Rouse is GeoStabilization’s Frontline Deputy Director. With over 10 years of construction and slope stabilization experience, Rouse brings a can-do attitude to the teams and projects he leads. After first joining GeoStabilization as a laborer, Rouse was quickly promoted to Supervisor and then General Supervisor due to his leadership skills and unrelenting work ethic. Rouse has collaborated on many large- and small-scale projects during his tenure. His expertise includes soil nail landslide stabilization, micropile walls, tieback stabilization, and GeoSynthetically Confined Soil (GCS®) walls. Rouse calls Vancouver, Washington home and enjoys riding motorcycles and fishing during his off time.
GeoStabilization was tasked with providing an alternate design/build strategy that required a rockfall protection barrier system at the base of the steep slope, the construction of a 30,750 ft2 soil nail wall, and installation of 4,200 ft2 of Geobrugg TECCO mesh.