I graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and I am licensed in multiple states. I began my career analyzing lidar survey data and assisting in conducting aerial surveys. I then transitioned to the public sector and worked in pavement design and geotechnical recommendations.
I have led subsurface investigations and pavement rehabilitation studies for recommendations on various pavement failure types. My pavement design experience includes historic preservation and restoration in asphaltic, concrete, and masonry materials. I also make recommendations on various soil stabilization techniques such as: undercutting, underdrains, geotextile fabric, geo-grid, full depth reclamation, lime stabilization, and soil-cement stabilization.
I continued my career in Environmental Planning and Compliance; writing environmental documents ensuring that all construction projects adhered to the latest environmental laws and regulations. I transitioned to a public water utility where I became the resident Transportation Engineer Specialist. I designed and managing all transportation related projects within the organization. While at the water utility, I continued to broaden my experience by undertaking water infrastructure improvement related projects. These projects included dam stability rehabilitation projects, a sediment removal dredging project, and various pipeline realignment projects. While undertaking new opportunities, I continued to build on my experience in Transportation and Environmental Engineering. I began developing and instructing continuing education courses and professional license review courses.