Todd is experienced in designing and managing both public and private projects in challenging geotechnical environments including rail subways, civil infrastructure, multi-use urban infill projects, high-rise buildings, excavation and shoring, master-planned communities, hillside grading, and shoreline re-development projects. His technical work on various projects includes planning and managing geotechnical explorations, 2D and 3D finite-element modeling, liquefaction analysis, ground improvement design and construction monitoring, consolidation settlement analysis and surcharge design, site-specific seismic hazard analysis, seismic shoreline stability, foundation design, temporary shoring design, and static and seismic slope stability analysis. In addition to his technical work, Todd brings value-engineering-minded thinking and practical and constructible solutions to every project.
“I love that at ENGEO, finding practical solutions to highly technical challenges while providing superb client experience is where the story begins. But what we do beyond that by truly finding joy in serving for the success of each other and our clients is what makes this such a remarkable place to be. I’m thrilled to be a part of a group of people with such solid ethos.”
When he is not practicing in the mysteries of soil, he can be found instilling his own joy for woodworking and building, rock climbing, mountain biking, and skiing with his highly energetic daughter.