When Jordan learned about our commitment to resiliency through our work on the Hurricane Katrina and Kingston recovery projects, he knew this was where he wanted to apply his skills. Now, he is a geotechnical engineer specializing in foundation engineering, earth dam inspections and assessments, material parameter development, and data analysis and reporting, to help create more resilient infrastructure.
One skill he learned while in college, and is excited to expand on, is applying unmanned aerial systems and photogrammetry to remotely assess and evaluate landslides in near real-time. Today, as a licensed remote vehicle pilot and International Building Code soils special inspector, he applies his research background to help clients determine if excavation, foundation, and soil properties are adequate to support a planned structure.
Away from work, he enjoys hiking, camping, unmanned aerial system photography and videography, and coaching basketball for the Special Olympics.