Joseph Hauber, P.E. is the Geotechnical Manager of Geotechnology’s East Region. Joseph’s vast experience has bred many responsibilities over the years. These roles have included supervision of staff, senior review of engineering and construction testing reports, mentoring staff, personnel decisions, business development, and coordination of work with other offices.
Joseph Hauber’s Background
Mr. Hauber has over 14 years of geotechnical engineering experience. His past engineering experience includes design, surveying, laboratory testing, and field construction testing. Presently, he manages and performs engineering and testing services including: geotechnical explorations; slope stability and settlement analyses; foundation analyses and design; analysis and design of gravity, cantilevered, and tied-back earth retention systems; and pavement designs. He also reviews and supervises engineering work performed by project engineers, prepares proposals for new projects, and is responsible for promoting and fostering client relationships.
Joseph holds a Master of Science degree in Geotechnical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the states of Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. His professional affiliations include American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers (KSPE), Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) . Mr. Hauber served as president of the Northern Kentucky Chapter of the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers (KSPE) in 2014/2015; and was awarded ENR Midwest’s 2017 Top Young Professionals.