Value-Added Solutions, Firm Strength and Community Leadership. At Geotechnology, we strive everyday to achieve our Vision and Mission statements.
Improving our Services to Our Clients –
Master Special Inspectors
Mr. Tim Gorline, a Geologist in the St. Louis construction materials testing (CMT) group, has achieved International Code Council (ICC) designation as Master Special Inspector. Tim is one of only two Master Special Inspectors in the State of Missouri, the other being in the Kansas City area. Of the 16 Master Special Inspectors in the State of Illinois, only Gorline and one other reside in the St. Louis metro area.
Tim is now certified by ICC to perform inspections in reinforced concrete, soils, fireproofing, structural steel and welding, structural steel and bolting, and reinforced masonry. Tim also holds other certifications including the following: Level I Technician, American Concrete Institute (ACI); Level II Technician, Post-Tensioning Institute; Level II Soils, Level II Asphalt and Level III Concrete Technician from National Institute of Civil Engineering Technicians (NICET); and Soil and Concrete Technician from Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).
Mr. Joseph Moore, an Engineer in Training in the Lexington, Kentucky CMT group, has achieved the International Code Council designation as Master of Special Inspections. Moore is one of only five professionals with the MSI certification in Lexington and one of nine in Kentucky.
Joe is now certified by ICC to perform inspections in reinforced concrete, structural masonry, structural steel and bolting, and structural welding. In addition, Joe also holds certifications for ACI Concrete Field Testing Level I and is an AWS Certified Welding Inspector.
Confidence in the Firm you Hire –
Top 500 Design Firm Ranking
Engineering News-Record (ENR), the highly regarded construction industry publication, has ranked Geotechnology, Inc., #391 of the nation’s Top 500 Design Firms for 2017.
ENR ranked firms by revenue for design services performed in 2016. The list includes firms that categorize themselves as architect, engineer, engineer-contractor, engineer-architect, environmental, geotechnical engineer, landscape architect and planner.
Leadership in Professional Organizations
ACEC Missouri announced on June 29th that Geotechnology, Inc.’s President and CEO, Ed Alizadeh, P.E., will be the chapter’s National Director. The National Director represents the State Member Organization (ACEC Missouri) at national ACEC meetings and has traditionally been filled by the past president of ACEC Missouri.