Tim Wilson, promoted to Field Safety Specialist

April 20th, 2016

Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, geophysics, water resource management, materials testing and drilling services, has announced that Tim Wilson has been promoted to Field Safety Specialist working in the Geotechnology Corporate Group.

A registered geologist, Wilson has been a member of the Geotechnology team for more than 15 years. He most recently served as a Senior Geologist in the Geophysics Group in St. Louis where he led geophysical investigations for the past eight years.

As Field Safety Specialist, Wilson’s primary responsibilities include conducting field safety observations and providing safety resources to Geotechnology staff on project sites throughout the United States. He will be based in the St. Louis office.

“Tim’s diverse and hands-on experience in several of Geotechnology’s operational groups will be an asset to identifying and controlling the hazards that our field staff face on a daily basis,” said Geotechnology Corporate Risk Manager Joe Darmody. “I am looking forward to working with Tim to improve the safety of our field operations company-wide.”

Wilson is a graduate of Arkansas Tech University, where he received a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Geology/Earth Science.

Geotechnology Promotes Anna Saindon

July 9th, 2013

June, 2013 – St. Louis, MO

Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, materials testing, geophysics, water resource management, and drilling services, announced today that Anna Saindon, P.E., Ph.D., RG, has been promoted to Project Manager in the firm’s Environmental Group.

A Professional Engineer and Registered Geologist in the State of Missouri, Ms. Saindon joined Geotechnology in 2009 and has served as a Senior Engineer on both environmental and geotechnical projects.  Most notably, Ms. Saindon has been the technical lead on the firm’s major ash pond closure projects, including Hutsonville and Duck Creek.

Her expertise in this area has led to several opportunities for her to present on ash pond closures at technical conferences, including those of the Electric Utility Consultants in Atlanta this past March, and the Missouri Waste Coalition Conference in July.

Ms. Saindon serves as the editor of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists’ (AEG) national publication AEG News.  She also recently graduated from the ASFE’s (Geoprofessional Business Association) Fundamentals of Professional Practice program.

She earned her Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Geological Engineering from the former University of Missouri-Rolla, now Missouri University of Science & Technology.