Key Personnel

Imran Magsi, PE, GE

President/Principal Geotechnical Engineer

  • M.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1989
  • B.S. in Civil Engineering, NED University of Engineering & Technology, 1987
  • Registered Professional Engineer: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Texas, and Alaska
  • Registered as a Geotechnical Engineer (Specialty) -State of Oregon

Over 23 years of experience in the consulting engineering industry performing geotechnical and materials engineering and testing for both public and private sector clients.  Successfully completed over 3000 projects in the areas of geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, and construction materials testing and special inspections.


 

Karl Harmon, PE, PG, LEG

Regional Manager/Geotechnical Engineer

  • B.S. in Geology with Emphasis in Engineering Geology, San Jose State University, 1988
  • Registered Professional Engineer: Washington, Idaho, California, Arizona, Montana,
  • Nevada, Oregon, Colorado
  • Professional Geologist: Washington, Idaho, California, Arizona
  • Engineering Geologist: Washington, California
  • Certified Erosion & Sediment Control Lead –Washington 

With over 23 years of experience, Mr. Harmon is responsible for direct oversight of geotechnical, environmental, and geology projects. Mr. Harmon has extensive multi-disciplinary experience in all phases of geotechnical engineering, environmental site assessments, and engineering geology ranging from initial site investigation to inspection and testing of soils and materials during construction. Mr. Harmon has experience investigating and analyzing a variety of geologic hazards, including slope stability, rock falls, liquefaction evaluation, fault rupture, hydro consolidation and expansive soils. His project experience includes work on industrial, commercial and residential developments as well as public works, hospital, and school projects.


 

Guy Vincent

Testing Program Manager

  • Seattle Central Community College
  • American Concrete Institute (ACI) Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade I
  • Radiation Safety and Use of Nuclear Gauge

As a Testing Program Manager with more than 26 years of experience in performing building inspections and materials testing, Mr. Vincent oversees quality control program, organizational, scheduling and marketing aspects of materials testing projects. Mr. Vincent is highly skilled in review of architectural and structural plans and specifications, with a thorough understanding of the building codes and testing standards and has worked with various municipal, governmental, and private sector entities.


 

Wiley Yeakey, CET

Testing Lab Supervisor/Lead Special Inspector

  • Associate of Science, Engineering Technology, Columbia Basin Community College, Pasco, WA
  • American Concrete Institute (ACI) Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade I
  • American Concrete Institute (ACI) Concrete Strength Testing Technician
  • ICC Certified Special Inspector Reinforced Concrete
  • ICC Certified Special Inspector Structural Masonry
  • NICET Level II Certified in Soils, Concrete and Asphalt
  • Nuclear Gauge Safety Training

More than 25 years of experience in laboratory and field testing of construction material for schools, airports, air bases, streets, dams, tunnels, etc.  Works with various municipal, governmental, commercial, and private sector entities.  As a senior testing lab supervisor, Mr. Yeakey trains, oversees, and directs the materials testing staff and provides clients with one-on-one explanations of the test results. He evaluates test data for quality and accuracy and is responsible for maintaining calibration and operation of all testing equipment. Performs special inspections including wood framing, nailing and hold-downs inspections, structural steel inspections, epoxy anchor inspections.


 

M. Yousuf Memon, EIT

Staff Engineer

  • B.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Texas, Tyler, TX, 2010-2013
  • Engineer-In-Training, State: Texas, EIT: 49147
  • Portable Nuclear Gauge Certification. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Mr. Memon has work experience in geotechnical, environmental and materials testing while completing course work towards engineering degree at The University of Texas at Tyler. His responsibilities include the preparation of geotechnical engineering and environmental reports outlining site reconnaissance, field exploration, laboratory testing, seismic monitoring, and CAD drafting. His project experience includes work on industrial, commercial and residential developments as well as public works, hospitals, and school projects. Mr. Memon is familiar with typical construction and materials testing specifications (ASTM, AASHTO, ICC, etc.).

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