Craig Hall, P.E., G.E.Geotechnical Engineer
Craig Hall is a California registered Civil and Geotechnical Engineer with 28 years of experience with geotechnical and environmental engineering, project management and construction observation services on both traditional design/bid/build and design and build projects. Over the course of his career, Craig has worked with public works agencies, water and flood control agencies, port authorities, transportation agencies, airports, private developers, attorneys, public and private solid waste clients and international mining clients. His experience includes levee studies, design and construction services, dam embankment evaluation, design and mitigation/repair, dam removal, port facilities, landslide remediation, low-and high-rise commercial, industrial, educational and residential development, landfills, mine rehabilitation, bridge and roadway design, roadway reconstruction and steam restoration. Craig has conducted geotechnical field investigations with a variety of drilling and soil sampling methods, cone penetration testing, geophysics, in-situ soil/rock testing and laboratory tests. His technical expertise includes static and seismic slope stability analyses, seepage, settlement in soft compressible soils, shallow and deep foundation analyses.
- Licensed Professional Engineer