PE, D.GE, M.ASCE
Jon Bennett has been involved in the design and management of specialty geotechnical construction projects since 1994 throughout the Mid Atlantic United States. He specializes in the design and analysis of deep foundations, ground anchors and anchored structures primarily focusing on tieback walls, soil nailing, micropiles, drilled shafts, augercast piles, foundation underpinning, tiedowns and grouting for structural support. He received his BS and MS degrees in Civil Engineering from West Virginia Institute of Technology (1991 and 1996), with a specialization in Structures and Soil Mechanics, and has completed a Master of Engineering and Technology Management degree from George Washington University (2003). He is a registered Professional Engineer, an active member of ADSC, ASCE and DFI, and sits on several industry technical committees including the ADSC/DFI Micropile Committee (Immediate Past Co‐ Chairman), DFI Tiebacks and Soil Nailing Committee (Past Chairman), and the ASCE Geo‐Institute Earth Retention Systems Committee. Jon has been a D.GE since 2009.