September 2013


Rudolph Frizzi’s geotechnical engineering and project management experience is extensive, with particular emphasis on: foundations for high-rise structures and stadia/arenas in urban areas, and large-scale land and waterfront development on projects throughout the United States and internationally. During his over 27 years in the industry, he has interacted on projects located in practically every continent world-wide, and has performed geotechnical investigations and designs, prepared plans and technical specifications, and observed field testing and construction as “engineer of record” on countless projects.

He attended Ohio State University for his undergraduate degree in civil engineering and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for his master’s degree in civil engineering. He has his PE license in 11 states and also holds a California GE license. He earned his D.GE in 2009.

Mr. Frizzi has prepared and presented over 50 technical presentations at universities, conferences, and seminars throughout the United States and internationally on a variety of geotechnical issues, including land development engineering, foundation design, and construction.

Professionally, Mr. Frizzi is affiliated with DFI (Past-President), ACI (Committee Chairman), ISSMGE, TRB, ADSC/IAFD, NBCA and ASCE.