Oakland, California—Kleinfelder announced today that Glen Gorski, PE, LG, was named a Life Member of ASCE at a ceremony on March 4, 2017 hosted by the Los Angeles chapter of ASCE.
Glen joins the ranks of other ASCE Life Members at Kleinfelder, including Charles Sacre (Cambridge, MA), Richard Wells (Greensboro, NC), Art Spruch (Cambridge, MA), Bart Patton (Irvine, CA), Ron Heinzen (Stockton, CA), Ray Ferrara (Princeton, NJ), and Mark Thompson (Cambridge, MA).
"I have always valued my membership in ASCE as a significant part of my professional career," says Glen. "They have provided me with a strong nationwide network of associates and friends that are all working to improve our constructed world. Upon attaining Life Member status, I am reminded of all the projects that I personally contributed to and all the people that helped make me a better engineer and builder."
Glen graduated from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, IN with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 1974. He later received a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science in 1975 and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering in 1977, both also from Notre Dame. His professional expertise is in Specialty Ground Improvement.
Glen joined ASCE in 1974 and participated in the North Central/Indiana Branch. He continued his affiliation with ASCE when he moved to southern California in 1997 by joining the Santa Barbara/Ventura Chapter of the Los Angeles Section. He has also been active in the San Francisco Section while working in the Bay Area and was recognized for Outstanding Geotechnical Project by ASCE Region 9 for the San Pablo Dam Remediation project in 2009.
Glen has had the opportunity to provide construction management work on numerous significant dam remediation and dam replacement projects, including the San Pablo Dam (El Sobrante, CA), the Snoqualmie Falls Hydro Power restoration project (Snoqualmie, WA), and the Calaveras Dam Replacement project (Fremont, CA). Glen also served as the project manager for the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study of the Peak Oil/Bay Drum Superfund Site in Tampa, FL.
Glen joined Kleinfelder in 2008 and primarily works in the field on large-scale construction management projects.
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