GEOSTRATA, 2015, May/June, 64-67
Michael A. Knight, PG, was named a vice president of Gannett Fleming. Based in the firm’s corporate headquarters in Harrisburg, PA, Knight will serve as chief geologist and vice president of the firm’s Quantum Geophysics Division.
With more than 28 years of experience, Knight serves a diverse group of clients who require solutions to their most challenging geologic, hydrogeologic, and geotechnical matters. He is a trusted advisor on projects involving the evaluation and assessment of earth resources and materials. He has expertise in karst conditions; the evaluation and remediation of dam foundations; natural resource development; mine land reclamation; mine subsidence evaluation; contaminant remediation; groundwater resource assessment and development source water protection; and groundwater modeling and visualization.
Christopher S. Bailey, PE, was named a vice president of Gannett Fleming and manager of the firm’s Geotechnical Section. Based in the Harrisburg, PA, office, Bailey also serves as supervisor of the company’s geotechnical testing laboratory.
In his new role, Bailey manages and provides technical review of geotechnical activities involving subsurface investigations; foundation recommendations for rail, bridge, highway, and building projects; dam and earth structure designs; ground modification techniques; groundwater studies; and hazardous waste investigations. As supervisor of Gannett Fleming’s geotechnical testing laboratory, Bailey monitors laboratory operations, supervises testing activities, and provides consultation for interpreting laboratory results