Meet Greg Shearer, PE, CISEC! Greg is a Project Engineer in R&M’s Construction Administration Department and has been with the firm for eight years. He has nine years of experience serving as project engineer, office engineer, paving inspector, grade inspector and SWPPP inspector on airport, roadway, bridge and marine construction projects for DOT&PF and other public clients Greg is currently working on Phase I of the Seward Marine Industrial Center Improvements, where he is providing onsite inspections and materials testing for the upgrades to the harbor facilities. He is also currently assisting with the construction administration of the Chignik Public Dock Project for DOT&PF. He is responsible for ensuring materials and work incorporated into the facility…
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