Jared M. Green, PE, D.GE, F.ASCE
Jared Green is a professional geotechnical engineer with 20 years of experience ranging from initial subsurface investigations and schematic designs to construction phase oversight for complex projects throughout the New York Metropolitan Area, Upstate New York, New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware. He leads multidisciplinary projects that include geotechnical instrumentation monitoring; analysis, design and construction inspection of foundation systems and retaining structures; evaluation of earth and rock slope stability; and preparation of geotechnical engineering reports. He is highly skilled at developing creative design solutions for performing excavation alongside historic structures and sensitive below-grade transit tunnels.
Green is active within the Deep Foundations Institute, the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York and Pennsylvania, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Salvadori Center, the AIA Philadelphia Historic Preservation Committee and is the host of the Engineering Management Institute’s Geotechnical Podcast.
In 2019, Green was inducted into the Academy of Geo-Professionals as a Diplomate of Geotechnical Engineering. He is one of the youngest engineers in the world to receive this certification. He was also selected for New York On Tech’s 2019 Innovator & Disruptor Award in Engineering and named one of GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum’s 50 Under 40.