Jared Green Nominated to Geo-Institute Board of Governorsby: Nicole Veenstra
The Geo-Institute (G-I) Board of Governors nominated Jared Green, PE, D.GE, F.ASCE, Principal, to serve on the G-I Board starting in October of this year. The Board of Governors manages the business and affairs of the G-I, including all financial operations and management, committee guidance, policies and procedures, awards programs, strategic planning, organizational development, and more.
Based in Langan’s Philadelphia office, Green is a geotechnical engineer and practice leader with 20 years of experience working on complex projects across the United States. His expertise includes geotechnical monitoring, subsurface investigations, support of excavation design, pile foundations, construction administration and inspections, and foundation waterproofing.
Green is actively involved with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)—the parent organization of the G-I—and is currently serving on the Technical Coordination Council and the ASCE Annual Convention Sponsorship Committee. He also supports the Deep Foundations Institute (as a member of the Micropile Technical Committee), American Council of Engineering Companies, Salvadori Center, AIA Philadelphia Historic Preservation Committee, Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats, and Syracuse University’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Advisory Board. Green regularly speaks with industry experts about geotechnical engineering, professional development, and technical trends as the host of Engineering Management Institute’s The Geotechnical Engineering Podcast.
One of ASCE’s nine specialty institutes, the G-I serves over 13,000 geoprofessionals through more than 50 local chapters across the United States.