Leroy joined ENGEO in 2004 and provides geotechnical engineering, serving public and private projects including infrastructure, public facilities, large residential developments, commercial developments, levees, educational facilities, airports, transit centers, and medical care facilities. He has extensive knowledge of San Francisco Bay soil conditions. Leroy specializes in engineering on sites with liquefiable, peaty, soft, compressible and expansive soils. His experience includes slope stability assessment and remedial grading design, compressible soil consolidation evaluation and remediation, liquefaction and seismic susceptibility analysis, and deep and shallow foundation design. Leroy is proficient with the latest geotechnical engineering practices and code applications.
“I always wanted to be an architect, but the 8 years of study was a little frightening when finishing high school. So, I turned to engineering as an easy out…! I work with great people to solve interesting challenges for clients and find new ways to deliver practical solutions. We embrace innovation, team collaboration, and a solution-oriented approach.”
Outside the office, you will find Leroy in the mountains of Santa Cruz shredding some brown powder on the bike and drinking some beers after a 15-mile ride with the boys. Or, hanging with his kids at some bounce house eating Costco pizza.