We are pleased to announce that Randy Daub, P.E., has been promoted to Associate of GTA.
Randy manages GTA’s Northeastern Ohio (Alliance) and Pittsburgh Metro (Beaver Falls) offices which focus on providing geotechnical engineering and construction observation and testing services for civil engineers, architects, owners and developers, public and private schools and universities, municipalities and counties, general contractors, and earthwork contractors.
During his 25+ years of practice, and past 2 years with GTA, Randy has earned a reputation for solving geotechnical problems and providing a high level of personal service to clients. Randy’s responsibilities as Associate include leading the offices and continuing to develop GTA as a strong regional presence. Randy is also responsible for overseeing subsurface explorations and developing geotechnical recommendations for a wide variety of public and private projects requiring shallow and deep foundations, stormwater management facilities, earthwork and excavation, flexible and rigid pavement, groundwater and drainage, retaining walls, and slope stability. Additionally, he is responsible for geotechnical observations and third-party observation and testing services during construction.
Randy is a licensed professional engineer in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. He received his MBA degree at Youngstown State University and his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University. He is a past president and current vice president for American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Youngstown Chapter and is a member of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Northeast Ohio Chapter, ASCE Akron-Canton and Youngstown Chapters, as well as American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) Cuyahoga Valley and Franklin, PA Sections.