Steven E. Strickler, PE, GE graduated from California State University, Long Beach, in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. In 1990 he finished his studies by completing his Continuing Engineering Education. With over 29 years of experience in the fields of geotechnical and soil engineering, including 16 years as a principal, Strickler’s background provides extensive knowledge in the specialties of Forensics, Materials, Slope Stability and Repair, Land Planning and Overall Site Assessments, and General Earthwork Observations and Testing.
In the last 29 years, he has honed his comprehensive knowledge in diverse landscapes such as Southern and Northern California, Texas, Nevada, Arizona, and Mexico. Such varied geological regions have helped diversify his expertise in grading and construction, earth and groundwater exploration, soils science, environment assessment, remote sensing and any additional monitoring required to begin or complete a project. He uses this experience to assist projects that involve foundations, ground and slope stabilization and remediation, geofabrics, mechanically stabilized earth, geogrids, composite drainage, moisture or vapor, control, compaction grouting, post-tension, and other specialty foundations.
Skilled in forensic earth science, Steven E. Strickler can provide expert witness services in behalf of homeowners, developers, environmentalists, and corporations. He is registered in California as a civil engineer, as well as a geotechnical engineer. Additional registrations include a Nuclear Density Gauge Operator Certificate and Registered Environmental Assessor (REA). Strickler is affiliated with the American Society of Civil Engineers and USA Cycling.