Mr. Hupy is a geotechnical consultant with nearly 25 years of expertise in the Pacific Northwest preforming a wide range of roles. His work has included projects in the commercial and industrial sectors, rail bridge foundations, highway pavement design, landslides, and moderate to large sized residential projects. He has managed projects for TriMet, the Oregon Department of Transportation, Washington County, the City of Lake Oswego, the City of Hillsboro, and other metropolitan municipalities.
Mr. Rankin has over 20 years of geotechnical and environmental experience in the Pacific Northwest working for firms ranging in size from 3 to 50,000 employees. David's geotechnical experience includes due-diligence feasibility, design and construction for multi-story offices, warehouses, multi-family, homes, bridges/roads, pipelines, high voltage transmission/generation, wind power and dams/reservoirs. His geologic experience includes city/county/state planning for and site-specific assessment of natural hazards including landslides and coastal/stream erosion. His environmental experience includes due diligence development feasibility, characterization of soil/groundwater and building materials (incl. indoor air), remediation, regulatory "no further action", well head protection and regulatory compliance.
Mr. Rankin managed contracts with METRO, City of Portland (Water, Bureau of Environmental Services and Portland Bureau of Transportation) and Portland Development Commission. He is currently focused on private, industrial, commercial, agricultural and mixed use ownership and redevelopment on urban, suburban, industrial, agricultural and forest lands.
Ms. Carlson has worked in the geotechnical industry for nearly 20 years. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from Portland State University in 2000. Her work has included geotechnical and environmental site investigations, environments site assessment, geologic hazard evaluation, and Geotechnical Special Inspection. She plays an integral role in GCN's work, employing her extensive knowledge of both the technical and business aspects of our geotechnical practice. She plays a key role in project management and administrative services.