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  2016 - 2017

  Dale Andrews

  AEG President



Dale Andrews earned his Master’s Degree in Engineering Geology from Kent State, Ohio and is a registered Geologist in the state of Pennsylvania.  Dale began his technical career as a geotechnical consultant and project manager within the transportation group of Gannett Fleming, a dynamic infrastructure solution and construction management service focused firm.  After nearly a decade with Gannett Fleming, Dale accepted an offer to work for Carmeuse Lime & Stone.  Carmeuse is a global leader in the production of lime and limestone, producing up to 7 million tons of lime, 12 million tons of high quality chemical grade limestone, and 15 million tons of quality aggregates per year in North America alone.  Dale is currently Carmeuse’s lead technical advisor and R&D manager for all of their construction and stabilization/solidification opportunities as well as their entire milled products portfolio.  Collectively, Dale has nearly twenty years of experience in chemical stabilization of soil, solidification of waste, construction aggregate and filler applications, dredged material remediation, slope instability mitigation, foundation design, erosion control, landfill management and construction testing.

Within AEG, Dale has served many roles.  He joined AEG as a graduate student thanks to the encouragement of Dr. Abdul Shakoor (an AEG Honorary Member).  After a few years into his professional career, Dale was elected onto his local Section’s council, ultimately serving two years as the chair of the Allegheny-Ohio Section (now the Greater Pittsburgh Chapter).  At the Association level, Dale chaired the Governance Committee for several years and was also a strong contributor to the recent governance restructure process that AEG has undergone.  While serving on the Executive Committee, he also co-chaired (along with Paul Hale) the 2015 Annual Meeting held in Pittsburgh.   

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