White has additional expertise in embankment stability, filters, grouting, cutoff walls, and dam safety/risk analyses. He has successfully completed projects for the Tennessee Valley Authority, United States Army Corps of Engineers, and various other power producers.
Based in the Olympia, Washington, office, White will continue to expand the dams, levees, and civil works practice in Washington and the Pacific Northwest.
“We are excited for Patrick to join our Washington water resource program,” said Beth Rood, Water Resource Management Lead for the Pacific Northwest. “He brings extensive experience in the dams, levees, and civil works business, and his dedication to client service will be a great asset to growing the program.”
White has volunteered with the American Society of Civil Engineers for local science, technology, engineering, and math events. He served as a guest lecturer on construction and soil mechanics for the geology and engineering technology programs at East Tennessee State University. He is a Professional Engineer and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Tennessee in civil engineering with a concentration on geotechnical engineering and construction materials.