Soil Engineering construction

George Drew



B.S. Civil Engineer, University of Connecticut - Storrs, Connecticut

Continuing education course work has included geotechnical engineering, seismic design, drainage system improvement, slurry wall construction, shoring and underpinning, building evaluation, construction law, foundation inspection, structural code interpretation, trench less technology, contaminated soil remediation, and erosion control.

Professional Registration and License

California Registered Professional Engineer - RCE 20681
Hawaii Registered Professional Engineer  

Contractors License

California General Engineering Contractor - A 268082 


Deep Foundation Institute (DFI)
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
International Erosion Control Association (IECA)
American Society of Professional Engineers (AAPE)
California Geotechnical Association

Experience and Background

Mr. Drew was an Area Manager for Soil Engineering Construction, Inc. His responsibilities included; Marketing, Estimating, Engineering, and Construction Management of the full range of services provided by the firm. Prior to joining Soil Engineering in 1980, Mr. Drew was employed as a project manager for V.S. L. Corporation specializing in heavy lifting and post tension. He also worked as a field engineer for both the Sacramento Municipal Utility District and EBASCO Services. Mr. Drew served as an officer in the Navy's Civil Engineer Corps. His experience has been primarily in the geotechnical construction field. He has been personally and professionally responsible for nearly all types of engineering design and construction projects and has qualified as a expert witness in construction systems, procedures and costs for a number of cases involving slope stabilization, foundation underpinning and drainage/erosion control.