Jeffrey S. Morris, PE

Geotechnical Engineering Manager


Although Jeff Morris was first attracted to the study of geology because of his interests in fossils – particularly hominid fossil finds relating to human evolution beginnings – he soon realized other reasons for loving the field of geology, the stability of civil engineering structures are considerably increased if geological features like faults, joints, bedding planes, and folding solution channels in the rock beds are properly located and suitably treated.

Having worked on numerous challenging geotechnical projects in many parts of the United States and subsequently spending four years in Eastern Europe, Jeff is greatly appreciative of his experience and knowledge of the character of natural deposits to help him provide geotechnical solutions to many civil engineering projects. Jeff has degrees in both Geology and Civil Engineering and currently is the Geotechnical Engineering Manager in Richmond, Virginia.