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, PhD, PE Principal
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Glenn Boyce, PhD, PE
has more than 30 years of experience supervising tunnel and geotechnical engineering projects covering virtually every aspect of trenchless methods, tunnels, shafts, and geotechnical engineering, including exploration and assessment.
Serving as an engineer, lead engineer, project manager, or technical reviewer, he has been involved in preliminary and final design, alignment and layout, geometrics, laboratory testing, cost estimating and analysis, environmental studies, inspections, and assessments for a variety of trenchless and shaft projects.
project expertise includes facilities for water supply and wastewater tunnels and pipelines.
In 2009, the North American Society for Trenchless Technology
named him "Trenchless Person of the Year.
In addition to being an award-winning engineer, Dr. Boyce is active in many professional organizations, and is a teacher and author.
manages the Walnut Creek office, the location of the firm's soil and rock testing laboratory.
actively participates in the firm's trenchless engineering practice, which includes major projects such as the Sunnydale Auxiliary Sewer Tunnel
for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
(SFPUC); Middle River Intake & Pump Station for the Contra Costa Water District; and the Government Cut Utility Replacement Project for Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department.
He also was the project manager on the final design of the West Side portion of the Willamette River Combined Sewer Overflows.
He is currently serving as lead tunnel engineer on the SFPUC's New Irvington Tunnelproject in Alameda County, California.
He also serves as the project manager and peer reviewer for the Port of Miami Tunnel project.
Dr. Boyce is a professional civil engineer in several states.
He holds a PhD in Geological Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and an MS degree in Geotechnical Engineering and a BS degree in Civil Engineering from Drexel University.
Glenn Boyce, PhD, PE