Ben A. George

Oregon, Washington, Montana, Alaska

Oregon, Wyoming

2010 - present
Associate Engineer
Cornforth Consultants

2008 – 2010
Project Geological Engineer
URS Corp

2004 - 2007
Staff Engineer
Cornforth Consultants

2004 MS Geological Engineering
Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado

2002 BS Geology and Geological Engineering
Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado

2002 Brunton Award in Geology from the Colorado School of Mines

Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT), Level I Rope Access Technician

Member, Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists



Benjamin A. George
Associate Engineer

Mr. George has 15 years of experience as a geotechnical engineer and engineering geologist. Rock slope stabilization and cut design is an area of expertise, with experience in investigating, designing and observing installation of rockfall and rock slide mitigation measures.  He is the senior lead of the CCI rope access team with extensive experience conducting on-slope work efforts related to reconnaissance, investigation and observation of rock slope stability projects. He has worked on the investigation and design of earth and rockfill dams, numerous transportation projects and assisted regional utility companies with protection and maintenance of geotechnically related aspects of their generating facilities. He has experience with the site investigations including geologic mapping, design and implementation of subsurface investigations related to the evaluation, investigation, and mitigation of landslides and installation of geotechnical instrumentation.

He has served as an engineer or geologist on the following representative projects: