Tom M. Westover

Civil Engineer
Oregon, Washington

2007 - present
Associate Engineer
Cornforth Consultants

2007 MS Geotechnical Engineering
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, Minnesota

2005 BS Civil Engineering
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, Minnesota

Member, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)



Thomas M. Westover
Associate Engineer

Mr. Westover has 12 years of geotechnical engineering experience in the Pacific Northwest. His expertise includes design and testing of high-capacity ground anchors, soil-structure interactions, anchored shear pile design, geotechnical engineering for transportation applications, landslide evaluations, rockfall mitigation and design, 3D modeling and visualization, in-situ stress determination, construction sequencing on landslides, and constructability.

Representative projects include:

  • Sellwood Bridge Landslide Mitigation, Portland, Oregon
  • Washington Park Reservoir Replacement, Portland, Oregon
  • The Dalles Dam Spillwall, The Dalles, Oregon
  • Soda Springs Dam Fish Passage, Toketee Falls, Oregon
  • Hwy 20 Pioneer Mountain to Eddyville, Eddyville, Oregon
  • Iowa Street Viaduct Replacement, Portland, Oregon
  • Alaska Unstable Slopes Management Program, Statewide, Alaska
  • Going-to-the-Sun Road Rockfall Mitigation, Columbia Falls, Montana
  • Lemolo 2 Canal Distress, Toketee Falls, Oregon
  • Moran Junction to Dubois Landslide, Wyoming
  • South Santiam Highway Landslides, Sweet Home, Oregon
  • Dworshak Dam Instrumentation, Orofino, Idaho
  • Yale Powerhouse Rock Block Mitigation, Cougar, Washington
  • Lookout Point Dam Seismic Evaluation, Lowell, Oregon
  • Willamette Falls Flow Control Structure, West Linn, Oregon
  • Tanana River Bridge, Tok, Alaska
  • Swift Dam Powerhouse Debris Flow, Cougar, Washington
  • Oakridge Water System Improvements, Oakridge, Oregon
  • Faraday Fish Pipeline Investigation, Estacada, Oregon
  • Moorehaven Slide Shear Pile Design, La Center, Washington
  • Historic Columbia River Highway Trail, Cascade Locks, Oregon