Ed Garbin, Ph.D., P.E.
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Presently I am not scheduled to teach any courses. Please feel free to contact me to request a guest lecture.
Presently at Hayward Baker I serve as the Chief Engineer of the Southern Region (southeastern US, the Caribbean and Central America). My responsibilities include geotechnical design of ground improvement and earth retention systems with particular emphasis on soft soil remediation, research and development for existing and new technologies, design and implementation of QC programs, instrumentation and load testing, and assisting with marketing and business development.
- Ph.D., University of South Florida, 2003
- M.S.C.E., University of South Florida, 1999
- B.S.C.E., University of South Florida, 1998
- A.S., Camden County College, 1995
- Geotechnical Engineering I - CEG 4011
- Geotechnical Engineering II - CEG 4012
- Concepts of Concrete Design - CES 4702
- Mechanics of Materials - EGN 3331
- Mechanics of Materials Lab - EGN 3331L
- TRD Method of Cutoff Wall Construction
- Advanced Ground Improvement Techniques
- Load Testing/Instrumentation Procedures
- Non-destructive Testing
- Rapid Load Testing
- Large-scale Testing w/ Remote Data Acquisition
- High Capacity Micropile Design/Construction
- Liquefaction Mitigation by Ground Improvement
- Drilled Shaft Design in Florida Limestone
- Geotechnical Design and Construction in Karst Geology