We take our inspiration and our colors from the NASA “Blue Marble”. As a company and as individuals, we believe we have a responsibility to take care of our planet.
Finding ways for the world's heavy civil infrastructure to last longer is one way that we can decrease humanity's impact on the environment. As populations move and grow, energy sources evolve, and shifting weather patterns bring new demands, emerging technology is critical to enabling our infrastructure to serve us economically, resiliently, and sustainably.
Rakesh, a licensed civil engineer, has an extensive background in geotechnical evaluation, construction materials, special inspections, nondestructive testing, and structural health monitoring. Khan is a member of the 3D printing with cementitious materials, structural health monitoring, service life prediction, and nondestructive testing committees of the American Concrete Institute as well as a past member of the testing and evaluation committee of the Deep Foundations Institute and the technical committee of the North American Matting Association. He has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from James Madison University.
Ladson, a licensed structural engineer, has a demonstrated history of engineering leadership serving the governmental, building, infrastructure, and communications industries. From his extensive experience in planning, analysis, design, construction, and operations of many types of infrastructure, he strongly believes that the time is right to bring innovative technology to the operations of civil infrastructure for lowering costs and extending lifespans of our aging infrastructure. Ladson earned a B.S. in Physics from Davidson College and a Master of Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University.