Brian K. Ingram, P.E.

Principal/Senior Geotechnical Engineer
16 Years Experience – 10 Years With Geo-Hydro
Experience Experienced in geotechnical services, fill installation monitoring, caissons, auger-cast piles, driven piles, and has some surveying experience.  Project involvement varies greatly from small commercial projects, military industrial and support facilities, education (K-12 and College and University), water and wastewater infrastructure projects, and transportation projects throughout Georgia.  Project responsibilities ranged from project scope and budget preparation, project management, site review, boring layout, soils classification, and geotechnical report preparation.  Present duties include project management and engineering evaluations for geotechnical design projects and construction materials testing projects.
Specialties Geotechnical Engineering, Deep Foundations, Settlement of Structures, Deep Foundation Installation Inspection, Bridge Foundation Investigations, Construction Materials Testing and Inspection, Geotechnical Materials Testing, Project Management
  • Professional Engineer – Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina
Education B.S. in Civil Engineering
Clemson University, 1997
Representative Relevant Past Projects Northeast Cherokee WWTP, Cherokee County, Georgia
Planned construction consisted of a new WWTF along the Etowah River with a maximum average monthly capacity of 2 millions gallons per day.  The facility included multiple structures including process basins, chemical storage, aeration, and other structures.
Bear Creek WPCP Expansion, Douglasville, Georgia
Plant improvements and modifications included numerous structures including a 3-million gallon clear well, new flocculator and settling basins, a chemical building including three new silos, and other ancillary structures.
  Paga Mine Water line, Emerson, Georgia
This project consists of several miles new water lines.  The proposed water line would be constructed as a jack and bore to cross under US Highway 41 and proceed north along the west side of Highway 41.  The subsurface investigation addressed the pump station crossing under US Highway 41 and an approximate 500-foot long section of the pipeline alignment at the base of an old landslide zone.
Other Typical Project Experience Water-Waste Water
Dawson Forest WRF Expansion
Etowah WWTP Expansion
Porterdale WWTF
Higher Education

North Metro Technical College
Health Education Building
Chattahoochee Technical College
New Classroom Building
University of Georgia
Reed Housing Phase II


L-63 Office Building – Lockheed Martin Plant
Building L-8 Mezzanine Addition,– Lockheed Martin Plant
Building L-11 RAIL Facility Mezzanine Addition – Lockheed Martin Plant