620 Washington Avenue, Laurel, MT 59044, 406-628-6789, joe@joedebar.com                                     JOE B. DEBAR


 

POSITION

 

Civil Engineer, Materials Engineer, Materials Lab Manager, Project Manager

 

EDUCATION

 

course work for M.S. Environmental Engineering, Presidential Scholar, 1994, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.

B.S. Civil Engineering Math Minor, Presidential Scholar, Univ. Honors, Honor's Prog. Distinction, 1992, MSU-Bozeman, MT .

B.S. Secondary Education Math Major, Science Minor, Cum Laude, 1998, Montana State University, Billings, MT.

 

CERTIFICATIONS

 

ENGINEERING:                                                                 COMPUTER:                                                    TEACHING:

Montana Licensed Professional Engineer.                    CompTIA A+ Core Hardware & OS.              Previous teacher certification

Wyoming DOT: Aggregate, Asphalt, Concrete.           CompTIA Network+.                                        in Montana, Wyoming and Nevada.

North Dakota DOT: Aggregate, Asphalt lab & field    Microsoft Office Specialist.

WAQTC/MT DOT: Aggregate, Embankment, Concrete & Asphalt

ACI concrete.  NRMCA Plant & Fleet Inspector.         

Radiation Safety Officer, Nuclear gauge operator.

Previously OSHA HazMat and CPR/First Aid.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

current  Civil Materials Engineer                                                               SK Geotechnical Corp, Billings, MT

2012     Materials lab manager and project manager.  From geotechnical materials to construction materials, work with civil design firms for their materials design, QC/QA inspection and testing.  Consultant to engineers, contractors, owners and land developers in liaison with Federal and state Dept. of Transportations, Federal Aviation Administration, and municipalities. Designs adhering AASHTO, ASTM, ACI, FAA, DOT, public works.  Roadway, runway, subgrade, foundation and geotechnical materials design and testing.  Testing, inspection and engineering investigation of airports, highways, large and small commercial, new and established.

 

2012     Civil Engineer                                                                              Boesh Engineering, Laurel, MT

1998     Work with civil design firms for their project materials design, QC/QA inspection and testing.  Consultant to engineers, contractors, owners and land developers in liaison with Federal and state Dept. of Transportations, Federal Aviation Administration, and municipalities. Designs adhering AASHTO, ASTM, ACI, FAA, DOT, public works.  Roadway, runway, subgrade, foundation and geotechnical materials design and testing.  Testing, inspection and engineering investigation of airports, highways, commercial, residential, new and established.

 

1998     Environmental Engineer/Project Manager                                  Braun Intertec Corporation, Billings, MT

1994     Phase I/II site assessments, Remedial investigations, Corrective action, Remediation system design, UST and Haz Waste, EPA/DEQ regulatory liaison.  Prepare proposals, subcontracts, Phase I/II, RI, and CA reports and recommendations.  Supervise and assist drilling of soil borings and monitoring wells, Retain and supervise subcontractors. Environmental field investigation procedures. 

 

2005     Cisco Academy and A+ Instructor, Technology Coordinator     Carson High School, Carson City, NV

2002     High school computer science teacher within multi-million dollar CHS/WNCC High Tech Center.  High-level technology, project oriented, cross-curricular, real-world experiences.  Cisco Network Academy Program leading to certifications and college credit in computer network design, administration, operating systems, and security. 

 

2002     Mathematics & Computer Science Teacher,

1998     District Technology Coordinator,

            Network Systems Administrator                                                   Washakie Co. Sch. Dist. #2, Ten Sleep, WY

High school math and computer teacher.  Student-centered, constructivist, varied instruction, project-oriented, standards-based. Self-designed curriculum, onsite & online collaboration & lesson planning.  Integrated, applied, conceptual change model, offering multiple opportunities for student success.

 

2002     Computer Instructor                                                                      Northwest College, Powell, WY

1999     While a math/computer teacher, I also instructed off-campus college computer classes for the community.

 

1994     Graduate Research Assistant                                                         MSU Center for Biofilm Engineering

1992     Modeling of groundwater and contaminant flow and bioprocesses in porous media; in-situ bioremediation. Contributing author, Battelle Conference paper.

 

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