Jason Bock, PE
Jason has over 20 years of experience as an engineer in Oregon and Washington and has worked on an array of projects involving seismic-hazard assessment and mitigation, deep foundations, excavations and shoring, large embankment fills and retaining walls, and field instrumentation and testing in the region. Jason is passionately involved in seismic research as well as sitting on the ASCE-7 seismic ground motions and soil structure interaction committees. His involvement in research and code committees aims to increase our understanding of seismic hazards while improving seismic design methodologies to benefit the communities safety.
Why Jason for the Interstate Bridge Replacement?
Jason is shaping the industry’s understanding of the interaction of seismic forces on soil and structures and brings a deep understanding of complex methodologies and equipment. He has a deep history of knowledge providing all phases of geotechnical and seismic engineering services including design, reporting, construction specifications, and contract administration for large buildings, deep utility excavations, roadways, bridges, deep foundations, retaining structures, and slope stability. Additionally, Jason is currently working with school districts throughout Washington on developing prioritization on funds for inidividual schools in need of seismic rehabilitation or rebuild work.
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- ASCE Standard - Foundations for Buildings and Other Structures Committee
- ASCE-7 Seismic Ground Motions Committee
- Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
- Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association
- Building Seismic Safety Council - Provisions Update Committee IT #1 and IT #3