Tadesse joined GRI as a staff engineer in April 2013 following the completion of his doctoral studies in geotechnical engineering at Oregon State University. For his PhD research, Tadesse developed baseline guidance for engineering design of pipe ramming installations based on observations of actual production installations and a full-scale field experiment. At GRI, he works under the close direction of a senior engineer and is responsible for completing subsurface explorations, providing construction observation services, conducting laboratory testing of soil and rock, and performing engineering analyses for a variety of projects involving geotechnical, foundation, and seismic design.
PhD Civil Engineering (Geotechnical Specialty), Oregon State University
MS Water Resources Engineering, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)
BSc Civil Engineering, Arba Minch University, Ethiopia
Professional Engineer: Washington