Specialty Geotechnical Contractor DBM was excavating a drilled shaft for the I-5 interchange in Ridgefield, Washington when they dug up something unusual at a depth of 30-ft. At first the WSDOT inspector thought it looked like wood, but then called in a WSDOT archaeologist who took the fragments to University of Washington’s Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. The tusk is believed to belong to a Columbian Mammoth and date to approximately 13,000 to 15,000 years ago. Story and image from The Columbian.
Hayward Baker Names John Rubright President, Makes Other Senior Staff Appointments
Mar 10, 2011 – Odenton, Md. – John P. Rubright has been named president of Hayward Baker. He succeeds George R. Grisham as the fifth president of the company.
Rubright has been with Hayward Baker for 25 years. A civil engineer, he is highly experienced in geotechnical construction applications and has managed projects employing many of Hayward Baker’s technologies. Prior to being named president, he served for ten years as vice president and then senior vice president of the company’s Southern Region, where he directed financial, manpower and equipment resources along with being responsible for the design, management and installation of specialty construction projects in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama and the Caribbean countries.
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Keller and Hayward Baker announce acquisition of Moretrench
Acquisition of geotechnical contractor Moretrench further strengthens the company’s product range, geographic footprint, and sector diversity. Hanover, Md., April 19, 2018 – Keller and Hayward Baker have acquired Moretrench, a contractor operating predominantly along the east […]