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Pete Maltese: Geo-Solutions Vice President of Field Operations
Pete Maltese, Vice President, Pittsburgh
Peter Maltese - Mr. Maltese holds a degree in Civil Engineering and has over 21 years of experience in the environmental construction industry. Pete is a shareholder of Geo-Solutions working out of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania office. He has held various positions that helped him advance his career to Vice President. His current responsibilities include marketing, estimating, supervising and managing projects for the company including all types of slurry walls, soil mixing, grouting, and related geotechnical specialty techniques.
Pete started his career out of college as a Field Engineer. He became a Construction Superintendent where he completed many projects involving all types of slurry walls (i.e. cement bentonite, soil bentonite, plastic concrete, vertical synthetic barriers, reactive barriers, etc.), bio polymer slurry trenches, RCRA caps, sludge and sediment stabilization, soil mixing, pipe grouting, etc. He has also held positions that include Resource Manager, Construction Manager and Project Manager. His experience includes coordination with various local, state and federal agencies necessary during project completions. Mr. Maltese has an excellent reputation with our clients consistently providing comprehensive project management.
At the Forefront
Pete has actively participated in the installation of some of the largest slurry wall projects completed in the United States. He has been responsible for the successful installation of over 4 million square feet of various types of slurry walls. He was also responsible for the construction of a permanent excavation support system using Deep Soil Mixing (DSM) to allow for excavation of a cut and cover highway tunnel underpass through a historic district with no disturbances to the adjacent homes. He was also involved with complex site remediation of 100,000 cubic yards (6-acre) sludge lagoon. The project involved the first large-scale use of in-situ stabilization of waste sludge.
You can reach Pete through the following:
Vice President of Field Operations
1250 Fifth Avenue
New Kensington, PA 15068