Ken Andromalos, P.E.
Ken has over 35 years of engineering and construction experience in the specialty environmental and geotechnical field. He holds B.S. and M.S. Degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, is a licensed Professional Engineer and holds Contractors Licenses in ten states. To date, Ken has published approximately two dozen technical papers in the areas of slurry walls, reactive walls, soil mixing, in-situ stabilization, jet grouting and other grouting techniques.
Ken has actively participated in some of the first U.S. applications of soil mixing, jet grouting and in-situ stabilization. His soil mixing and jet grouting experience dates back to the mid-1980’s. In the early 90’s, he managed one of the first in-situ stabilization/soil mixing projects for a USEPA lead remediation of a Superfund site.