Bryon Richardson is a senior professional engineer who has been employed with GeoPacific since February 2007. Graduating from the University of British Columbia in 1990, Bryon received a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Civil Structural Engineering. He is registered as a professional engineer in both British Columbia and Manitoba.
Bryon’s background in civil structural engineering has been extremely valuable to the firm and our clients as he brings over 18 years of experience in British Columbia. This experience includes a wide variety of projects involving deep soil densification for commercial, industrial structures, seismic dykes, municipal roads and services. Recent work includes slope stability assessments, foundation engineering, shoring and retaining wall designs.
Prior to joining GeoPacific, Bryon worked at another engineering firm in the lower mainland. Some of Bryon’s most notable projects at GeoPacific have included jet grouting for The Village at False Creek (also home of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Village); Dominion Triangle, Port Coquitlam; Fremont Village, Port Coquitlam; Victoria Hill, New Westminster; Burke Mountain, Coquitlam; and the temporary works for the central segment of the Port Mann Bridge, and South Fraser Perimeter Road.