Terrapex Welcomes Yacouba Doro
Terrapex is extremely pleased to announce that Yacouba Doro has joined our Ottawa office as a Senior Geotechnical Engineer and Project Manager!
Yacouba is a bilingual (English and French) licensed Professional Engineer and Project Management Professional with more than 16 years of experience in conducting geotechnical investigations and material inspection and testing work programs. He holds a bachelor degree in civil engineering from University of District of Columbia and a MBA from Strayer University (both located in the Washington D.C. area), and has successfully led numerous multidisciplinary teams in completing complex geotechnical, geo-environmental, and hydrogeological investigations.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Yacouba or any other member of our Geotechnical Services team for assistance on your geotechnical investigation monitoring and inspection, or slope stability assessment projects!
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