Alan Lisowy is an associate engineer with more than 25 years of experience in geotechnical engineering, construction materials testing and management on a wide range of commercial, industrial and residential projects, with experience in recreational facilities throughout Colorado. His particular expertise lies in projects related to expansive soils; landslide and cut slope stability evaluations; roadway, bridge and pavement design studies; distressed building studies; and shoring design, with significant experience in the chemical stabilization of soils.
Alan joined CTL | Thompson in 2013 as an associate engineer and manager of the Denver office Engineering Department. He is integral to all preliminary and design-level geotechnical engineering studies. He also oversees daily operations, staff development and client relations.
• B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Colorado Denver
• Registered Engineer: Colorado
• American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), Member
• Colorado Association of Geotechnical Engineers (CAGE), Member and Past President
• Lead geotechnical engineer for solar farms throughout Colorado, including the Oak Leaf Clean Energy Collective
• Lead geotechnical engineer for 100 Cook Street, a redevelopment with steep grades, expansive soils and bedrock mitigation
• Lead geotechnical engineer for Vestas wind turbine blade manufacturing plant, Pueblo