Mr. Heyerly is the Civil Practice Lead for the Toledo office and has more than 25 years of experience focused on planning, permitting, design, and construction of infrastructure, solid waste and water resources projects. Mr. Heyerly’s project management responsibilities have included integrated planning projects, multi-discipline engineering design projects, and 100+ million dollar construction projects, including Task Order work for a large public utility. He has managed and prepared several Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Plan approval submittals and Permit-to-Install applications, including vertical expansions, phasing alterations, Rule 13 applications (for work on closed sites), and detailed designs for waste landfill cells, landfill cover systems, impoundment closures and the recovery of petroleum product released to subsurface soil and groundwater. He has also served as project manager and/or certifying engineer during the construction of several waste landfill cells, landfill cover systems, and impoundment stabilization and closures. Mr. Heyerly has worked on private, municipal and governmental projects. In addition to his technical design and project management experience, he has functioned as a Field Engineer and a Contractor.
His geotechnical responsibilities have included coordination, management, analysis and recommendations for subsurface explorations pertaining to roadways, structures (i.e., shallow and deep foundations) and earth retention systems, facility siting and borrow source evaluations, slope stability analysis (including forensic evaluations), and geo-environmental designs using geosynthetic materials.