Carl Hall, PE Joins R&M’s Site Development Group
November 18, 2021
Carl Hall, PE recently joined R&M CONSULTANTS, INC. (R&M) as a Senior Project Engineer in the firm’s Site Development Group. Carl will be responsible for overseeing and performing analysis and design tasks related to site development projects. He will assist in the development of site design analysis and site layout plans, including grading, drainage, utility services and roadway infrastructure connections in accordance with the appropriate design standards for a variety of sites in urban and rural locations throughout Alaska.
“Carl brings extensive engineering experience to R&M,” said Nicole Knox, PE, CESCL, R&M’s Group Manager of Site Development. “He has worked on a wide range of projects, from schools and health care to military and industrial facilities. We’re excited to have him join our Site Development Group and continue to provide great engineering design solutions for Alaska.”
Carl has more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of planning, civil design, permitting and construction. He has provided civil design for a variety of site layout, grading, utility and roadway projects and is experienced in grading, storm drainage, erosion protection, fire protection, and water and wastewater design with considerations of freeze protection requirements. Carl is also experienced with incorporating Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) concepts and components into design. He is a forward-thinking professional committed to providing high-quality products with a focus on completing project deliverables.
Carl has served as the lead designer for a wide range of projects throughout Alaska, including housing, medical centers, schools, recreation facilities, bridges, docks and harbors, and other public facilities. He managed the Whittier Tunnel Surface and Drainage Improvements project, which included various studies that included as-built/topo studies of the tunnel, LiDAR and Ground Penetrating Radar scanning of the invert panels, surface drainage and rock investigations, tights analysis, corrosion studies and structure evaluations. Carl’s other project experience includes several projects in Midway Atoll, including right-sizing a potable water system and a sanitary sewer Alternatives Analysis.
Since joining R&M Carl has assisted with proposal efforts and has provided civil design for a net-zero ready multi-purpose facility in Wainwright, a building expansion and renovation of a health care facility in midtown Anchorage, and an indoor baseball facility for Gamers Baseball Alaska.
“I enjoyed my work but was ready for a different pasture,” said Carl. “R&M is a place that I can still do the work I love, in Alaska, but experience something new with different projects and clients.”
Carl has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah and is a Professional Civil Engineer licensed in Alaska. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. In his free time, Carl enjoys camping and hunting, with his favorite being black and brown bear hunts. He also hunts for moose and caribou, and enjoys pike fishing.