Mike WarinerPE

Group Manager - Materials Laboratory and SI

Mike’s construction background extends for 27 years, over which he has served as laborer, crew chief, engineering technician, junior inspector, field engineer, project engineer, lead inspector and project manager. He has been responsible for geotechnical engineering in foundation design, concrete and asphalt pavement designs, analysis of existing pavement using traditional and non-destructive testing to provide remediation recommendations, project management, and supervision of field technicians performing construction observations and inspections. Mike’s field testing and observation experience includes soils testing, drilled pier/driven pile observation, concrete testing, structural masonry testing and observation, asphalt testing, post-tension cable placement and elongation observation, fire-proofing observation and testing, chemically stabilized subgrade observation and testing, open hole observation and reinforcing steel observation.

B.S. Civil Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
Professional Civil Engineer, Alaska
ICC Certified Inspector: Reinforced Concrete, Structural Masonry, Fireproofing, Soils
ACI- Field, Strength, Aggregate, Lab Certified
Municipality of Anchorage Approved Special Inspector
Western Alliance for Quality Transportation Construction Qualified: Asphalt, Aggregate, Embankment and Base, And Concrete
PCI – Levels I and II Field Inspector
Industry Experience
27 years
  • What places are on your travel bucket list?
    New Zealand, Iceland and Chile.
  • What are you most likely doing on the weekend?
    Hiking, fixing vehicles, hunting or fishing.
  • When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
    A pro baseball player.
  • What is one skill you are currently working on?
    Waistline reduction.
  • What are your favorite books?
    Leadership development/motivation and Stephen King books.
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