Carlin joins Garver as new trenchless pipeline and utility tunneling expert
Garver Trenchless & Tunneling Infrastructure Practice Leader Maureen Carlin, Ph.D., will serve on Garver’s Water Technology Team as a resident trenchless pipeline and utility tunneling expert. She brings an incredible wealth of knowledge and experience that will be critical to clients’ most complex pipeline projects.
Carlin is an expert in horizontal directional drilling (HDD), microtunneling, and various new installation pipeline methodologies. Having worked on projects across the U.S., Canada and China, she is skilled in determining the best use of these advanced methods for complex projects. She's even spent time as a lecturer at Arizona State University and has contributed to developing standards for HDD and the Direct Pipe Method through the American Society of Civil Engineers and the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT).
“I love the creativity and flexibility that trenchless projects provide,” Carlin said. “I get to think out of the box and apply innovative technologies to solve complex challenges, and seeing the whole process come to life is something I truly enjoy.”
“I love the creativity and flexibility that trenchless projects provide. I get to think out of the box and apply innovative technologies to solve complex challenges, and seeing the whole process come to life is something I truly enjoy.”
Trenchless & Tunneling Infrastructure Practice Leader
While she’s built a reputation as a subject matter expert throughout the industry, her passion and commitment stems beyond the technical. Carlin has a deep passion for education and mentorship in the industry. She is currently on the Board of Directors for NASTT as well as the North American Microtunneling Association. She's the chair of the NASTT education committee, and has participated in several conferences and conducted guest lectures at universities. She's also part of the planning and technical committee, working to connect different societies and bring attention to careers in underground engineering and construction through SME’s Down for That Initiative.
Carlin will be working with Garver’s operations and regional groups to meet the diverse needs of our clients and provide the best service possible to our clients and contractors. Above all, she is eager to use her extensive network of industry connections and her passion for education to help clients and colleagues learn and grow.
To learn more about what Garver's Water Technology Team can do for you, visit our Water Technology Team page.