Pedro is based in ENGEO’s San Ramon office. He is passionate about his work and teams.
“The best part of my working day is collaborating with the smartest, most energetic and innovative engineers on the planet. I am humbled every day by the group of people that makes ENGEO one of the best places to work. Great people create great results, and this is what we have at ENGEO. This is why I look forward to coming to work every single day.”
Pedro is a highly experienced engineer who has worked on many high-profile projects throughout California and New Zealand. He specializes in complex geotechnical explorations, seismic design, earthquake engineering, foundation design, ground improvement, elevated structures, transportation projects, waterfront projects and deep foundations.
Pedro is the lead geotechnical engineer for ENGEO’s work at Treasure Island in San Francisco, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles, Pier 70 Redevelopment in San Francisco, multiple Silicon Valley campus developments, and the new Firestone Blvd. Bridge over the San Gabriel River in Norwalk, among many other projects.