David Castelbaum, P.E.

Senior Geotechnical Project Engineer

David has over 23 years of experience in geotechnical/geoenvironmental engineering and construction materials testing services and has been the Senior Geotechnical for RMG since 2017. His background includes development and supervision of geotechnical field and laboratory investigations, analysis and design for residential and commercial development, roadway/highway pavement design, mine tailings embankments and impoundments, landfill liner and cover systems, mine/mill operations reclamation and closure, subsurface contaminant remediation. Supervision of soils, concrete, asphalt, and geosynthetics construction materials testing and inspection projects include: residential/commercial developments; roads, highways, bridges and airports; composite liner systems for MSW and hazardous waste landfills; embankment dams and impoundments; and deep foundations (drilled piers). His academic research work has included ZVI-Clay soil mixing for remediation of subsurface contamination and consolidation-induced contaminant transport in high water content/compressible materials.

Mr. Castelbaum is a registered professional engineer with a B.S in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ) and an M.S. Degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering (Geotechnical/Geoenvironmental) from Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO). He has 20 years of work and project experience in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Central and South America. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado.