Garry Gregory is Principal Consultant with Gregory Geotechnical and is also Adjunct Professor of Civil Engineering at Oklahoma State University. He has BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees in civil (geotechnical) engineering and is a licensed professional engineer in 12 states.
Dr. Gregory has more than 40 years of civil engineering and construction management experience and has been involved in the design and construction of many major civil engineering projects, including approximately 250 earth slopes. He is the author of several geotechnical engineering software programs including widely-used slope stability analysis software.
Prior to founding Gregory Geotechnical in early 1998, he was Vice President and Senior Geotechnical Consultant with Fugro Consultants, and was previously a principal with Freese and Nichols, Inc.
He has been an active member of the Geo-Institute since its inception. He has served on the Embankments, Dams, and Slopes (EDS) committee of the Geo-Institute for 15 years and is currently Chair of the committee. The EDS committee took the lead in planning the 2013 Geo-Congress in San Diego, and Dr. Gregory served in a key role on the organizing committee. He was elected to the Geo-Institute Board of Governors in 2013.
He was one of the founders of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Geo-Institute and served as the first president of the chapter (2009-2010). He previously was on the Board of Directors of the Texas Section of ASCE and also was Director in the ASCE Fort Worth Branch.
He is an honor member of Chi Epsilon, the National Civil Engineering Honor Society. He is also a member of DFI, AEG, and USSD. He has authored more than 50 technical publications and has been published in technical journals and international, national, and regional conference proceedings.
Dr. Gregory lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma with his wife Jan and grandson Haden.