is President of Olson Engineering. He has a broad range of expertise in the areas of geotechnical and materials engineering with specialization in nondestructive testing and evaluation of buildings and infrastructure. Since cofounding Olson Engineering, Inc. in 1985, he has been actively involved in the management and performance of nondestructive testing and evaluation, forensic, vibration and geophysical engineering, and applied research and development projects. Mr. Olson has conducted investigations to determine the conditions of such concrete-based facilities as bridges, slabs and pavements, nuclear reactors, buildings, deep foundations, dams and tunnels. He has also performed nondestructive testing of wood and steel pile foundations, masonry structures and steel columns for integrity evaluations. He is active in ACI Committees and is the Chairman of the Evaluation committee of International Concrete Repair Institute. Mr. Olson has over 50 technical publications and has been the Principal Investigator on a number of research projects involving nondestructive testing of infrastructure.