graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in civil engineering and began his career in 2003 as a geotechnical consultant. In 2005, he became a field engineer for Hayward Baker Inc. (A Keller Company) working on projects throughout the southeastern United States. After 7 years in South Florida, Mr. Mann relocated to Keller's Mid-Atlantic office, located outside Baltimore, Maryland, where he works today. He has designed and managed ground improvement projects throughout the eastern United States and parts of Canada, specializing in both dry and wet soil mixing, jet grouting, compaction grouting, cement grouting, chemical grouting and polyurethane injection systems, micropiles and other deep foundation systems, ground improvement utilizing vibro systems, various forms of underpinning, and earth retention systems to provide support of excavation.