Sebastian Lobo-Guerrero knows how to tell a good story.
He came to Pittsburgh as a student at Pitt in 2001, studying geo-technical engineering (still his specialty), involving the complicated composition of the earth beneath our feet and under all sorts of structures and their foundations. As a Geotechnical Project Manager at a company called AGES Inc. with headquarters in Canonsburg, PA., he has worked on many projects, including several around Pittsburgh, the City of Retaining Walls as well as the City of Bridges.
He is also an Adjunct Lecturer at the Swanson School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. He has published many articles and delivered presentations in cities around the world. But he tells a great story about his father, working as a civil engineer on a highway construction project in 1990 in the jungle in Colombia.
And we learn a lot.
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To learn more about AGES Inc., go to agesinc.com
For more about Swanson Engineering, check out engineering.pitt.edu
To learn about the I-579 CAP Urban Connector Project and Frankie Pace Park (also called the “SEA Cap” over the Crosstown Boulevard), go to www.pgh-sea.com/
The bridge collapse in Colombia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chirajara_bridge_collapse