- Transportation Planning & Travel Analysis
- Logging Systems Design & Layout
- Road & Trail Engineering
- Timber Sale Analysis & Appraisal Software Tools
- Bachelor of Science, Forestry, Humboldt State University
- Master of Forestry, Forest Engineering, Oregon State University
- National Construction Certification Program: Public Works COR, Public Works Inspector, Roads, Asphalt Paving & Surface Treatment, Aggregate Base, Watershed Rehabilitation, Timber Sale Construction Inspector, Engineering Representative
- Level III Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR)
- Bridge Inspection Team Leader
- Qualified Engineer for Analysis of Motorized Mixed Use
Chris started with the Forest Service in 1999, working for three national forests and one research station in Regions 3, 5, and 8 before coming to TEAMS. He has experience in all aspects of transportation engineering, including planning, development, construction, operations and maintenance. Chris has provided engineering for two of the Nation’s milestone landscape restoration projects: the White Mountain Stewardship Project in the Southwestern Region and the Herger-Feinstein Quincy Library Group Forest Recovery Project in the Pacific Southwestern Region. He has also supported two regional motor vehicle route and area designation efforts.
Chris has experience teaching logging systems and transportation planning at various national, regional, and local workshops, including the Sale Area Layout and Harvesting Institute.
Chris started with TEAMS in 2010.