Wolfe Lang is a principal engineer with more than 29 years of geotechnical engineering experience in delivering water and wastewater conveyance projects. He has a strong background in analyzing and designing various foundations, ground improvement systems, and soil retaining structures. Wolfe has expertise in seismic ground motion characterization analysis, liquefaction and lateral spreading analysis, landslide analysis and mitigation, and seismic soil-pipe analysis and design. His experience includes new treatment facilities and reservoirs, seismic rehabilitation of existing facilities, deep pump stations, pipelines, and trenchless crossings. Wolfe has provided senior geotechnical review for field exploration, subsurface condition interpretation, seismic hazards evaluation, dewatering, and pipe/trench construction considerations.
Wolfe holds an MS in Civil Engineering from University of Waterloo, Ontario, and a BS in Geological Engineering from Hebei Institute of Civil Engineering, China. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, and Ontario.