SUBSURFACE DESIGN GENIUS
The work the ASPCA does to rescue abandoned and abused animals.
Finger-style guitar playing and amateur astronomy.
Favorite thing to do in KC:
Go camping with my wife and our dogs.
Steve Usnick’s career in engineering is rooted in the love of science. The University of Missouri-Kansas City Civil Engineering graduate is known for his persistence in solving problems in the field to keep projects on track and within budget. His relationship with AOG dates back to 1993.
Steve is the kind of professional clients depend on. His ability to tune into particular concerns and quickly create solutions keeps projects moving forward. He thrives on finding new challenges every day and a wide spectrum of responsibilities keeps his work interesting. For Steve, nothing satisfies like a job well done. He takes particular pride in his work in the design and inspections related to the deep foundation at the Muehlebach Hotel and the KCPL Hawthorne Power Plant rebuild.
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES:
Registered Professional Engineer – Kansas, Missouri
Designing subsurface investigations, assigning laboratory sample testing regimes, analyzing laboratory test results, and submitting client reports with recommendations, proposal development, and project cost estimations. Extensive field engineering experience including on-site troubleshooting, communicating drilling instructions, observation of earthwork, subgrade stabilization, paving operations, concrete construction, and special inspections.