Founder - John Zey
Mr. Zey has served as the principal geotechnical consultant for more 3,500 projects during his 33 year professional career. For the past 18 years, Mr. Zey has concentrated his efforts in the Topeka, Lawrence and Manhattan areas.

A brief sample of the projects that Mr. Zey has been responsible for include: the Historic Kansas Statehouse Preservation and Restoration Project, Target Regional Distribution Center, KSU Food Safety and Security Research Facility, KU Interdisciplinary Research Center, Topeka Boulevard Bridge, the Douglas County Jail, Shawnee County Juvenile Detention Center, the Heartland Park Topeka Motor Speedway, Topeka/Shawnee County Library Addition, KSU Bramlage Coliseum, KU Student Fitness Center, Cross Creek Watershed Dam No. 131, Plaza West Levee Relocation, and the Anderson Avenue Stabilization Study.


Education:

BS, Civil Engineering, Kansas State University, Kansas, 1975
BS, Geology, Kansas State University, Kansas, 1975
MS, Civil Engineering, University of Kansas, Kansas, 1979

Registrations:

Professional (P.E.) - Civil, CO, 1986 Registered Geologist (R.G.), KS, 1999
Professional (P.E.) - Civil, KS, 1980 Registered Geologist (R.G.), MO, 1996
Professional (P.E.) - Civil, MO, 1980 Professional (P.E.) - Civil, TX, 1979

Professional Affiliations

> American Society of Civil Engineers
> National Society of Professional Engineers
> Association of Drilled Shaft Contractors
> Association of State Dam Safety Officials

Publications

> Use of Coal Ash in Highway Construction”, 1990, Ferguson and Zey, EPR" Project No. 2422-15.
> "Stabilization of Pavement Subgrade with Class C Fly Ash", 1991, Ferguson and Zey, Orlando Florida
> "Numerical Analysis of the Bearing Capacity of a Historical Structure Undergoing Renovation", Zeyand Anderson, 2005, 11th International Conference of IACMAG, Torino, Italy