Ohio geotechnical engineer who ‘loved dirt’ dies at 73

Ted E. Webster, a geotechnical engineer with such an affinity for soils that he “loved dirt,” as his most recent employer put it, has died. He was 73.


A consummate professional, among the many projects to his credit is the Edgewater Pier, a seasonal beach on Lake Erie, which he designed during his tenure as president of his company, Webster Engineering Associates. Most recently, he was principal engineer for Geotech Services Inc., a designer of soil and rock anchors, micropiles, soil nails and soil-nail walls, grouting and other forms of soil stabilization.

Webster, P.E., M.ASCE, had extensive experience

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