Greg Healy

Intermediate Geological Engineer

Greg Healy (M.Sc.E., P. Eng., P. Geo.) is a geological engineer with experience in geotechnical investigations, slope stability (soil and rock), rock-mechanics, numerical modelling and project management.  He received a B.Sc.E. and M.Sc.E. in Geological Engineering from the University of New Brunswick.  Greg has over eight years experience consulting on a variety of geotechnical/geological engineering projects with a focus on civil infrastructure and mine site characterization. Mr. Healy is a registered Professional Engineer in NB, NS and BC, and a registered Professional Geoscientist in NB.

Experience Highlights

  • Geotechnical Soil and Rock Investigations
  • Rock Slope Stability and Design
  • Pile Design and PDA Testing
  • Tunnel Inspection and Design
  • Rock Mass Classification
  • Development of Geotechnical Models
  • Aggregate Source Evaluations

Professional Associations
P.Eng (NB, NS, BC), P.Geo (NB)

B.Sc.E. Geological Engineering (Geotech) University of New Brunswick, M.Sc.E. Geotechnical Engineering, University of New Brunswick.


Healy, G., El Naggar, H., Valsangkar, A. 2018. Earth pressures on closely spaced, twin circular culverts backfilled with controlled low strength material within narrow space. In: Proceedings of GeoEdmonton2018 – CGS Annual Conference, Edmonton, AB, Canada.