Greg Halsted, P.E.

Manager of Pavements and Geotechnical Support

• Full-Depth Reclamation
• Lightweight Cellular Concrete
• Cement-Modified and -Stabilized Soils
• Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements
• Cement-Treated Bases and Subbases

Greg Halsted, P.E., is the Manager of Pavements and Geotechnical Support for PCA. He is responsible for expanding market share for use of portland cement in all paving and geotechnical applications. These cement-specific materials include conventional concrete, roller‐compacted concrete, pervious concrete, cement-modified soils, cement-stabilized subgrade soils, cement‐treated base, full‐depth reclamation, lightweight cellular concrete, flowable fill, deep soil mixing, and waste solidification/stabilization.

Halsted has over 25 years of experience in the use of portland cement in the pavements, geotechnical, and concrete industry. He has knowledge of planning, design, materials testing, and construction; has participated in numerous training and construction workshops involving State and Provincial transportation agencies, Public Works departments, Universities, material suppliers, and engineering and design firms; and has authored numerous publications related to cement and concrete construction, and sustainability. He currently serves as a Voting Member of several American Concrete Institute (ACI), ASTM International (ASTM), and Transportation Research Board (TRB) Technical Committees.

Halsted holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology from Southern Polytechnic State University and is a licensed engineer in the state of Georgia. Prior to joining PCA, he held civil and geotechnical engineering positions with the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute and the Georgia Department of Transportation.