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Earthwork Team


Matthew S. Moyneur, MS, PE, GE

Senior Engineer and Manager of Earthwork Services
Mr. Moyneur is experienced in geotechnical engineering and field construction monitoring in California, Michigan and Ohio. The numerous projects on which he has worked since 2003 include coordinating and performing geotechnical evaluations for schools, hospitals, retail and commercial developments, athletic complexes, industrial facilities, residential developments, and underground utilities. Mr. Moyneur also has performed field construction monitoring of shallow and deep foundations, earthwork operations, and earth retention systems in California, Michigan and Ohio. The geotechnical evaluations he has performed encompass new construction projects, as well as existing distress structures. Mr. Moyneur received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a focus on Geotechnical Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Mr. Moyneur is registered as a Civil Engineer in California and Michigan. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Chair of the ASCE Sacramento Section Geo-Institute.


McKinney Todd Proctor

Earthwork Area Manager

Mr. Proctor has amassed construction testing and inspection expertise since entering the field in 1984. The larger projects with which he has been involved during the past three decades include the Fiddyment 1 residential subdivision in Roseville, Whitney Oaks and Whitney Ranch subdivisions, mass grading of residential subdivisions and roadways in Rocklin, the Feather River levee setback project in Marysville and the South Placer Adult Correctional Facility in Roseville. Before joining WKA in 1998, Mr. Proctor was a Senior Field Technician at Kleinfelder & Associates Geotechnical Lab in Stockton for 11 years, and spent two years with Ground Engineering in Huntsville, Alabama.

Mr. Proctor holds certifications from the International Conference of Building Officials as a Soils Special Inspector, and from the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) in Construction Materials Testing for soils. He completed courses in soils-related subject matter at American River College and at the University of Wisconsin – Madison College of Engineering.