Aaron Grosser

Aaron Grosser

For 25 years, Aaron has provided services related to the design of embankments, earth dams and retention structures, shallow and deep foundations, and slope stabilization measures, as well as the design and operation of mine tailings basins. His skills encompass geotechnical stability modeling, in-situ testing, and instrumentation design and monitoring. In particular, he assists mining companies with planning, engineering, and design, and has worked closely on multiparty teams providing facility design, construction, operations, and closure services for facilities in North and South America.

Aaron also conducts site investigations and designs slope stabilization measures for projects involving roads, bridges, and railways. In addition, he designs automated instrumentation-and-monitoring systems that rely on components such as inclinometers, piezometers, and robotic total stations to measure deformation and stress in—and mitigate risks related to—natural and constructed site features.



Vice President
Senior Geotechnical Engineer


Professional Engineer (IA, MI, ND, NV, SD, TN, WI)

Board Certified Geotechnical Engineer


MS, Civil Engineering, Michigan Technological University

BS, Civil Engineering, Michigan Technological University


Barr Engineering Co.
4300 MarketPointe Drive
Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55435
Phone: +1 952-832-2609

Related projects

Structural monitoring of sanitary sewer line
Embankment stabilization along Highway 73
Landslide stabilization and corridor repair for state highway