Name: Eduardo Pulido
Company: Fugro USA Land, Inc.
Role: CMET Manager
What services does your company provide?
Fugro Land provides with Geotechnical Ground Investigation, Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Geoconsulting, GIS and Data Management and Land Asset Integrity. San Antonio office provides with Geotechnical and CMET services.
Years of Experience: 5 years
Learn more about Eduardo:
Where are you originally from?
Mexico, but been living more than half of my life in America.
Tell us something really interesting about you.
Participated as engineer on a marine geotechnical investigation in the Gulf of Mexico having a world record water depth of 9,589 ft (2015). The project consisted of in situ testing and soil sampling using ROV technology.
Everyone at SMPS has a story about why they joined the organization. What’s yours?
Throughout my professional development I encountered many challenges and being able to grow in the marketing field will help me become a more valuable asset, therefore joining the SMPS will improve and polish my marketing strategies.
What drew you to the A/E/C industry?
I have always been fascinated how ancient civilization built cities without the help of technology. Being able to be part of this important role to provide all necessary needs to maintain a civilization safe and sheltered.
Where’s your favorite place to eat in San Antonio?
Chart House Restaurant. It is a combination of the Alaskan king crab dish, a rich hot chocolate lava cake while rotating 360 degrees enjoying the sunset along the horizon.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Travel. Every time there are long weekends off I get on a plane and travel overseas. I enjoy playing soccer, attending to live sports events, wine tasting and reading.
Do you have any pets?
What would be impossible for you to give up?
My health. The fact of not being able to stay physically active, to not make rational decisions and to not contribute to human kind will be very hard to give up.
Describe your ideal vacation.
A trip through the Milky Way Galaxy, travelling to the speed of light to prove the special theory of relativity, admire the billions of stars and supermassive black holes with a final stop in Jupiter.