Gray Mullins, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, a professor, researcher, and active professional engineer in the areas of foundation design, construction, and quality assurance, has been elevated to the status of Fellow by the ASCE Board of Direction.
Mullins works in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of South Florida, in Tampa. He has authored over 90 articles and 40 research reports addressing ground modification, integrity testing, capacity enhancement, remediation of corrosion-damaged piles, instrumentation, load testing, and remote monitoring.
In 2015, ASCE recognized his work with that year’s Charles Pankow Award for Innovation, Mullins’ department having aided in the development of the Thermal Integrity Profiler. He has also received the 2014 Ben C. Gerwick Award, the 2013 C. William Bermingham Innovation Award, and the 2013 Nova Award for foundation design, construction, and quality assurance. He has eight patents reflecting innovations in these areas. His work has resulted in numerous state and federal specifications, and much of his past research has been for the Florida Department of Transportation.
He received his bachelor, master’s, and doctoral degrees at the University of South Florida.