Fred Bauhof

MS. in Geological Engineering, teacher, Logos Research Ambassador

Biography:

Fred has over 40 years of broad experience conducting and managing complex civil, environmental, and geological engineering projects from planning, design, construction and into operations. His experience also includes significant business management with a strong working knowledge of project delivery/controls, contract, business development, marketing, community/governmental relations, accounting, human resources, and information technology systems and processes.

Fred was academically trained through his Geology BS degree in standard evolutionary theory, but through field observation, research and critical thinking, has concluded that the special creation model has a greater ability to explain the evidence in the life, earth, and physical sciences. Consequently, he has been involved in creation science ministry since 1999 by teaching classes and making presentations on the life, earth and physical sciences.

Fred is currently working on a geology research project in the Texas panhandle.

Professional Papers and Presentations:
Bauhof, F. C., 1979, Geology, seismicity, and anticipated earth- quake ground motions in Creve Coeur Quadrangle, St. Louis County, Missouri: Unpublished Masters Thesis, University of Mo.-Rolla, Rolla, Mo.


“Construction History of the Cascade Railroad Tunnel” in Engineering Geology in Washington. Pgs. 729-742. Bulletin 78, Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources. 1989.


Remediation of Abandoned Fuel Storage Facilities, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. J.C. Alonso, F.C. Bauhof, and R.G. Burnette. Hazardous Materials Control Research Institute - South, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1992.


Load Testing of Drilled Shafts Socketed into Limestone, Paper 1.47, G.L Panozzo, F.H. Kulhawy, F.C. Bauhof, and A.J. O'Brien, Third International Conference on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering. St. Louis, Missouri. June 1993.


Engineer/Architect Management Training, 1999 – 2001. Firm Management, Business Development, and Project Management Session Presentations. Sponsored by City of Houston, CH2M HILL, METRO, and Houston Small Business Development Corporation.


“Structured Alternative Project Delivery Procurement,” with Douglas Herbst and Fred Bauhof, Proceedings of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference and Exposition, June 2001.
Capacity, Management, Operation and Maintenance (CMOM) – Setting the Stage for Better Performance Seminar, Houston, Texas. October, 2001.


Structuring Alternative Project Delivery Procurement. Eric Rothstein, Douglas Herbst, Fred Bauhof. Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation, Residuals and Biosolids Management 2002, pp. 384-392(9).
Fundamentals of Small Business Management, 2003. Project Management Session Presentation. Sponsored by City of Houston and Kellogg Brown & Root.


Design/Build/Operate Delivery of Houston’s 40-mgd Northeast Water Plant. Underground Technology Conference, Houston, Texas. Gary Oradat, Fred Bauhof, and Todd Papes. January 2003.


Design/Build/Operate Delivery of Houston’s 40-mgd Northeast Water Plant. Texas Society of Professional Engineers Design/Build Seminar, Houston, Texas. Luncheon Keynote Presentation. June 2003.


Institutional & Financial Aspects of the Northeast Water Purification System, with Dominic G’Benoba, Conference Proceedings of Design-Build for Water/Wastewater Projects, Design Build Institute of America, February 2005.


Alternative Project Delivery Approaches in Texas, Presentation to the Texas Water Conservation Association Annual Meeting, 2005.


Creation Science Ministry:
Fred Bauhof was academically trained through his Geology BS degree in standard evolutionary theory, but through field observation, research and critical thinking, has concluded that the special creation model has a greater ability to explain the evidence in the life, earth, and physical sciences. Consequently, he has been involved in creation science ministry since 1999. Below is a summary of the creation science classes and presentations.


1999 – 2009 Member of the Champion Forest Baptist Church (CFBC) Creation Education Ministry
 

2001 “Creation and the Earth Sciences” class at CFBC

• Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe
 

2001 – Telephone Coordinator for the ICR Back to Genesis Conference at CFBC
 

2002 “Teaching a Genesis Creation” class at CFBC

• Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe
• Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics

 

2003 - Testimony to the State Board of Education of Texas regarding state textbook adoption
 

2004 “Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics” presentation at the Greater Houston Creation Association (GHCA)
 

2005 “In The Beginning” presentation to High School students at CFBC
 

2005 “Genes, Geology, and Genesis” class at CFBC

• Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe
• Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
• Fossil Record (coauthor)
• Paleoanthropology
• OOPARTS (coauthor)


2006 “Genes, Geology, and Genesis” class at CFBC

• Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe
• Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
• The Origin of Man and the Fossil Record
• OOPARTS (coauthor)


2007 “Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe” presentation at the GHCA
 

2007 “Genes, Geology, and Genesis” class at CFBC

• Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe
• Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
• The Origin of Man and the Fossil Record
• Ice Age Civilizations


2008 “Genes, Geology, and Genesis” class at CFBC

• Introduction, Definitions/Concepts, Why is this topic important?
• Grand Canyon – Monument to Catastrophe
• Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
• The Origin of Man and the Fossil Record


2009 – “The Ice Age” presentation at the GHCA


2011 “Creation vs. Evolution/Big Bang or Big God?” at the The MET Church

1. Overview/Introduction
2. Geologic Record/Fossil Record/Dating/Dinosaurs
3. Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
4. Biology/DNA and Information/Irreducible Complexity
5. Origin of Man
6. Astronomy/OOPARTS


2015 “Creation vs. Evolution/Big Bang or Big God?” at the The MET Church

1. Overview/Introduction
2. Geologic Record/Fossil Record/Dating/Dinosaurs
3. Genesis Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
4. Biology/DNA and Information/Irreducible Complexity
5. Origin of Man
6. Astronomy
7. OOPARTS


2014 – Present, independent flood geology research project in the Texas panhandle with Darry Stansbury.
 

2018 “The Palo Duro Flow, a Reinterpretation of the Palo Duro Paleosol”, Fred Bauhof and Darry Stansbury, presentation at the Creation Geology Society Annual Meeting. Also published in the Journal of Creation Theology and Science, Series C: Earth Sciences.

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