Byron Jadon BULLERT


Byron Bullert worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.   As a civil engineer, he received numerous awards for his work from the Corps of Engineers.  

He retired from the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers in 1968 after thirty years during which time he worked on the Hoover Dam and Grand Coulee Dam.  

After he retired, he served as a consultant on the Salto Grande Dam in Uruguay and chief concrete engineer on Pakistan's Tarbela Dam, considered to be the world's largest earth and rock-filled man-made dam. 

Grand Coulee Dam

How They Built It 

This page is dedicated to Bullerts who have been recognized for their achievements

and who have made our Bullert and allied families very proud!

Virginia "Ginny" Jean JOHNSON


Star ballerina with the San Francisco Ballet

Virginia Johnson and David Coll

 as King and Queen of the Snow

from Lew Christensen's "Nutcracker"


​Image courtesy

Museum of Performance & Design

The Creation of

Hoover Dam

​Tarbela Dam - Construction and Security, Documentary, Part 2

​Tarbela Dam - Construction and Security, Documentary, Part 1

South American

The Salto Grande Dam, Uruguay 

"Individual achievements and recognition capture the essence of Bullert family values --

honesty, hard work, love of family, and love of country."   Marilyn Jeanne (BULLERT) RARICK