Field Notes
Stress!
By Jon Robison–Mar 13, 2012
One way to think about stress is simply load divided by area. This is an interesting concept to consider with regards to emotional health. But what about engineering? In the physical world and built environment, stress is all around us. That’s bad, right? Maybe not. Stress may be handled without...

Geo’s Seattle Workspace—Playing Big and Part of a Trend
By –Mar 21, 2012
GeoEngineers appears to be leading our industry not only in our technical and business solutions, but also in how we work. We didn’t have this research from CoreNet Global in hand when we designed and updated the Seattle office in 2011, but we did have several concepts in mind: Use our space more...

We Are Invested
By –Mar 27, 2012
When you engage GeoEngineers in a project, many of the project team members are likely to be owners of our firm. This is because nearly 60 percent of our employees are shareholders. There are no outside interests invested in GeoEngineers. We are entirely employee-owned. Our commitment to broad...

Video Field Notes: Quilceda Creek
By –Mar 27, 2012
Last summer (2011), Olympic Pipe Line completed the Quilceda Creek 16-inch Pipeline Lowering and Roughened Channel Project in Marysville. Robert Miyahira and I had the opportunity to watch the project unfold from start to finish. Planning, design and permitting for the project began in 2009 with...