Field Notes
Community Engagement: The Third Dimension of Value
By Kurt Fraese, LG – Oct 22, 2015
As business leaders, we understand the value of forming and maintaining relationships. Our relationships are the grease that keeps our business running smoothly. Often, we focus on relationships with our employees/investors and our clients, the two groups that we probably interact with most...

Working Smarter with Earth Analytics
By – Sep 11, 2015
GeoEngineers is deploying a secret weapon. It crunches data. It streamlines workflows. It blasts through day-long tasks with the press of a button. We call it Earth Analytics.™Since 2013 I’ve been managing GeoEngineers’ involvement with a large-scale expansion of the Washington State Convention...

Small Community Service Projects are Infectious
By Larry Sant, PE – Aug 26, 2015
As an Eagle Scout and current Boy Scout leader I am always on the lookout for opportunities to improve my community. Often situations where a small improvements are made, such as adding a bench to a community park or updating a sign for a local nonprofit, can make a big difference. Earlier this...

Creating New Legends from a 50-Year Foundation
By David Sauls, PE – Jun 2, 2015
This year, GeoEngineers is proud to mark 50 years of doing business in Louisiana. We are lucky our history includes some legends in Louisiana engineering, and many of these legends are still working in our GeoEngineers office, mentoring the next generation. We realize we didn’t reach this...

Good Fortune, Thanks to Many Factors
By Kurt Fraese, LG – Nov 26, 2014
If you are gainfully employed, I am sure that you are thankful for the many opportunities it provides.  The appreciation can go much deeper than that when you stop to think about how fortunate you are when compared to the average human’s experience throughout history. The lives of those who...