Field Notes
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 – 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...

GIS Day: Discovering Your World Through Geospatial Technology
By Tonya Kauhi – Nov 19, 2014
HappyGIS Day, the annual celebration of geographic information systems (GIS) where users of GIS demonstrate real-world applications that are making a difference in our society.  The first formal GIS Day took place in 1999. Esri President and Co-Founder Jack Dangermond credits Ralph Nader with...

Let’s Grow! GeoProfessional Skills and Community Outreach Working Together
By Tonya Kauhi – Oct 27, 2014
I recently had the privilege of attending the 2014 ESRI International User Conference (ESRI UC) in San Diego. The ESRI UC is the world's largest event dedicated to geographic information system (GIS) technology. With more than 15,000 attendees, the conference provides opportunities to keep up on...

A Roadmap to Personal Branding for Geoprofessionals: Part 3
By Christina Chelf – Sep 2, 2014
Now that you have defined your persona and promise through our first two posts on personal branding, it’s time to put them together into your brand story. This is a short pitch of one to three sentences that communicates your value and your promise to a target audience. How to Create your Brand...