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Charlie Eustis, PE, Inducted into ASCE's Wall of Fame
Sep 28, 2016

The American Society of Professional Engineers (ASCE) Louisiana Section selected Charlie Eustis to receive their prestigious Wall of Fame Award. The award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding lifetime contributions to the civil engineering profession in the Louisiana region. The ASCE inducts four candidates each year who meet this high...

GeoEngineers Ranked 17th Largest Firm in Baton Rouge
Sep 15, 2016

The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report ranked GeoEngineers as the 17th largest engineering firm in the Baton Rouge area based on the number of licensed professional engineers. With a total of 15 local professional engineers (PEs) or engineers in training (EITs), GeoEngineers’ place on the list demonstrates the professional...

Meridian Interchange Wins ASCE Project of the Year Award
Aug 29, 2016

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) selected GeoEngineers’ Meridian Interchange Project as their 2015 Region 8 Project of the Year. The award recognizes project excellence, and is only given to one project (with a budget greater than $10 million) in each ASCE region....

Earthquake Protection for Historic Seattle Pier and Restaurant Wins Recognition
Jun 17, 2016

A GeoEngineers project, Ivar’s Pier 54 Seismic Upgrades and Renovation in Seattle, Washington, has been recognized with two additional awards. The Seattle Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gave the project an Honor Award in the structural category as a Local Outstanding Civil Engineering Project, and project...

GeoEngineers Assists with Deepest Excavation in New Orleans History
May 16, 2016

GeoEngineers harnessed cutting-edge modeling to assist with the deepest excavation in New Orleans history, and protect the city from future disasters. Constructors for the Permanent Canal Closure and Pumps project recently completed excavation for the 17th Street, London Avenue, and Orleans Avenue Canal...

GeoEngineers Hosts ADA Innovation Hack-a-Thon
Apr 26, 2016

More than 40 university students came together at a “hack-a-thon” event last week to brainstorm technical solutions to some of the challenges disabled users face riding public transit in Pierce County, Washington. The technical proposals emerging from the collaborative development event, or hack-a-thon, will serve as a starting point for Pierce Transit as they seek to improve the transit...

New SR 520 Floating Bridge Complete
Apr 4, 2016

The long-awaited replacement SR 520 Bridge over Lake Washington is now open to traffic. The new bridge provides a major six-lane artery connecting Seattle, Washington to Bellevue and suburbs to the east. GeoEngineers played a pivotal role on the Kiewit-General-Manson Joint Venture design-build team, providing...

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