People and projects worth shouting about
GeoEngineers Updgrades Baton Rouge Office Laboratory with Certifications, Equipment
May 13, 2013

GeoEngineers' in-house laboratory in Baton Rouge, Louisiana has earned certification from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). This adds to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and ASTM International—formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)—laboratory certifications that the office earned in 2012.


Bertschi School Science Wing Certified as Fourth Living Building in the World
Apr 25, 2013

The science wing of the Bertschi School, an independent elementary school near downtown Seattle, Washington, is now a fully certified Living Building. Completed in 2011, the 3,380 square foot Living Building Science Wing is the first Living Building on the West Coast and the world’s fourth fully-certified Living Building. This is the first built project to meet the standards of version 2.0 of...

GeoEngineers Welcomes New CFO, Carrie Rorem
Apr 3, 2013

GeoEngineers is pleased to announce that Carrie G. Rorem, CPA has joined the firm as its new Chief Financial Officer. Carrie is stepping into the position previously held by GeoEngineers principal Karen Mercier, CFO, who is retiring after more than 20 years of exceptional service to the company.

Carrie is a proven finance...

NRP Leaders to Speak at Waterfront & Waterways Symposium
Mar 19, 2013

Ken Fellows and Joe Callaghan, two natural resource and planning group (NRP) leaders at GeoEngineers, will speak at the National Working Waterfronts & Waterways Symposium in Tacoma (WA) March 25-28. The event, sponsored by Washington/Oregon Sea Grant Programs, is the third national symposium on issues related to working waterfronts.

Associate Biologist...

GeoEngineers Kicks Off Portland Area Asset Management Day
Mar 18, 2013

Darrin Farmer, Director of GeoEngineers’ Applied Technology group, will kick off Portland Area Asset Management Day on Thursday, March 21 in Beaverton, Oregon. Co-sponsored by Beaverton Geographic Information Services (GIS) and the Portland Area Water and Waste Water Users Group, Portland Area Asset Management Day will feature presentations by asset management industry...

Jim Miller Lends Geotechnical Expertise to EWB-UW Assessment Team
Mar 14, 2013

Principal Geological Engineer Jim Miller, LG, PE, LEG serves as a professional mentor to students in the University of Washington chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-UW). Engineers Without Borders (EWB-USA) is a non-profit organization...

GeoEngineers Announces Board Elections and Promotions
Mar 7, 2013

At GeoEngineers’ 2013 shareholders meeting, the 133 employee-owners who attended elected Principal Geologist Dave Cook (Seattle) and Principal Engineer Dana Carlisle (Redmond) to serve on the firm’s Board of Directors. The meeting also gave COO Dan Campbell the opportunity to announce three promotions: Tony Orme (Tacoma) has been promoted to Associate, and Paul Wasser (Boise) and Chris...

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