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GeoEngineers Wins Four 2013 ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards
Jan 21, 2013

The Washington and Oregon chapters of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) honored GeoEngineers with four awards at recent Engineering Excellence Awards banquets held in Seattle and Portland. ACEC’s annual Engineering Excellence Awards, the industry’s most prestigious awards program, salutes engineering achievements demonstrating the highest degree of merit and ingenuity.


GeoEngineers Holds Steady on Trenchless Technology Top 50 List
Jan 11, 2013

GeoEngineers was ranked 21st  in Trenchless Technology Magazine’s 2012 Top 50 Trenchless Design Firms list, based on the company's trenchless technology revenue for 2011. GeoEngineers held the same ranking on the 2011 list.

In his introduction to this year's list, Trenchless Technology president and publisher Bernard Krzys noted that the 50 firms on the list...

Former MoDOT Geotechnical Director Joins GeoEngineers
Jan 10, 2013

GeoEngineers, Inc. is pleased to announce Michael A. Fritz, PE, RG has joined the company as a senior geotechnical engineer in its Springfield, Missouri office. Prior to joining GeoEngineers, Fritz spent 29 years with the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). He was Geotechnical Director at the agency from 1993 to 2012. 


Boise Geotechnical Team Wins I-84 Interchange Project
Jan 9, 2013

GeoEngineers is part of the consultant team recently awarded design of the Interstate 84 (I-84) Meridian Road Interchange project in southwestern Idaho. This major transportation corridor runs through the Treasure Valley, Idaho’s business and population center, and is anchored by Nampa to the west and Boise to the east, with Meridian located halfway in between the two cities. 


GeoEngineers' Fall EWB Grant Enables Utah State University Team to Bring Clean Water to Peru
Dec 20, 2012

Engineers Without Borders-USA has announced that GeoEngineers’ fall grant to EWB-USA’s 2012 Project Grants Program will support EWB’s Utah State University chapter’s Peru Team.

The team’s water project will improve drinking water quality and availability to communities near the town of...

Project Spotlight: Putting the Seattle Great Wheel on a Sturdy Foundation
Dec 10, 2012

The new Ferris wheel located on the end of Pier 57 was a longtime dream of Hal Griffith, restaurateur and owner of the pier on downtown Seattle’s Elliott Bay. GeoEngineers was brought in on the design-build team by Manson Construction for this fast-paced project. The result of the team’s effort was a sturdy foundation for the Seattle Great Wheel, a new Seattle landmark that opened in time for...

GeoEngineers’ Geotechnical Specialists Promote Design-Build Advantages at DFI Conference
Nov 5, 2012

Three geotechnical engineers from GeoEngineers’ Baton Rouge office, David Sauls, PE, Larry Sant, PE and Sunil Malla,...

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