People and projects worth shouting about
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,...

Geo Tacoma Volunteers Pitch In on Green Tacoma Day
Oct 31, 2012

A crew of hardy volunteers from GeoEngineers’ Tacoma office, Teri Taylor; Eric Heller, PE, LG; Tricia DeOme, LG...

Dave Cook, LG, CPG Named to EWB-USA Corporate Leadership Council
Oct 18, 2012

Engineers Without Borders USA has invited Dave Cook, LG, CPG, a principal geologist in GeoEngineers’ Seattle office, to be a founding member of its new Corporate Leadership Council. Dave accepted the invitation and traveled to the Boulder, Colorado headquarters of EWB-USA to attend the first official meeting of the Council on October 4, 2012. He will serve a three-year term. “I’m excited about...

GeoEngineers Receives Transportation Innovator Award
Oct 17, 2012

Downtown On the Go (DOTG) has awarded GeoEngineers its 2012 Transportation Innovator Award in the Biking Strong Category. The award highlights GeoEngineers’ leadership and involvement in Bike Month 2012 events and was one of six awards presented October 12th at a Tacoma-...

Delivering More Natural Gas Capacity to Oregon’s Willamette Valley
Oct 10, 2012

GeoEngineers is providing a full suite of services for Northwest Natural’s Mid-Willamette Valley Feeder project. The company’s ambitious natural gas pipeline improvements will increase capacity of a major pipeline by 25 percent to serve the energy needs of the rapidly growing population of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Stretching 150 miles south from Portland to Eugene, this scenic region is...

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