People and projects worth shouting about
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...

King Chin, PE Discusses 2011 Japan Tsunami at Oregon APWA Conference
Oct 5, 2012

King Chin, PE presented a paper at Navigating Change 2012, the American Public Works Association (APWA) Oregon Chapter fall conference held October 2-5 at Gleneden Beach, Oregon. APWA serves individuals, agencies and private companies involved in public works and infrastructure issues. The national organization represents about 30,000 public works...

Hiring Our Heroes Event Helps Unemployed Veterans
Oct 4, 2012

Senior HR Generalist Matt Clarich and Baton Rouge Lab Manager Dale Ulkins represented GeoEngineers at Hiring Our Heroes, a job fair held in Baton Rouge on September 25th. Nearly 150 people attended the event, which was staged by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Baton Rouge Area Chamber and a number of state and national agencies. The purpose of the job fair was to help veteran job...

Fiona McNair, MS, PWS Presents at Society of Wetland Scientists Conference
Sep 24, 2012

Environmental scientist Fiona McNair, MS, PWS presented a paper at East or West, Water Defines Us All, the 2012 Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS) Pacific Northwest Chapter conference, in Boise, Idaho on September 20th. SWS is a non-profit organization that promotes wetland science and the exchange of wetland-related information.


Geo’s Volunteer of the Year Helps Build a Better Tacoma
Sep 11, 2012

Tricia DeOme, LG, an environmental geologist in GeoEngineers’ Tacoma (WA) office, was honored at the spring 2012 shareholders meeting as the company’s Volunteer of the Year. Six months after that ceremony, Tricia details the latest on her volunteer activities and their impact on her community.

Tricia’s answer to the question, “What have you been doing for the Tacoma community...

Update: Geo’s Baton Rouge Office Weathers Tropical Storm Isaac
Aug 30, 2012

GeoEngineers’ Baton Rouge, Louisiana office is closed on Friday, August 31st due to limited/intermittent electrical power. The office closed on Tuesday afternoon, August 28th, as Hurricane Isaac headed toward the Louisiana coast and remained closed on Wednesday and Thursday.

To ensure continuity of service to clients, phone calls to the Baton Rouge office are being forwarded to the...

GeoEngineers Builds Environmental Group in Springfield Missouri Office
Aug 29, 2012

GeoEngineers, Inc. continues to grow its Environmental Services Group in the Midwest with recent hires and new projects. Joining the Springfield, Missouri office are Perry Friedrich, Chuck Kroeger, CHMM and...

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