People and projects worth shouting about
Design-Build Team Makes Headway on New SR 520 Floating Bridge
Jun 20, 2012

Construction is moving ahead on the Washington State Department of Transportation’s SR 520 Floating Bridge and Landings (FB&L) project. As part of the Kiewit/General/Manson (KGM) Joint Venture design-build team, GeoEngineers is currently working at two job sites, the east approach replacement bridge transition span and bridge maintenance facility located at Evergreen Point in Medina, and...

Port of Anacortes Environmental Project Wins 2012 WEDA Environmental Excellence Award
Jun 13, 2012

The Western Dredging Association (WEDA) has recognized the Port of Anacortes with the 2012 WEDA Environmental Excellence Award for the Port’s environmental remediation project at the former Scott Paper Mill in Anacortes, Washington. The award was presented June 12, 2012 at the organization’s annual conference in San Antonio, Texas. WEDA promotes the exchange of knowledge in fields related to...

Skagit County PUD No. 1 Taps GeoEngineers to Implement Asset Management System
Jun 12, 2012

Public Utility District No. 1 of Skagit County (Wash.) has selected GeoEngineers to implement a software solution to improve the District’s ability to efficiently manage its infrastructure assets. According to the District, Skagit County PUD No. 1 operates the most expansive water system in Skagit County, with over 22,400 metered services, serving approximately 65,000 people an average of nine...

Geo Staff Competes in Bike to Work Commuter Challenge
Jun 12, 2012

GeoEngineers’ employees in the Redmond, Seattle and Tacoma offices enthusiastically celebrated National Bike Month all during May. In the company’s fifth annual Bike to Work Commuter Challenge, teams from the three offices engaged in a friendly rivalry to see which office could cycle the most commuting miles and make the most bike commuting trips during the month. 29 employees participated in...

Tonquin Avenue Bridge Project Wins ASCE Region 8 Award
Jun 8, 2012

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Region 8 has honored the Tonquin Avenue Bridge project with the Minor Project of the Year Award.

This award recognizes the top project completed in 2011 with a total constructed value of less than $10 million that:

  • Improves the quality of life of people affected by the project,
  • Contributes to the project area’s...

GeoEngineers Welcomes William A. Wallace to Board of Directors
May 30, 2012

William A. (Bill) Wallace, an industry leader in strategic planning, new markets and sustainable development, has been appointed to GeoEngineers’ board of directors.

A chemical engineer, Bill is the founder and president of Wallace Futures Group, LLC, through which he provides consulting...

Tim Hanrahan, River and Natural Resources Specialist, Joins Firm
May 10, 2012

GeoEngineers is pleased to announce that Tim Hanrahan, PhD, has joined the company as a Senior Geomorphologist. Based in Richland, Washington, Tim will provide a broad range of natural resource services throughout the Pacific Northwest, strengthening connections between eastern Washington clients and GeoEngineers staff across the country.


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