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GeoEngineers Brightens the Holidays for Engineers Without Borders
Nov 30, 2011

Thanks to a prosperous year made possible by our clients and many successful projects, GeoEngineers is celebrating the 2011 holiday season with a significant contribution to Engineers Without Borders-USA.

EWB-USA is a non-profit organization of student and professional engineers and scientists that design and develop sustainable engineering projects for communities in developing...

Shoring Demonstration Offers Regulators Important New Information
Nov 28, 2011

A Seattle private family foundation’s headquarters project provided GeoEngineers with the opportunity to advance the understanding of soldier pile and tieback shoring systems through a full-scale demonstration project designed to assess the risk associated with leaving temporary tieback anchors stressed following construction.

Tieback anchors typically include steel strands installed in...

GeoEngineers Helps United Way Make a Difference in the Pacific Northwest
Nov 11, 2011

The United Way 2011 Live United Campaign gave GeoEngineers’ staff located in the Pacific Northwest one more way to support the communities where they live and work. Employees in its Redmond, Seattle, Portland and Bellingham offices gave a combined total of $29,000 to United Way this year. GeoEngineers’ 30% company match brings the company’s total contribution to nearly $38,000 to date...

David Eley, PE Shares Coastal Engineering Expertise at ASBPA Conference
Nov 2, 2011

David Eley, PE, GeoEngineers’ Baton Rouge group leader and associate engineer, presented a talk titled “Estimating Consolidation Settlement for Coastal Fill Projects” at the American Shore and Beach Protection Association (ASBPA) 2011 Coastal Conference, held in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 18-21, 2011. The ASBPA...

GeoEngineers’ Missouri Office Expands Services with Senior Hydrogeologist Hire
Oct 25, 2011

GeoEngineers, Inc. is pleased to announce that Eric T. Mosley, PG recently joined the company as a senior hydrogeologist in its Springfield, Missouri office. Mosley’s hire will further expand the firm’s geotechnical, environmental and geological engineering services in the Midwest.

Mosley has more than 17...

GeoEngineers Part of Winning Team for SR 520 Floating Bridge Project
Aug 11, 2011

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announced today that joint venture Kiewit-General-Manson submitted the apparent best combination of bid price and technical proposal for replacing the aging SR 520 floating bridge across Lake Washington. GeoEngineers is part of the Kiewit team and will provide geotechnical, seismic and hydrogeological services on this signature project...

Well-Known Environmental Engineer Joins GeoEngineers
Aug 1, 2011

Ken Fellows, a noted Puget Sound area civil engineer and frequent collaborator on environmental engineering projects in the region, will be joining GeoEngineers as a principal engineer. He will work out of the Tacoma office beginning August 25.

With more than 20 years of experience in the...

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