People and projects worth shouting about
Principal Elected Chair of Missouri Air Conservation Commission
Feb 16, 2016

The Missouri Air Conservation Commission elected Principal Geological Engineer Gary Pendergrass as chair at its meeting earlier this month. This is Gary’s third term as chair during the nine years he’s served on the seven-member commission. Gary leads GeoEngineers’ environmental...

Sustainable Bridge Project Receives Greenroads Silver Certification
Feb 11, 2016

A recently completed GeoEngineers bridge and roadway improvements project earned a Greenroads Silver Certification for its environmentally sustainable design and construction. GeoEngineers provided geotechnical design services for the James Street Bridge and Roadway Improvements project in Bellingham, Washington. In addition to vehicle, bicycle and...

Marquee Trenchless Project Wins ACEC Missouri Grand Award
Feb 9, 2016

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Missouri chapter honored GeoEngineers’ Direct Pipe® crossing of the Sabine Neches Waterway with a Grand Award at their annual Engineering Excellence Award Banquet on Friday night. This is...

Senior Principal Jim Harakas Honored with ASCE Distinguished Career Award
Feb 1, 2016

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Spokane Chapter recognized recently retired Senior Principal Jim Harakas’ career by presenting him with the chapter’s Distinguished Career Award. The award is a unique honor...

GeoEngineers Wins Big at 2016 ACEC Washington Awards
Jan 26, 2016

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Washington chapter recognized four GeoEngineers projects at their annual Engineering Excellence Awards on Friday, January 22.

The Kentch Reach River Restoration project in Northeastern Oregon won a Gold...

GeoEngineers is Top 25 Trenchless Firm for Eighth Consecutive Year
Jan 12, 2016

For the eighth consecutive year, Trenchless Technology magazine has placed GeoEngineers among the top 25 trenchless design firms in the country. The annual ranking for 2015, based on total trenchless billings, appeared...

1,000+ Days Without Lost Time Incident
Jan 6, 2016

It’s been more than 1,000 days since a GeoEngineers employee missed time due to a work-related injury. Wayne Adams, corporate health and safety program manager officer, credits this streak to an ongoing emphasis on safety throughout the company.

While GeoEngineers has always prioritized workplace safety, an unusually high number of OSHA-reportable incidents in 2012 prompted the company...

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