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Safety Award Winners Further Geo Safety Efforts
Jan 20, 2012

GeoEngineers’ first commitment is to safety, both in the field and in its 12 offices. To help keep safety top-of-mind among employees, GeoEngineers’ corporate health and safety manager, Wayne Adams, sponsors the Safety Award for Excellence (SAFE) quarterly competition. Wayne has just...


Puget Sound Partnership Chooses GeoEngineers for Performance Accountability System
Jan 11, 2012

The Puget Sound Partnership (PSP), a Washington State agency charged with leading, funding and coordinating efforts to protect and restore Puget Sound, has selected GeoEngineers’ Applied Technology team to develop a technology solution that will provide an in-depth view of the projects improving the health of the Puget Sound.

The Washington State Legislature will use the web-based...


GeoEngineers Rises in Trenchless Ranking
Jan 4, 2012

Trenchless Technology magazine ranked GeoEngineers 21st on its recently published list of Top 50 Trenchless Design Firms of 2011. GeoEngineers rose two positions in this year’s list, which is based on 2010 trenchless...


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...


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