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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...


GeoEngineers Promotes Two Northwest Geotechnical Engineers
Jul 18, 2011

GeoEngineers is pleased to announce that geotechnical engineers Matt Smith, PE and D.J. Thompson, PE have been promoted to Principal and Associate, respectively.

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Spokane Office Finalist for Business Award
Jun 2, 2011

For the past 20 years, Greater Spokane Incorporated (GSI) has invited eastern Washington and north Idaho members, volunteers, business owners and the community to nominate businesses for an AGORA Award. AGORA is the Greek term for marketplace. The award recognizes Inland Northwest firms that demonstrate business excellence in the local community. GeoEngineers was nominated for this award and...


Bo McFadden Honored by ASCE
May 25, 2011

Bo McFadden, PE, LEG, was honored with a Distinguished Service Award at the 2011 Spring Seminar of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Seattle Section Geotechnical Group/Geo-Institute Chapter. The award recognizes Bo’s outstanding volunteer efforts and...


Port of Anacortes Hails GeoEngineers’ Work
May 20, 2011

On Friday, May 20, 2011, GeoEngineers staff members participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the re-opening of the Seafarers’ Memorial Park and the completion of the former Scott Paper Mill Site environmental clean-up project in Anacortes, Washington.

GeoEngineers designed and coordinated the two-year, $34-million-dollar project for the Port of Anacortes, in partnership...


GeoEngineers and Interns Connect via EWB
May 3, 2011

The adage, “volunteers often receive even more than they give” aptly describes the relationship between GeoEngineers and Engineers Without Borders (EWB). Marking a new phase in the relationship between the two organizations, two up-and-coming engineers who connected with GeoEngineers through EWB have begun internship positions with the company.

EWB supports aspiring engineers as they...


Field Notes

Air Quality Modeling: Solutions Through Simulation
BY JOSEPH STOLLE, PE
Precipitation and Landslide Occurrence
BY CRAIG F. ERDMAN, LG, CEG, PG

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