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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...


Louisiana Principal Promoted, Elected to Board
Apr 27, 2011

GeoEngineers is pleased to announce that David P. Sauls, PE, Principal in GeoEngineers’ Baton Rouge, Louisiana office, was recently promoted to leader of the company’s South Business Unit. Sauls was also elected by the shareholders to GeoEngineers’ Board of Directors on March 5, 2011 at the company’s annual meeting in Seattle, Washington, where its headquarters are located....


GeoEngineers Rocks Trenchless Conference
Apr 11, 2011

GeoEngineers’ trenchless experts presented two papers at the recent North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) No-Dig 2011 conference March 28 – 30 in Washington DC. Michelle Ramos and Brian Ranney presented a paper titled Mixing Oil and Water—Lessons learned from oil/gas and municipal projects. This paper presented similarities and...


Fish and People: Finding a Balance
Mar 31, 2011

The best river environment for thriving salmon populations isn’t always the best for humans who also use the rivers and streams the fish inhabit. Efforts to enhance habitat with engineered structures such as engineered log jams (ELJs) and large woody debris placements can increase the risk of drowning or injury for fishers, swimmers, kayakers and whitewater rafters that visit the river for...


Applied Technology Team Adds GIS Expert
Mar 28, 2011

GeoEngineers is pleased to announce that Jaime Crawford is joining the company as an Associate in the Applied Technology team. She will be based in GeoEngineers’ Redmond, WA office.

Jaime brings 13 years of Geographic Information System (GIS) and geospatial database experience, most recently as Enterprise Spatial Solutions Director at Critigen. In her prior...


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