People and projects worth shouting about
GeoEngineers Talks Resiliency
Sep 15, 2015

GeoEngineers is pushing forward the conversation on resiliency by participating in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) Resilience Challenge Summit 2015 on Wednesday, Sept. 16, in Seattle. Environmental Engineer John Peters PE, ENV SP, is co-presenting on “...

GeoEngineers Shortlisted for NCE Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards
Sep 10, 2015

GeoEngineers, Inc. has been shortlisted in the Design Innovation of the Year category at the 2015 Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards for its Direct Pipe® Crossing of the Sabine-Neches Waterway and Levee Project.


GeoEngineers Presents on EWB-USA and the Role of Engineering in Humanitarian Work
Sep 8, 2015

Representatives from more than 50 Sacramento area engineering firms are gathering this month to hear stories of engineering in action as a humanitarian tool. Principal Geologist Dave Cook, LG, CPG, the incoming national president of...

Our Portland Office Has a New Downtown Location
May 19, 2015

Our office in Portland, Oregon, has moved from the outskirts of the city to a much more central location north of downtown. The new office space is located in the Albers Mill Building, a former flour mill built in the early 1900s that sits on the banks of the Willamette River next to the Broadway Bridge.

The new office’s address is...

GeoEngineers Moves Up in ENR’s Annual Rankings of Top U.S. Design Firms
May 11, 2015

Engineering News Record (ENR) recently published their annual list of the top 500 design firms in the country by revenue. GeoEngineers moved up two spots in the ranking from last year, coming in at 195. This is the second consecutive year of upward growth for the company, which jumped 23 spots in...

GeoEngineers Designs First Successfully-Completed U.S. Direct Pipe® Installation Under a Levee
May 7, 2015

GeoEngineers is pleased to announce the successful completion of the first Direct Pipe® crossing of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)-regulated levee. The 48-inch-diameter pipeline stretches for more than a half-mile crossing under the Sabine Neches Waterway and the levee and railroad tracks in Port Arthur, Texas. It will bring water from Port Arthur to Cheniere Energy’s LNG...

How Geoprofessionals Can Help With Recovery Efforts in Nepal
Apr 30, 2015

Here at GeoEngineers, our hearts are with the devastated communities of Nepal after this weekend’s catastrophic earthquake. Our staff have been sharing resources and ideas of ways that engineers and GIS professionals can lend their talents to help with rescue and recovery efforts. We’re posting those links here for others in the larger geoprofessional community who may want to donate their...

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