steep, riprap-lined, leveed banks limited vegetation and floodplain access.
Near Milton-Freewater, Oregon
Newly diverse river habitat increases fish population and restores floodplain function
EXPERTISE
  • Ecological
    Permitting
    River Science & Engineering
MARKET
  • Water & Natural Resources
A design rendering illustrates the braided ramps feature on I-405/SR-520.
Bellevue, Washington
New braided freeway ramps replace dangerous traffic weaves for safer, faster commutes
EXPERTISE
  • Geotechnical
MARKET
  • Transportation
The Project Atlas user can select any combo of Vital Signs to view projects.
Puget Sound region, Washington State
GIS-based Performance Accountability Application summarizes project funding and locations in an easy-to-use map interface
EXPERTISE
  • Implementation Services/Software Development
    Market Solutions
MARKET
  • Water & Natural Resources
Friday Harbor and Spokane, Washington
Geoexchange heating and cooling systems provide compelling economic and environmental benefits
EXPERTISE
  • Geology
MARKET
  • Energy
The new single-span bridge was designed to be more tolerant to earth settlement
Ocean Shores, Washington
GeoEngineers' shallow-foundation solutions lessen the costs and environmental impact of replacing bridge
EXPERTISE
  • Geotechnical
    Permitting
MARKET
  • Transportation

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Our Commitments

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Accolades

From start to finish, we found GeoEngineers’ staff to be professional, responsive, and capable of handling all aspects of the [Lampson Reach] project. We are very satisfied with the result and look forward to working with them on future projects.

Jed Volkman, Habitat Biologist
Confederated Tribes of the
Umatilla Indian Reservation