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Charlie Eustis, PE, Receives 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award from ASCE Baton Rouge Branch
Aug 16, 2013

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Baton Rouge Branch recently honored GeoEngineers’ Principal Geotechnical Engineer Charlie L. Eustis, PE, with its 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award. The honor recognizes Eustis’s professional achievement in civil engineering and his character, integrity and...


Columbia Basin Hydrology and Fisheries Expert Joins GeoEngineers
Aug 5, 2013

Jim Webster, a hydrology and fisheries expert with more than 20 years of experience in water resource management, has joined GeoEngineers as a senior hydrologist. He adds to GeoEngineers’ water resources expertise in fisheries, watershed conditions and water quantity and quality issues. In conjunction with Webster’s...


Four GeoEngineers Teams Compete in 2013 Ski to Sea Race
Jul 1, 2013

Four teams, representing almost 10 percent of GeoEngineers’ staff, completed the 2013 Ski to Sea Race over Memorial Day weekend in Whatcom County near Bellingham, Wash. The 32 relay racers, sponsored by GeoEngineers, covered more than 93 miles from Mt. Baker to Bellingham Bay, competing in seven different sports: cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, running, road biking, canoeing, mountain...


Inspiration Point Overlook Reconstruction Project Receives Federal Award
Jun 17, 2013

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration awarded the City of Bellingham a 2012 Exemplary Human Environment Initiative Award for the Inspiration Point Overlook reconstruction completed in 2011. GeoEngineers provided geotechnical engineering and a...


GeoEngineers Welcomes New Principal Environmental Geologist, Michael R. Warfel, to Portland Office
Jun 13, 2013

GeoEngineers is excited to announce that Michael Warfel, LG, LHG, has joined the company as a principal environmental geologist. Based in GeoEngineers’ Portland office, Warfel will lead major environmental and geologic projects in Portland and the western U.S. Additionally, he will help manage GeoEngineers’ Portland environmental...


GeoEngineers Updgrades Baton Rouge Office Laboratory with Certifications, Equipment
May 13, 2013

GeoEngineers' in-house laboratory in Baton Rouge, Louisiana has earned certification from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). This adds to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and ASTM International—formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)—laboratory certifications that the office earned in 2012.

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Bertschi School Science Wing Certified as Fourth Living Building in the World
Apr 25, 2013

The science wing of the Bertschi School, an independent elementary school near downtown Seattle, Washington, is now a fully certified Living Building. Completed in 2011, the 3,380 square foot Living Building Science Wing is the first Living Building on the West Coast and the world’s fourth fully-certified Living Building. This is the first built project to meet the standards of version 2.0 of...


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