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GeoEngineers Adds Environmental Principal to Spokane Office
Nov 24, 2015

Dustin Wasley, PE, has joined GeoEngineers’ Spokane office as a principal environmental engineer. He will lead environmental projects for a wide range of clients throughout the region, and his deep background with the mining industry, including specialized environmental services associated with abandoned and inactive mine sites,...


Baton Rouge Office Celebrates 50 Years of Service Along Gulf Coast
Nov 2, 2015

GeoEngineers’ Baton Rouge office celebrated 50 years of serving the Gulf Coast on October 22. The event drew about 150 people to the Capitol Park Museum – Louisiana State Museum for hors d’oeuvres, drinks and live music. Staff said it was an ideal chance to bring clients and employees together to celebrate the past and look forward to the future.

“It’s impressive,” said Principal...


GeoEngineers Ranked Third-Best Employer in Baton Rouge
Oct 15, 2015

This week GeoEngineers was selected as the third best large company to work for in Baton Rouge by Business Report magazine. The report highlights GeoEngineers’ employee stock options, excess time and performance bonuses, volunteer and service awards, employee subsidies and professional development programs.

The annual Best Places to Work in Baton Rouge ranking relies on employee surveys...


GeoEngineers Celebrates 35-Year Anniversary
Oct 5, 2015

GeoEngineers celebrated its 35th anniversary Tuesday, Sept. 29, by recalling the early years of the firm. Co-founder Jack Tuttle headlined a lunch event in our Redmond, Washington office where he spoke with former CEO Kurt Fraese about the origins of GeoEngineers. The conversation was broadcast live to offices across the country.

Jack served as the first president of GeoEngineers from...


One Year Anniversary of Oso SR 530 Reopening
Sep 22, 2015

Senior Scientist Wayne Wright returned to Oso, Washington, Friday in advance of the Sept. 22 anniversary of the reopening of SR 530 following the catastrophic landslide last year. Wayne toured the site and was pleased with the conditions of the waterways.

“Overall it looked really great,” Wayne says. “There was no scour, erosion or downcutting in the new stream channels. There’s a reason...


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.

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Field Notes

Precipitation and Landslide Occurrence
BY CRAIG F. ERDMAN, LG, CEG, PG
The Long-Term Value of Geotechnical Reports
BY IVY HARMON, P.E.

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