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Geotechnical Engineering Leader Joins GeoEngineers
Mar 5, 2014

GeoEngineers, Inc. is pleased to announce Blake E. Cotton, PE, LEED© AP has joined the company as a Principal Geotechnical Engineer in its Baton Rouge, Louisiana office. Prior to joining GeoEngineers, Cotton spent more than 21 years with Fugro Consultants, Inc., where he was a Principal and Vice President of Louisiana Operations.

Cotton’s...


GeoEngineers Wins Top Honors at ACEC Missouri Engineering Excellence Awards
Feb 10, 2014

An innovative GeoEngineers directional microtunnel project for Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, LLC, which was recently featured in a special supplement of Trenchless Technology magazine, won the Grand Conceptor Award for the best overall project in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of...


ENR Names Board Member Bill Wallace a “Top 25 Newsmaker”
Jan 30, 2014

Engineering News-Record (ENR) has named William A. (Bill) Wallace, a chemical engineer and member of GeoEngineers’ Board of Directors, a “Top 25 Newsmaker” for his work as the primary designer of the Envision™...


Gates Foundation Project Wins State Engineering Award, Moves to National Competition
Jan 27, 2014

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Washington awarded GeoEngineers and our project partner KPFF Consulting Engineers the 2014 Special Projects Gold Award for our work on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation headquarters. The project features 12 acres of...


Two GeoEngineers Projects Featured in Trenchless Technology
Jan 8, 2014

The most recent issue of Trenchless Technology magazine features two horizontal directional drilling (HDD) projects by GeoEngineers. This issue also marks the sixth consecutive year Trenchless Technology has named GeoEngineers in the top 25 of its annual list of the top trenchless design firms.

The first feature focuses on a complex HDD project where GeoEngineers...


Time-Lapse Video of New Amazon Headquarters Foundation Pour
Jan 2, 2014

On December 14, 2013, GeoEngineers shot a time-lapse video of its project partner, Sellen Construction, pouring more than 11,000 cubic yards of concrete for the foundation of the first of three buildings that will make up the new Amazon headquarters in downtown Seattle. This volume of concrete is the equivalent of more than four Olympic-sized pools. The pour began in the early morning and ran...


GeoEngineers Among Several Firms Recognized for Exceptional Safety Performance
Dec 21, 2013

GeoEngineers was recently among several firms recognized at an awards ceremony celebrating a total of 750,000 hours worked without a loss-time injury on the GARVEE Transportation Program in Idaho.

The $988 million GARVEE Transportation Program is a funding initiative that uses Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicle (GARVEE) bonds to fund critical transportation improvements throughout the...


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