Free Geotechnical Engineering Study Sessions for the PE Exam!

Once again, GeoEngineers is offering free geotechnical study sessions to prepare engineers for the Professional Engineering (PE) Exam this Spring. The study sessions are open to local civil engineers of all backgrounds, and will cover geotechnical material for the morning (breadth) section of the exam. Our staff members volunteer their time to prepare and present […]

GeoEngineers Launches New Nashville Office

GeoEngineers is opening a new office in Nashville, Tennessee to better serve clients in this rapidly growing region. Newly hired Principal Rick Heckel PE, D.GE , a seasoned local geotechnical engineer and former owner of Ardent Geotechnical Consultants, will lead the office. Mr. Heckel’s technical experience has focused on land development—including large-scale projects like airports […]

Transportation Projects Win National Finalist ACEC Awards

Two GeoEngineers projects were recognized as national finalists by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), Washington Chapter, at its Engineering Excellence Awards on January 24. The South 224th Street Expansion/SR 167 Bridge won a National Finalist Gold Award in the transportation category, and the Little Pilchuck Creek Fish Passage Project won a National Finalist […]

Dan Campbell Wins ACEC-WA Engineer of the Year

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), Washington Chapter, selected Senior Principal Geotechnical Engineer and COO Dan Campbell as their Washington Engineer of the Year for his outstanding contributions to the engineering industry. ACEC announced the news at its 53rd Annual Engineering Excellence Awards Gala on Friday night. During Mr. Campbell’s 30-year career in the […]

GeoEngineers Hires Ty Graham as CFO

On Monday, GeoEngineers officially welcomed Ty Graham as the firm’s chief financial officer. Mr. Graham is a veteran CFO and investment manager with more than 30 years of experience in the fast-paced world of technology and venture capital—especially telecommunications. Early in his career Mr. Graham was the vice-president of international operations at AT&T Wireless, directing […]

A Groundbreaking Revelation with GeoEngineers

By Kirsten Hooper Kirsten Hooper completed an internship with GeoEngineers this summer after graduating from Seattle University. She then turned that opportunity into full-time work as a field technician as she prepares to return to school to complete a master’s program. That practical experience has helped Kirsten make important decisions about her future and jump-started […]

Light Up Your Ride at Tacoma Bike Safety Event

Once again, GeoEngineers is sponsoring Downtown on the Go’s Light Up Your Ride event in Tacoma, Washington. This annual event offers free bike lights to help keep the city’s riders safe during the darker fall and winter months. Just bring your bike by Red Elm Cafe on October 24 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. and pick up […]

Record-Breaking Louisiana Coastal Restoration Project Wins Engineering Excellence Award

GeoEngineers’ Caillou Lake Headlands restoration project recently won a Grand Conceptor Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Louisiana’s Engineering Excellence Awards program. The project was the top entry in the Water Resources category, recognized for its effectiveness in preserving the state’s sensitive dune and marsh habitats. The ambitious Caillou Lake Headlands Project […]

GeoEngineers Announces National Construction Design Group and Boston Office

GeoEngineers Inc. has launched a new national Construction Design Group to better serve contractors working in heavy civil infrastructure. The team is anchored by two experienced and well-respected additions to GeoEngineers, Franklin Grynkewicz and Steve Spencer, and will offer a comprehensive suite of design consulting services to contractors across the country. The new team is […]

PCCP Cofferdam Project Wins PDCA Project of the Year

A GeoEngineers temporary cofferdam project in New Orleans, Louisiana has won a Project of the Year Award from the Pile Driving Contractors Association (PDCA). GeoEngineers’ Performance-Based Engineering (PBE) Group delivered numerical modeling and geotechnical support services for the project, which required the deepest excavation in New Orleans history. The Permanent Canal Closure and Pumps (PCCP) […]

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