GeoEngineers to Help Repair Recurring Sinkhole Collapse in Arkansas

GeoEngineers is helping officials in Harrison, Arkansas, analyze and repair a sinkhole that suddenly reopened in April—the latest in a series of collapses in the Chelsea Circle community. The first sinkhole appeared in 2017, but so far, repair efforts have not had long-term success. Local authorities backfilled the sinkhole twice since then, but it has […]

Caminada Headlands Project Team Achieves Milestone with 2019 National Beach Restoration Award

GeoEngineers is proud to have been part of the design team for the Coastal Protection Restoration Authority’s (CPRA) Caminada Headlands Beach and Dune Restoration project, which recently won the national award for 2019 Best Restored Beaches from the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA). The Caminada Headlands project, located southwest of Grand Isle, Louisiana, […]

Fingers in the Dam: Managing Risk in a Crumbling Dam Network

The United States relies on a vast network of dams to power our homes, fill our tubs, and protect our communities from flooding. Many of these dams were built during the infrastructure boom of the ‘50s and ‘60s, or even earlier, and are now in desperate need of modernization or replacement. It’s been estimated that, […]

2019 Southwest Geotechnical Conference

We’re gearing up for the 2019 Southwest Geotechncial Engineering Conference (SWGEC) in Louisiana this week. The conference is hosted by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LADOTD) and focuses on all things geotechnical, geological and geophysical—especially as these fields relate to transportation projects. It attracts a range of professionals, contractors, regulators, suppliers and manufacturers […]

GeoEngineers Contributes to APWA-Award-Winning Creek Restoration Project

The Washington chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) recently gave Illabot Creek Alluvial Fan Restoration their Project of the Year award for structural projects costing less than $5 million. GeoEngineers contributed geotechnical services to this important public works and environmental restoration project in eastern Skagit County, Washington. Like many rivers near developed areas, […]

Two New GeoEngineers Offices Anchor Emerging Markets

GeoEngineers is growing with the addition of new offices in Houston, Texas and Charleston, South Carolina. The offices are strategic investments meant to increase the firm’s operational capacity in important new markets, and they bring GeoEngineers’ offices to a total of 14 nationwide. Several strategic hires are leading business efforts in the new Houston office. […]

GeoEngineers Rising Among Top 500 Design Firms

This year, GeoEngineers moved up nine spots in Engineering News-Record’s (ENR’s) annual list of the top 500 design firms in the United States by revenue. The 2019 ranking puts GeoEngineers at 217, up from 226 last year, with total billings approaching $72 million. The decade-long growth of the U.S. design industry is still outlasting the […]

GeoEngineers is Top 50 Trenchless Firm for 11th Straight Year

GeoEngineers ranks 25th on Trenchless Technology’s list of the Top 50 Trenchless Design Firms of 2018. The annual ranking is based on total reported trenchless project billings in North America. As one of the top trenchless firms in the United States, GeoEngineers has made the list consistently for the past 11 years. Over the past […]

Clean Water Project Wins National APWA Award

The American Public Works Association (APWA) gave a National Project of the Year Award to GeoEngineers’ Oak Harbor Clean Water Facility project. The state-of-the-art water treatment center won in the $75 million+ environmental category. This is the second award for the project, following the Washington APWA’s recognition of Oak Harbor for their state Project of […]

Gold Sustainability Certificate for GeoEngineers in Oregon

GeoEngineers recently qualified for a gold certification from Clackamas County, Oregon for leadership in sustainability. The county recognizes local companies that actively work to conserve energy and water while investing in their employees and the community—and GeoEngineers qualified for their most rigorous certification. Clackamas County recognized GeoEngineers for integrating environmentally sustainable strategies in as many […]

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