Four Tips for a Successful Design-Build Project

Our modern society depends on large, complex civil engineering projects like bridges, skyscrapers and mass transit systems. It takes more than just engineering and construction expertise to build our cities and public infrastructure—it takes effective project management and collaboration. Moving a project from rough concept to completion requires careful planning, cooperative problem solving, and a […]

Committed to Change

Let’s get straight to the point. Black Lives Matter and at GeoEngineers we are 100 percent committed to working towards equality and justice for people of color and cultural minorities. At GeoEngineers, we have a goal to be the best people on Earth, and that starts with understanding and listening to others who are struggling—who have […]

APWA Award for Granary Avenue and Laurel Street Project

GeoEngineers’ Granary Avenue and Laurel Street Project in Bellingham, Washington, has received a National Project of the Year Award from the American Public Works Association (APWA) for transportation projects between $5 and $25 million. The project is an important step toward the City of Bellingham’s vision for a revitalized downtown waterfront. Historically, this portion of […]

Redeveloping Riverfront Park

I’ve had the privilege of growing up in Spokane, and it’s been amazing to watch the city change over the past 40 years. During all that time, Riverfront Park has been a part of my life. The historic 100-acre downtown park includes picturesque scenery of the Spokane River, event spaces, two islands and one of […]

Free STEM Activity Book for Children Available

GeoEngineers is pleased to offer a free educational activity book for children. It is one small way we can support parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. The STEM at Home Children’s Activity Book is a fun and educational way to keep your children occupied at home. The activities are meant to introduce children ages 2-10 to […]

Fishing Wars Memorial Bridge Wins APWA Project of the Year

The Fishing Wars Memorial Bridge in Tacoma, Washington won a 2020 Project of the Year Award from the American Public Works Association (APWA) in the $25-$75 million structures category. GeoEngineers Inc. provided geotechnical services for a partial replacement of this heavily trafficked bridge over the Puyallup River. The bridge had been carrying traffic over the […]

Record-Breaking Coastal Restoration Project Receives National ACEC Award

GeoEngineers’ Caillou Lake Headlands restoration project off the Louisiana coast recently won a National Recognition Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies’ (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Awards program. This is the second award the project received from ACEC. In 2019, the project also earned a Grand Award from the Louisiana ACEC chapter for its effectiveness […]

GeoEngineers is Top 50 Trenchless Firm for 12th Straight Year

GeoEngineers ranks 22nd on Trenchless Technology’s list of the Top 50 Trenchless Design Firms of 2019. 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 12 years. Over the past decade, GeoEngineers […]

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 […]

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