From Medicine to Earth Doctor: Finding a New Calling as an Environmental Scientist

When Roger Chang began his undergrad studies at the University of Washington Tacoma (UWT), he was thinking about entering the medical field. Not sure it was the career for him, Roger was inspired to switch to environmental science by UWT professors and mentors he respected. It paid off in ways he didn’t expect, and today […]

Whitney Ciani Recognized as Notable Woman in STEM

Senior Geotechnical Engineer Whitney Ciani has been nominated for the Notable Women in STEM Project, a featured list of talented STEM professionals in Washington. The list is curated by Washington STEM, a non-profit STEM advocacy organization based in Seattle. Like many women in the field, Whitney understands the difference that established professionals and mentors can […]

GeoEngineers Begins Trenchless Work on 600-Mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline

GeoEngineers’ Pipelines Business Unit is beginning fieldwork for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project (ACP), an approximately 600-mile natural gas transmission pipeline that promises to deliver cleaner energy and economic expansion to the Mid-Atlantic region. The ACP will stretch from West Virginia to eastern North Carolina and includes several lateral extensions to important electric power plants […]

Journal of Business Highlights Collaborative Leadership in Spokane

The Spokane Journal of Business spotlighted GeoEngineers’ Spokane office today for its collaborative approach to leadership after the retirement of Jim Harakas, the founder of our work in Spokane. Faced with the possibility of a leadership vacuum, experienced staff stepped up to share the responsibility of guiding our work in the region. From the article: […]

GeoEngineers Project Wins AASHTO National Award

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) gave a GeoEngineers project its 2018 President’s Transportation Award in the Environment category. A GeoEngineers team led by Braydan DuRee (Boise) contributed geotechnical services to the winning Big Wood River Bridge project near Sun Valley, Idaho. The project team received the award at the 2018 […]

Our Portland Office has Moved

GeoEngineers’ Portland office has moved. The new building is outside of downtown in an attractive Lake Oswego neighborhood south of Portland. The location may be new, but clients can expect the same high standard of professional service. If you’re in the area, swing by and say hello! GeoEngineers Portland Office 4000 Kruse Way Place Building […]

GBA Fall Conference

GeoEngineers’ Blake Cotton and David Sauls will be joining 150+ geoprofessional executive level industry leaders for the Geoprofessional Business Association’s (GBA’s) 2018 Fall Conference. This two and a half day conference will offer exceptional education programs, networking and social events allowing you the opportunity to connect, learn, and collaborate with major stakeholders within the industry. […]

APWA Oregon Fall Conference

Come see us at the upcoming American Public Works Association (APWA) Oregon Fall Conference. Greg Landau, Adrienne Lindsey and Julio Vela are attending. Swing by booth 32 and have some fun with our “Day in the Life of an Engineer” Mad Lib game. Play along and we’ll inter you into a contest for a Yeti […]

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 fall. 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 […]

Louisiana A&WMA Annual Conference

Two of our incredible environmental engineers, Joe Stolle and Mike Thompson, are heading to the the A&WMA Annual Conference in Baton Rouge. The event, hosted by the Air & Waste Management Association, is a platform for air and waste professionals to meet and collaborate. This year the conference is being held at the familiar L’Auberge […]

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