Free Hydraulic Fracture Webinar on September 27

Pipeline Webinar Episode 9: Everything Old is New Again Advancements in Hydraulic Fracture Analysis for HDD Applications with Dr. Ian Moore Join us in a discussion on how cavity expansion theory originally developed in the 1960s sheds light on which models/equations should be used to estimate the maximum allowable annular drilling fluid pressures before hydrofracture […]

ASDSO Dam Safety Conference 2023

We hope you can join us at the Association of State Dam Safety Officials’ (ASDSO) national dam safety conference from September 17-21 in Palm Springs, California. Our dam services team helps clients all over the country manage risks and maintain their critical infrastructure safely. They specialize in integrated services for hydropower projects, including geotechnical engineering, […]

Northeastern University Student Club Showcase

Geotechnical Engineer Mark Ruberti and Staff Geotechnical Engineer Farhad Ali are heading to Northeastern University on September 19 to meet with leaders from the university’s engineering clubs. It’s a chance for employers and student groups to discuss opportunities for collaboration over the coming school year. We hope to see you there! When: September 19 | […]

BYU Civil & Construction Career Fair

Geotechnical Engineer Stuart Thielmann and Recruiter Abbie Fiano will be at the Brigham Young University Civil & Construction Career Fair on September 20 to meet with students. Stop by and learn about GeoEngineers’ internship program, careers in professional consulting, and the work we do across the country. Head to the BYU website to RSVP and […]

Meet Us at the LSU Engineering Network Reception

GeoEngineers has had a long and successful relationship with Louisiana State University, and we’re going to be on campus again in September! LSU’s annual Engineering Networking Reception is on September 13, and GeoEngineers will be there to discuss job and internship opportunities. The reception brings students together with employers from across the country to network and this year that […]

Lecture and Student Outreach at UT Austin

Staff Geotechnical Engineer Kirsten Hooper is visiting with students and giving a technical talk at the University of Texas at Austin on September 8. The lecture, organized by the UT Austin Geo-Institute Student Chapter, will give students a practical look at GeoEngineers’ work on the I-405 and NE 132nd St. Interchange project for the Washington […]

EERI Webinar: Tools for Regional Scale Risk Assessments in the San Francisco Bay Area

Dr. Melanie Walling, PE, is participating in an upcoming webinar (August 30) on assessing seismic risks in the San Francisco Bay Area. The webinar, organized by the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute’s (EERI’s) Younger Members Committee, will give an overview of new regional risk assessment tools being developed by Pacific Gas & Electric. Visit EERI’s website […]

GeoEngineers mourns loss of Braydan DuRee, PE

It is with great sadness that GeoEngineers marks the loss of our friend and colleague, Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Braydan DuRee, PE. Braydan lost his life during a climbing accident in Grand Teton National Park on Thursday, July 20. Those who had the benefit of meeting or working with Braydan know that he did everything in […]

Becoming an Environmental Engineer: A Journey of Passion and Purpose

Environmental engineering is a fantastic field for women who want to innovate and develop solutions that protect the environment and improve living conditions to make the world a healthier place. Science and engineering have always been important in my life, but when I started in this field there were very few women. I am gratified […]

Geo Scholarship Awarded to Seattle U Student 

GeoEngineers sponsored a scholarship through the Puget Sound Engineering and Scholarship Fund (PSE&SSF) for the second year, and Seattle University freshman Carl Christopherson is this cycle’s worthy recipient.   The PSE&SSF is a non-profit that supports high school and college students with an interest in science and engineering. The organization runs advocacy programs and supports students […]

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