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) […]

I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project Wins Award

GeoEngineers’ I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East project won an America’s Transportation Award and is one of 12 finalists competing for the national Grand Prize and People’s Choice Award. The project was nominated for “Best Use of Technology and Innovation” for the careful integration of wildlife habitat and highway crossings. The project successfully widened a 15-mile stretch […]

Steve Spencer Joins GeoEngineers as Principal Engineer

Steve Spencer, PE, recently joined GeoEngineers Inc. as a principal geo-structural engineer and key member of the firm’s new national Construction Design Group. Over the past three decades, Mr. Spencer has served as lead engineer for more than 75 marine, underground and foundation design projects. He carved out a reputation as a design engineer for […]

Franklin Grynkewicz Joins GeoEngineers as Senior Principal

Franklin Grynkewicz recently joined GeoEngineers Inc. as a senior principal geotechnical engineer as part of the firm’s acquisition of Boston-based FGG Consulting. As FGG’s sole proprietor, Mr. Grynkewicz has done it all. Throughout his 35-year career, Mr. Grynkewicz has focused on permanent and temporary excavation-support systems, dewatering, ground improvement, deep foundations and tunnels. Mr. Grynkewicz […]

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 […]

Loyola Interchange Launches with Contract Signing Event

Larry Sant attended a contract signing event to kick off the I-10/Loyola Interchange project—a $125.6 million new entrance for Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. GeoEngineers is providing geotechnical services for this marquee Louisiana transportation project. The event drew officials from across the state, including Secretary of Transportation Shawn Wilson and Louisiana Department of Transportation […]

Principal is one of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year

The Springfield Business Journal recently named Principal Geological Engineer Gary Pendergrass one of their 2019 Men of the Year. Each year the magazine selects 20 influential leaders from the Springfield and Southwest Missouri business community, and this year Pendergrass was recognized for his many accomplishments. Pendergrass has been a leader in investigating and characterizing the […]

Alicia Sellers Receives 2019 ASCE Outreach Award

Congratulations to Alicia Sellers (Baton Rouge) for receiving the 2019 ASCE Baton Rouge Chapter Outreach Award. We are proud of Alicia’s incredible work volunteering her time to organize and conduct educational workshops that introduce kids to the world of engineering. ASCE awarded Alicia with the 2019 Outreach Award on Thursday, June 20th at the Past […]

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 […]

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