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 his life with passion and consummate skill. His technical work involved some of the most complex and demanding projects our company works on, but his calm, approachable demeanor always put his clients and project teams at ease. Over his more than 15 years at GeoEngineers, he willingly shared his talents with junior and senior staff alike, and he was the anchor of our growing Boise office. Braydan touched many lives across our company, and we will miss him greatly.
Engineering wasn’t the only thing Braydan did well. He was a husband and father of four and was deeply devoted to his family. Our hearts are with Braydan’s family during this very difficult time.
Please visit Braydan’s staff bio page if you would like to read more about his contributions to our company and his many skills and interests.