A Little Hope on Earth Day

It seems like every day we see new and more worrying headlines about our planet. The ocean is rising, species are dying, and it never seems like we’re doing enough to stop it. The conversation about climate change is almost always bleak, but maybe that’s part of the problem. It can be hard to take […]

52 Ways to Make a Difference This Earth Day

Earth Day is the perfect time to think about the responsibilities we have to our planet, and each other. Most of us want to do what we can to protect the world we share, but sometimes it’s difficult to know how. Our environmental challenges can be overwhelming, but we can make progress if we all […]

Chattanooga Times Free Press Features TDOT Project and GeoEngineers

The Chattanooga Times Free Press recently featured Emily Reed and GeoEngineers as a team began the geotechnical investigation for a long-awaited highway improvement project. The I-75/I-24 split outside of Chattanooga is notorious for causing traffic delays and accidents, and since 2019 the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) has been addressing these issues with a sprawling […]

See You at the USSD Annual Conference in San Diego!

The United States Society on Dams (USSD) is holding their first in-person annual conference in two years, and GeoEngineers will be there. The USSD Annual Conference and Exhibition attracts hundreds of dam professionals from across the country and beyond, and we’re excited to learn and talk shop. If you’re attending USSD in San Diego from […]

Talking Managed Aquifer Recharge at ISMAR 11

We’re headed to Long Beach, California, for the 11th International Symposium on Managed Aquifer Recharge from April 11-15. Principal Hydrogeologist Kevin Lindsey, one of GeoEngineers’ leading MAR experts, will be giving two presentations on Thursday, April 14. GeoEngineers is also exhibiting, so be sure to stop by our booth to hang out, play a game, […]

Upcoming EBC Dam Management Webinar

The Environmental Business Council (EBC) of New England is hosting a dam management webinar on March 31, focusing on the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and its impact on dams. The webinar will include three presentations on funding opportunities within the legislation for dam retrofits, rehabilitation and removal. GeoEngineers dam specialist Scott Anderson will […]

Upcoming HDD Presentation at SGA Spring Gas Conference

Two of GeoEngineers’ leaders in trenchless technology, Mark Miller and Trevor Hoyles, are presenting at the Southern Gas Association’s (SGA) Spring Gas Conference in Columbia, South Carolina. This annual four-day conference focuses on practical training for natural gas operators, and attracts professionals from across the industry. Mark and Trevor will be speaking about a range of […]

Webinar on Pipeline FERC Compliance Coming March 22

GeoEngineers is continuing its series of pipeline webinars with a March 22 panel discussion on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) guidance as it relates to HDD monitoring, inadvertent return response, and contingency plans. These webinars are meant to facilitate conversations and share pipeline best practices with other pipeline professionals, and this panel includes some of […]

McClaine Street Project Wins APWA, ACEC Awards

A GeoEngineers street improvement project in Silverton, Oregon, recently won a People’s Choice Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Oregon (ACEC Oregon) at this year’s Engineering Excellence Awards. This is the second notable award for the McClaine Street Improvements Project, which also earned a Project of the Year Award from the American […]

GeoEngineers Sponsors Idaho Future City Competition

GeoEngineers sponsored the recent Idaho Future City Competition at Boise State University, and Kevin Russ of our local Boise office volunteered his time to attend and help judge this annual event. On January 29, teams of sixth, seventh and eighth graders came together to show off their solutions to some of our society’s greatest STEM […]

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