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 […]

ASTM International Phase I ESA Standard and Emerging Contaminants

Environmental regulations and best practices are constantly evolving. As a consulting firm, it’s our job to help our clients understand the regulatory landscape and predict how changes may affect their business. Right now, we’re watching PFAS.   Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, are a class of synthetic fluorine compounds known for their ability to repel […]

Sr. Staff Teach UW Construction Management Class This Semester

Senior Principal Geotechnical Engineer Matt Smith is leading a group of senior GeoEngineers staff in one of their most challenging projects to date—teaching college students. This semester, they’re team-teaching CM 432 Soils and Foundations, an upper-level prerequisite class in the University of Washington’s School of Construction Management.  Last August, Matt Smith’s name came up during a steering committee search for a replacement teacher for Soils and Foundations. Committee members were familiar […]

Upcoming EBC New England PFAS Seminar

GeoEngineers is pleased to be sponsoring the Environmental Business Council of New England’s 3rd Annual PFAS Seminar on February 15. The seminar will cover the potential environmental impacts of PFAS (per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) and the need for trustworthy and consistent analytical methods for this class of synthetic fluorine compounds. PFAS repel water and oil, […]

Watching the Slopes: Landslide Mitigation and Response

Landslides are a real public safety hazard in many areas of the United States. They can have devastating effects on people and property, but because they often occur in less populated areas, the risks and causes of landslides are sometimes overlooked. I have spent most of my 40-year geotechnical career working in the Pacific Northwest […]

Amin Azimi Wins Gold for Bio-Concrete at International Invention Fair

A unique bio-concrete earned new GeoEngineers employee Amin Azimi a gold medal at the Seoul International Invention Fair (SIIF) earlier this month. Amin’s academic background at Louisiana Tech University and the University of Technology Malaysia led him to develop a number of innovative technologies and products, and over the years he has showcased them in […]

Sue Bator, LSP, Joins GeoEngineers’ Boston Office

GeoEngineers is pleased to welcome Sue Bator, LSP, to its Boston office. Ms. Bator joined the firm’s environmental team as a Principal Environmental Scientist. Specializing in environmental assessment, remediation and policy, Ms. Bator has managed projects for a variety of industrial, municipal, and development clients in Massachusetts and across the Northeast during the past 23 […]

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