Working within our community has taught me that, in pursuit of bettering ourselves and our world, we need to embrace change.
Ethan spends his days at GeoEngineers answering the question, “How strong is dirt?” From site investigations to construction monitoring, Ethan enjoys the “art” side of soil mechanics and the balance between field and office work that an engineering career brings.
My work has always been driven by a desire to improve the world around us. In every position I’ve held, I’ve been thankful for the opportunity to work with talented colleagues who share that passion.
As a technical professional at GeoEngineers for more than 25 years, Dana has extensive experience. Her early work focused on environmental remediation for oil companies, and broadened to include work for clients that require a variety of environmental and geotechnical services.
Environmental engineering not only motivates me by the challenges it has to offer, but helping to restore Mother Nature also gives me a greater sense of contentment.
At GeoEngineers, Abhijit supports complex soil, sediment and groundwater remediation projects. He investigates contaminated sites, evaluates and interprets environmental data, develops remedial designs, prepares design drawings and specifications, creates project cost estimates, implements designs and monitors construction in the field.
One if my biggest priorities is making sure we get the client what they need to help them with the permitting process.
As one of GeoEngineers’ staff biologists, Jennifer provides biological resources support for projects involving wetlands, including terrestrial and aquatic habitat investigations, ecological assessments and riparian restoration and mitigation projects. She also prepares applications and supporting materials for biological permits.
I grew up with an understanding of how important water rights were for landowners, agricultural users, industry, city and towns and I love helping my clients navigate the process and manage their water.
Water rights is a complicated issue with layers of overlapping regulation affecting a lot of diverse stakeholders, and it’s Molly’s job to sort it all out for our clients. By cultivating authentic relationships with her clients, Molly is able to understand their needs and look for cooperative solutions.
I appreciate that GeoEngineers is a small enough firm that it is easy to get to know colleagues throughout the organization, but large enough to include professionals with a variety of talents and expertise to collaborate for creative problem solving.
Lindsay has worked on and managed a variety of high-profile and technically challenging geotechnical projects, including construction work in the downtown Seattle development market. She also leads on our portfolio of dam safety projects, and manages relationships with key Puget Sound clients.
I spend a lot of time in the field being the eyes and ears for our clients.
Lucy is putting her passion and expertise to work and doing her part to ensure that our projects meet technical and safety standards. She assists project managers with everything necessary to ensure that projects run smoothly and our clients’ interests are protected.