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 won the class naturalist award in my preschool class. Things haven’t changed much.
As a staff biologist, Lydia spends a lot of her time outside researching potential environmental impacts for restoration and mitigation projects. Lydia has a passion for the environment, so that suits her just fine.
Senior Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Chairman of the Board
We contribute to our client's success by managing construction risk and costs created by challenging soil conditions.
David fills many roles at GeoEngineers. As chairman of the board, he helps develop new business and steers the company toward the future. As a geotechnical engineer with decades of experience in the soft soils of Louisiana, he designs infrastructure and takes the lead on many of our trenchless pipeline projects.
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.
Once I began doing environmental work I was immediately drawn to remediation work due to all the heavy equipment. Who didn’t own Tonka toys as a child?
Brandon is a part of GeoEngineers’ growing environmental team in Baton Rouge. Most of Brandon’s work deals with evaluating environmental contaminants on a particular site, and then recommending remediation strategies to remove or mitigate harmful material.
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.
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.