I didn’t want to study medicine, so I became an earth doctor.
Denzel is an important part of our coastal restoration projects in Louisiana, where he records boring logs, collects soil samples and performs other important tasks in the field. The geotechnical work we do along Louisiana’s gulf coast is helping to rebuild threatened marsh and coastal ecosystems.
Steve adds a wealth of geotechnical and structural design experience to our Construction Design Group—a team of engineers specializing in design services for heavy civil infrastructure. To build large infrastructure projects like bridges, tunnels or piers, workers must design and build a variety of temporary structures to hold earthen or built components in place...
Franklin Grynkewicz helps lead GeoEngineers’ Construction Design Group, an interdisciplinary group of engineers that work primarily for contractors on heavy civil infrastructure projects. Throughout his 35-year career, Frank has focused on permanent and temporary structural designs, retaining walls, dewatering, ground improvement, deep foundations and tunnels. The temporary structural and geotechnical designs Frank and his...
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 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.
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.
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.
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.