Combining my passion for the outdoors, my deep-seated scientific curiosity, and knack for solving puzzles has built the perfect storm for whole-hearted work infatuation.
Like many kids in Western Washington, Katy excitedly watched for clear days when “the mountain was out.” Katy grew up surrounded by interesting geology and diverse natural environments, and it had an impact. From an early age, she had questions about the natural processes around her. Studying geology was the answer. After completing a Masters...
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.
I treat every project like it’s my personal property and make sure to bring the best to our clients.
As a staff geotechnical engineer, Arash spends quite a bit of his time in the field, observing construction, taking samples and interfacing with our clients. He’s the on-site eyes and ears of the project managers and supports them in every way he can.
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...
One of the most challenging and fun parts of being a geotechnical engineer is the ability to come up with creative solutions from the variabilities and uncertainties of soil and rock masses.
Bo is one of our resident seismic experts, and his whole career has been driven by his desire to help protect people from the threat of natural disasters. He performs fieldwork, observes construction on behalf of our clients, and prepares seismic hazard analyses.
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.
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.