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.
Pipeline Business Unit Leader, Principal Geotechnical Engineer
Mark’s a geotechnical engineer focusing on trenchless pipeline work. From Springfield Missouri, He manages the company’s trenchless energy group, which helps oil and gas and pipeline companies complete HDD installations of all sizes, anywhere in the world.
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.
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.
The outdoors has always called to me. Having the ability to interweave the outdoors with a career is what enticed me into the field of geology.
Cody likes spending time in the field—and that’s fortunate. Most of Cody’s responsibilities keep him away from the office and out in the natural environment he loves. He does site reconnaissance, samples soil and groundwater, characterizes the local geology and assesses landslide and other risks.
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.
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.
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.