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Emerging Environmental Contaminants

Remediation strategies and regulations around emerging environmental contaminants are often rapidly evolving, and GeoEngineers’ environmental scientists and engineers work hard to stay on the cutting edge.

Fish Passage

Fishing is an important industry in Washington State, both now and historically. The state economy relies on fishing and aquaculture for more than $9 billion in revenue each year, making it one of the most productive fishing industries in the country. However, a combination of infrastructure and environmental factors are harming this critical natural and […]

Construction Design

GeoEngineers’ national construction design team specializes in a suite of interdisciplinary engineering design services for heavy civil contractors. The centerpiece of the team’s practice is structural and geotechnical design for the temporary structures needed during construction—trestles, piers, and earth- or water-retaining systems like soldier-pile walls or cofferdams. Their technical services include temporary structural design, geotechnical […]

MAR Solutions

Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) refers to storing water in natural underground aquifers when it is plentiful and available. If the water is left in the ground to revitalize a depleted groundwater system MAR is sometimes referred to as Aquifer Recharge (AR). The artificially stored water can also be recovered and used when it’s needed, a […]

Dam Engineering

Each of us relies on dams to generate hydroelectric power, manage our water supplies, and protect us from flooding. Today, many of our dams and levees are aging and safety is more important than ever. To meet these challenges, GeoEngineers offers comprehensive dam engineering services to help our clients accomplish their goals and meet regulatory […]

Performance-Based Design

Performance-based design (PBD) is an alternative approach to absolute factor-of-safety engineering standards. Engineers are facing an increasingly unpredictable world. Destructive weather events are becoming more frequent, and designing infrastructure based on traditional 100- or 500-year storm events may no longer be advisable if recurrence rates are increasing. Although traditional force-based and factor-of-safety analysis approaches are often still the required regulatory standards, GeoEngineers often uses a PBE approach, increasing the accuracy of our engineering recommendations for complex projects, and saving our clients money.

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