Inspiring the Next Generation of Engineers for Engineering Week 2019

During Engineering Week (February 17-23), GeoEngineers takes time to celebrate and raise awareness about the profession. Often, this means finding opportunities to teach students about engineering and adjacent STEM fields. Watch for announcements all week about the local engineering week events GeoEngineers is sponsoring or supporting. GeoEngineers’ dedication to educating and inspiring the next generation […]

Baton Rouge Office Hosts Magnet School Job Shadowing

GeoEngineers’ Baton Rouge office recently hosted a group of five students from Scotlandville Magnet High School. Jennie Aguettant and Alicia Sellers (Baton Rouge) led the group in presentations and activities, with the help of the drilling and lab departments. The day included demonstrations of drilling and lab equipment, along with a first-hand account from one […]

Duvall Earth and Arbor Day Festival

Come celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day with us this Saturday in Duvall, Washington! GeoEngineers will have an educational geology booth at the city’s annual Earth and Arbor Day Festival on April 21 in Depot Park. The festival runs from 11:00-2:00 pm and also includes stations with information on birds, mammals, stormwater, water conservation, salmon, recycling, […]

Idaho ASCE Releases Infrastructure Report Card

The Southern Idaho Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released their 2018 Report Card for Idaho’s Infrastructure on March 8 during a press event hosted by GeoEngineers’ Braydan DuRee. The Idaho Section released letter grades for seven categories of infrastructure, and an overall average grade of “C-” for the state. The annual […]

WTS Gala Spotlights Women in Transportation

A large group of GeoEngineers staff attended the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala on March 1. GeoEngineers has a strong relationship with WTS, a professional organization promoting women in the transportation industry, and our staff have volunteer roles in several regional chapters. The gala has become one of the premiere transportation […]

Take a Stand for Science

On Saturday April 22, I will be participating in the March for Science in Tacoma. I have been involved in Earth Day celebrations since 1993 when I helped plan our local event at Tacoma Community College. I feel blessed every day to work as a geologist in my hometown of Tacoma. It’s where I grew […]

Geo Staffer Helps Resettle Nepalese Earthquake Survivors

Staff Geologist Eliya Ganger is harnessing her professional skills to help families displaced by the April and May 2015 Nepal earthquakes to safely rebuild their communities and their lives. During a recent volunteer trip to Nepal through Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA), Eliya and a small team identified potential geohazards, unstable slopes and other dangers, as […]

Small Community Service Projects are Infectious

   As an Eagle Scout and current Boy Scout leader I am always on the lookout for opportunities to improve my community. Often situations where a small improvements are made, such as adding a bench to a community park or updating a sign for a local nonprofit, can make a big difference. Earlier this year our […]

A Tribute on the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

As we recognize the 70th anniversary of D-Day, GeoEngineers would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the men and women who serve in our Armed Forces, especially those who fought for our freedom in World War II and every other war past and present. In honor of this anniversary, we’d like to […]

Susan Arrigoni Named United Way Campaign Coordinator of the Year

The United Way of Whatcom County recently named GeoEngineers Administrative Coordinator and Marketing Assistant Susan Arrigoni its campaign coordinator of the year. Susan attained a 100 percent participation rate among GeoEngineers’ Bellingham office during this year’s campaign and wrote a heart-felt editorial to The Bellingham Herald about the positive results of participating in the campaign. […]

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