EERI Webinar: Tools for Regional Scale Risk Assessments in the San Francisco Bay Area

Dr. Melanie Walling, PE, is participating in an upcoming webinar (August 30) on assessing seismic risks in the San Francisco Bay Area. The webinar, organized by the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute’s (EERI’s) Younger Members Committee, will give an overview of new regional risk assessment tools being developed by Pacific Gas & Electric. Visit EERI’s website […]

Free Direct Pipe® Webinar Coming June 13

PIPELINE WEBINAR EPISODE 8: Criss-Crossing the Capital Beltway Join us as GeoEngineers Senior Construction Consultant Gary Castleberry and representatives from Dominion Energy (owner) and Michels Corporation (contractor) discuss a recent project where the Direct Pipe® trenchless installation method was selected for a 230kV electrical transmission line installation beneath I-66, I-495, and the Washington Metropolitan Area […]

Duvall Earth and Arbor Day Festival on April 22

Come celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day with us this Saturday in Duvall, Washington! Community resident Lisa Bona is running an educational geology booth at the city’s annual festival on April 22 in Depot Park. It’s a great chance for hands-on learning! The festival runs from 11:00-2:00 pm and also includes a terrarium-making station, tree and […]

Rise Up and Reach Out at the APWA WA Spring Conference

GeoEngineers will be exhibiting at the upcoming American Public Works Association (APWA) Washington Spring Conference, and we hope you can join us! Stop by our both and say hello to David Conlin, Layne Alfonso, Deb Overbay, Lisa Bona, Lyle Stone, and Stefani Braicks, or look for us at the welcome reception on April 25. We’ll […]

ASCE Baton Rouge Luncheon to Discuss the Future of Waste Landfills

The Baton Rouge Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is hosting its monthly luncheon on April 20 from 11:30 to 1:00 pm (CT), and Dr. Ricardo de Abreu will be giving a presentation on the future of waste landfills. Dr. de Abreu is a founding Principal of Fourrier & de Abreu Engineers […]

Talking Dam Resilience at USSD Annual Conference

A group of GeoEngineers’ dam experts is headed to Charleston, South Carolina for the United States Society of Dams (USSD) 2023 Annual Conference from April 17 – 21, and we hope to see you there! Devon McLay, Melanie Walling, Yanbei Zhang, and Andrea Rocha will be on hand to attend technical sessions and talk shop.

Talking Piles at 24th PDCA Conference

Construction Design Discipline Lead Steve Spencer will be presenting at the upcoming Pile Driving Contractor Association Annual Conference in San Diego from February 7-9. The 24th PDCA Conference provides a forum for experts from the driven pile community, private business, government and academia to network, conduct business and share best practices. Steve is joining partner […]

Webinar on Hammer-Induced Pipe Fatigue Coming March 7

Pipeline Webinar Episode 7: Don’t Wear Your Pipe Out! GeoEngineers is continuing its series of free pipeline webinars with a March 7 presentation on the risks of pipe fatigue during pipeline installation. Join us as Urso Campos presents on the risks of hammer-induced fatigue in steel pipe, highlighting in particular how the duration of hammer use […]

Popular Cookie Exchange Client Event Returns to Spokane and Boise

For the past eight years, GeoEngineers has hosted an annual holiday “cookie exchange” for partners and clients near our Spokane, Washington office. In addition to Spokane, this year GeoEngineers is partnering with KPFF to host a cookie exchange event in Boise, Idaho. It’s a great chance to see our friends in the A/E/C industry, share […]

Light up Your Ride, Tacoma!

On November 3, GeoEngineers is sponsoring a “Light Up Your Ride” event to distribute free bike lights to the Tacoma, Washington community. The annual event is hosted by Downtown On The Go, an organization advocating for alternate transportation in downtown Tacoma, and a longtime friend of GeoEngineers. GeoEngineers has sponsored this event for the past seven […]

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