Tag: Technical Excellence

ASCE Recognizes Two GeoEngineers Projects with National Awards

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently recognized two GeoEngineers projects with Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Honor Awards. UDOT’s I-15 Technology Corridor and the City of Bellevue’s NE Spring Boulevard were two of eight projects earning this national recognition. The I-15 Technology Corridor project widened the highway to six lanes in each direction […]

32nd Annual Louisiana Civil Engineering Conference & Show

GeoEngineers is participating in this year’s Louisiana Civil Engineering Conference, and we hope to see you there. Principal Geotechnical Engineer Dave Eley and Geotechnical Engineer Nafi Haque are both presenting at the conference. On Thursday morning, Dave will be co-presenting with Engineering Division Supervisor Shannon Haynes of Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA). GeoEngineers has […]

Dan Campbell to Participate in OneAEC State of the Industry Panel

The world is changing fast, and the architecture, engineering and construction industry must change with it. Join us to discuss the changing landscape at OneAEC’s upcoming industry panel in Spokane, Washington on October 13. OneAEC is a professional development organization dedicated to supporting the A/E/C industry in the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene region, and they […]

APWA WA Fall Conference “One Chapter. One Community.”

The Washington State Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) is holding its Fall Conference from October 4-6, and GeoEngineers wants to see you there! April Smith, Lyle Stone, Dave Lauder, Morgan McArthur and Layne Alfonso are all planning to attend to mix with clients and partner firms, discuss the state of public works […]

See you at the 47th Annual Conference on Deep Foundations (DFI)

GeoEngineers will be well-represented at the 47th Annual Conference on Deep Foundations in National Harbor, Maryland. Dimitrios Palantzas, Leili Javidannia, Collin Sweeney and Frank Grynkewicz from GeoEngineers’ construction design team are attending the Deep Foundation Institute (DFI) event and presenting a co-authored technical paper comparing LRFD and ASD approaches to retaining wall design. They’d love […]

COPRI PORTS 2022 Conference

Principal Geotechnical Engineer King Chin and Geotechnical Engineer Yanbei Zhang are attending and presenting at the upcoming PORTS ‘22 conference in Honolulu. King and Yanbei specialize in complex numerical modeling techniques, and they’re presenting an example of their work in a paper titled “Soil Liquefaction and Kinematic Loads Evaluation for Seismic Design of Pier in […]

Webinar on Pipeline Energy Transition Coming October 11

Pipeline Webinar Episode 6: Pipeline Solutions in the Energy Transition GeoEngineers is continuing its series of free pipeline webinars with an October 11 presentation on the current energy transition. Join us as we host experts in the pipeline industry to discuss the shift to a three-gas future that includes natural gas, carbon capture and hydrogen solutions. […]

GeoEngineers Goes Big on RiverRenew Geo-Structural Designs

GeoEngineers provided geo-structural design services for four massive vertical shafts under construction right now in Alexandria, Virginia. These shafts—the largest of which is 72 feet in diameter and 160 feet deep—are part of the city’s new $655 million sewer and stormwater system, RiverRenew. Alexandria’s aging sewer infrastructure was built in the 1800s and, when overwhelmed […]

US 21 Harbor River Bridge Wins National DBIA Award

The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) recently gave the US 21 Harbor River Bridge Replacement a National Merit Award in the Transportation category. GeoEngineers provided comprehensive geotechnical services for this complex project, which replaced an outdated coastal bridge near Beaufort, South Carolina on an accelerated schedule. DBIA recognized the project team for its technical accomplishments […]

Fish Return to Padden Creek

Last week we stopped by Padden Creek in Bellingham, Washington, to see if fish are using newly built habitat features near where the creek crosses SR-11—and they are! Check out the video to see how root wads, logs and other large woody materials protect young-of-the-year salmonid species like kokanee and Coho salmon. Across Washington State, […]

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