In the Press

GeoDesign Wins Zweig Group 2019 Best Firms Award

Posted on June 5, 2019

GEODESIGN SELECTED AS 2nd BEST GEOTECHNICAL FIRM TO WORK FOR IN THE NATION! GeoDesign has been honored by Zweig Group as one of the Best Geotechnical Firms to Work For in the Nation! The award was largely based on a survey completed by our staff, though diversity, sustainability, and business practices were considered. Our staff shared […]

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Pacific Visions Grand Opening

Posted on June 3, 2019

Congratulations to Aquarium of the Pacific on the opening of their new Pacific Visions wing! Principal Chris Zadoorian recently attended their grand opening celebration. GeoDesign’s involvement in Aquarium of the Pacific’s projects has been extensive since 2012, and we’re proud to have been a part of this latest addition. Read on for details about our involvement […]

GeoDesign Welcomes Gary Henningsen

Posted on July 25, 2018

Gary Henningsen

We’re pleased to announce that Associate Geologist Gary Henningsen has joined our environmental group. Gary brings over 25 years of environmental experience to our team, including hundreds of Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments for commercial and industrial properties. He has also managed numerous assessments to characterize contaminated soil, groundwater and soil vapor, and […]

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Q&A with Kevin Cline: Environmental Staff

Posted on December 13, 2017

Kevin Cline

Environmental staffer Kevin Cline recently moved to Bellingham, expanding GeoDesign’s environmental services in NW Washington. We caught up with him about his work, his new home, and his controversial views on olives. What is your role at GeoDesign? As a part of our environmental group, I complete Phase I and II environmental site assessments (ESAs), […]

Meet the UX5 HP

Posted on June 29, 2017

UX5 HP

GeoDesign recently expanded its services with the UX5 HP fixed-wing drone, or UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle). The UX5 HP is a professional grade aerial mapping system that captures high resolution photographs. This system is well suited to rapidly collect aerial imagery and topographic information at large sites where traditional surveying techniques would not be effective […]

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