November 3, 2017
During an awards ceremony held November 1, 2017, GeoStabilization captured the “Best Large Company to Work for in Colorado” prize. The program, administered by ICC in partnership with ColoradoBiz magazine, is based entirely on employee feedback about the employee experience within the company.
October 28, 2017
Recently, Colorado Mesa University honored Al Ruckman, founder of GeoStabilization International®, as a Distinguished Alumni at their Homecoming Victory Dinner. The highest distinction the alumni association bestows on an individual; the award recognizes individuals who deserve extraordinary acclaim for their significant contribution to society and Colorado Mesa University.
October 19, 2017
Hiway Group, the New Zealand-based partner with GeoStabilization International® in their Hiway GeoStabilization (HGS) joint venture was awarded Westpac Auckland’s “Employer of the Year Award” during a ceremony earlier this month. As explained by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development’s Chief Executive Nick Hill when congratulating those businesses recognized for standing out in their chosen fields.
October 18, 2017
Welcome Matt Williams, P.E. and Steve T. Poole, P.E.
Last November, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake caused more than 100,000 cubic meters of rock and debris to tumble down and bury the road below Ohau Point in the South Island of New Zealand. The Rock Remediation Technicians (RRTs) of Hiway GeoStabilization (HGS) have been tasked to mitigate future hazards and secure the remaining rock face with rock anchors, ring net drapes, and Geobrugg’s high-tensile steel TECCO mesh.
GeoStabilization International’s Bridge Division expands GSI’s ability to deliver time-critical bridge rehabilitation and construction services by applying cutting-edge technologies and approaches developed through decades of emergency geohazard mitigation and bridge rehabilitation/construction experience.
October 6, 2017
When Finbro Construction required a temporary shoring solution in historical Telluride, Colorado, it chose GeoStabilization to design and construct a micropile shoring solution for the town’s Southwest Corner Project. Located adjacent to the historical Transfer Warehouse structure, Finbro’s project required a zero lot-line shoring system to prevent damage to the Transfer Warehouse’s remaining walls.
October 2, 2017
During the revitalization of Lexington Kentucky’s downtown area, the historic Fayette County Courthouse required major renovations to accommodate the additional planned retail and restaurant space. The project involved increasing loads on existing footings, as well as dropping the basement elevation and undermining the existing historic foundation.
September 26, 2017
Justin Anderson, Project Development Engineer at GeoStabilization and second from left in the photo, recently participated in a five-person panel to promote the railroad industry to potential future professionals.
September 19, 2017
GeoStabilization International would like to recognize Robert Huber, a “two-time” summer intern and part-time employee, for being awarded the Marliave Scholarship from the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists.
In the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States a rockslide occurred that presented a variety of problems for the state’s Department of Transportation (DOT).