GSI Named a Top 250 Private Company by ColoradoBiz Magazine

January 11, 2017

Each year, ColoradoBiz does extensive research, collects industry data, and facilitates reader voting to produce various business rankings. The magazine then publishes the ranks and recognizes the largest private businesses located in Colorado based on revenue growth. For the second year in a row, GeoStabilization International has made the list, coming in at #34 - a 13 place jump from last year’s #47.


CSM Grouting Workshop

2017 CSM Grouting Workshop: Underground Grouting and Ground Improvement is May 1-5, 2017 in Golden, Colorado


Veteran Hiring

January 3, 2017

GeoStabilization is strongly committed to the hiring of Veterans who prove time and again their dedication and ability in the workplace.


Soil Nail Operation in Ohio

December 27, 2016

Geostabilization once again “nails” another cost saving, engineered solution for Ohio.


Adopting a W.I.N. Plan

November 27, 2016

GeoStabilization International®’s (GSI) Safety Department has implemented a “What’s Important Now” (W.I.N.) protocol as part of their industry-leading safety program.


Core Values deliver over 2,000 Projects

2,000 successfully completed projects by GeoStabilization International


52nd WVU TECH ASCE Fall Technical Conference

November 7, 2016

The 52nd WVU TECH ASCE Fall Technical Conference will be hosted in Montgomery on November 17, 2016.


Warren Brook Road Stabilization (The Valley Reporter)

October 6, 2016

Geostabilization International, Colorado, is the only company that can stabilize a road by both drilling soil nails and shooting soil nails with compressed air into the earth.


Fence flown in to fix falling rocks near Fancy Gap on I-77 (The Roanoke Times)

A Colorado-based company that specializes in geohazard repair and prevention, GeoStabilization International was contracted by the Virginia Department of Transportation to cover about 47,500 square feet of weathered surface.


100-Year-Old Quarry in Georgia to Serve New Purpose (Construction Equipment Guide)

A stunning backdrop surrounds crews in Georgia, as they work to convert a 100-year-old quarry into a water storage facility.