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GeoStabilization’s Safety Initiative Reaches Two New Milestones

April 14, 2015

GeoStabilization’s Safety Initiative Reaches Two New Milestones

GeoStabilization recently celebrated two safety milestones: our Experience Modification Rate improved from an already industry-leading score of 0.65 to 0.62; and our Rockfall Remediation Technicians have now fully implemented both 2-rope safety training through the Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (S.P.R.A.T.) and 1-rope safety training through the Professional Climbing Instructors of America (P.C.I.A.).


GeoStabilization Partners with the Kentucky Geological Survey for Workshop

March 16, 2015

This past February, GeoStabilization provided several GeoHazard Mitigation Workshops across Kentucky, North Carolina, and Virginia. One such work shop was made possible through a Partnership with the Kentucky Geological Survey at the University of Kentucky.


GeoStabilization Rockfall Division Increases Mining Safety and Efficiency

February 25, 2015

When a large, surface precious metal mine operation was approaching the final benches within its pit, the mine approached GeoStabilization International® with a plan to support safely mining the remaining lower levels that had presented extensive geotechnical challenges.


GeoStabilization Completes The First MMFX® Rock Bolt Installation in North America

December 22, 2014

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ColoradoBiz Magazine names GeoStabilization International® as one of Colorado’s Top General Contractors.

October 18, 2014

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“Spanish Fort Bluff Project Likened to ‘Hoover Dam’, Mayor says”

October 8, 2014

GeoStabilization’s project in Spanish Fort, AL is being compared to the Hoover Dam in its scope and technical prowess in a recent article by Click below to see how GSI® helped save 2 homes from disaster!


GeoStabilization mobilizes to Zimmerman Park after boulders tumble off edge

May 13, 2014

Monday’s tumbling of two rocks above Zimmerman Trail has led city officials in Billings to look for other potential sites for rock slides.