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GeoStabilization’s Founders and their Soil Nail Launcher™ honored by Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) with the C. William Bermingham Innovation Award

August 13, 2018

GeoStabilization International® founders, Al Ruckman and Bob Barrett are the recipients of the prestigious C. William Bermingham Innovation Award for 2018.


GeoStabilization’s CEO Speaks to Grand Junction’s Rotary Club

August 9, 2018

On August 1st, Colby Barrett spoke to his hometown Rotary Club about Culture and Values in the Workplace. Through his own experiences as the CEO of GeoStabilization International, he shared a story of innovation with insights that can be incorporated into personal and business journeys.


Corey Mislinski is presenting at the Remote Sensing and Reliability of Gas and Electrical Infrastructure Systems Workshop

August 7, 2018

Corey Mislinski, P.E., Project Development Engineer for GeoStabilization’s Energy Services business unit, will be co-presenting at the Remote Sensing and Reliability of Gas and Electrical Infrastructure Systems Workshop scheduled for the Eversource Energy Center in Storrs, Connecticut.


Colby Barrett Recognized as an Industry Leader by Engineering News Record

August 6, 2018

Colby Barrett, CEO of GeoStabilization International®, is being honored as one of the national “Top 20 Under 40” by the leading industry publication Engineering News Record.


GeoStabilization’s CEO Colby Barrett Co-Authors Industry Safety Initiative Article

May 11, 2018

The March 2018 issue of Geotechnical News, a leading publication for the geotechnical industry, featured an article from AGHP Members John Duffy, Marc Fish, and Colby Barrett. The piece, which was invited by GN Editor Richard Guthrie, who also provided its introduction, highlights AGHP’s role in the industry and focuses on one of the association’s highest-level endeavors right now: Safety


GeoStabilization Begins Repair of Highway 68 in Rhea County, Tennessee

May 9, 2018

Recent heavy rains caused a landslide on the highway that connects Spring City in Rhea County to Crossville in Cumberland County. The subsequent detour around the affected area adds up to two (2) extra hours to local residents’ commute. GeoStabilization International® arrived on-site within 48 hours to begin emergency repairs that are expected to take four (4) weeks to complete.


GeoStabilization International® Participates in National Construction Safety Week

May 7, 2018

GeoStabilization International® Participates in National Construction Safety Week

GeoStabilization, whose passion is developing and installing innovative solutions that protect people and infrastructure from the dangers of geohazards, is taking part in the 2018 National Construction Safety Week. Collectively our employees believe that to create safe work environments, workers, employees, and leaders must recognize two things - that they must actively make safe choices every day, and that those choices have a significant impact on their colleagues, company, and their family and friends.


Slide 2018 from Rocscience Includes Launched Soil Nails!

April 9, 2018

Rocscience’s creation and inclusion of the “Launched Soil Nail” support type in Slide 2018 now allows users to input the structural properties of launched soil nails into their 2D limit equilibrium slope stability analysis program.


GeoStabilization’s Annual Conference Focuses on Safety and the Customer

March 15, 2018

This January, GeoStabilization employees from across the continent and New Zealand met in Bernalillo, New Mexico where every participant attended over 28 hours of intense, comprehensive training.


GeoStabilization Provides Solution for an Alberta Electrical Transmission Company

March 14, 2018

Last year GeoStabilization commenced a project for one of Alberta's electrical transmission companies which involved solving a difficult problem relating to the installation of bases for replacement transmission power poles in variable hard rock substrates in Banff National Park. In some locations, rock was outcropping on the surface, while other sites had soil overlying the hard rock.