Motorway underpass using geomembranes as a groundwater barrier

April 1st, 2023

FIGURE 1 Overhead view of geomembrane being pulled across the water surface In some places in the Netherlands, there is an absence of natural clay so groundwater flushes easily through the soil. As soon as excavation starts, groundwater will be present. Groundwater must be removed or taken care of to build roads, tunnels, etc. in […]

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Geosyntec Consultants acquires ATM

August 13th, 2021

Photograph courtesy Geosyntec Consultants Geosyntec Consultants, a consulting and engineering firm working in environmental, natural resources and civil infrastructure applications, announced the acquisition of Applied Technology and Management (ATM), an engineering and consulting firm focused on coastal, waterfront and water resources projects. The acquisition provides Geosyntec’s clients increased access to experts in the United States […]

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Geosyntec announces new office location in The Woodlands, Texas

December 7th, 2020

Geosyntec’s new The Woodlands office will focus on geohazard assessment, monitoring and mitigation; process and procedure development for pipeline geohazard programs; and geological characterization. The office will be run by Alexander McKenzie-Johnson, P.G., L.G., L.E.G.; Aaron Orr; Patricia Varela, Ph.D.; Tim Cramer; Colby Reece; and Heather Dailey. Alexander McKenzie-Johnson is a principal engineering geologist based […]

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Bonaparte named OPAL award winner

January 4th, 2016

In a press release issued last week, the American Society of Civil Engineers named Rudolph (Rudy) Bonaparte as one of its 2016 Outstanding Projects and Leaders (OPAL) leadership award winners. Bonaparte, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE, F.ASCE, NAE, is the president and CEO of Atlanta-based Geosyntec Consultants. He will receive the award March 17, 2016, during ASCE’s […]

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