GES is pleased to introduce our new Field and Laboratory Manager, Mr. Scott Kassel, PE.  Scott enhances the GES team with over 18 years of industry experience.  He has served as  a Clark County approved Quality Manager, and has managed construction inspection and materials testing projects ranging from large scale projects such as the Cardinals Stadium.. read more →

Jennifer was reconized by her coworkers for the following: Jennifer continually comes in early and works late to complete her priorities.  I know it should get to a point where she shouldn’t have to dedicate so many hours to complete her tasks, but she has yet to complain.  Jennifer is a great example of “doing.. read more →

GES is excited to announce that Sue Kuhn has rejoined the GES team as an Administrative Assistant/Courier.  We are very happy to have her back! read more →

Advocates for geothermal energy say that the path of destruction cut by Hurricane Sandy, which unearthed fuel tanks, ravaged cooling towers and battered air-conditioners, has already persuaded some building owners to switch to geothermal systems that use underground pipes to harness the earth’s energy for heating and cooling buildings. Read the NY Times article: To.. read more →

02 Nov 2012
November 2, 2012

GES Celebrates Halloween

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01 Nov 2012
November 1, 2012

GES at The D

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GES is providing a geotechnical evaluation of the anticipated building footprint which includes air-knifing, drilling, logging, and sampling of 3 exploratory borings in the delivery lot (Task 1); performance of a geophysical ReMi survey to measure seismic site class (Task 3); and geophysical GPR testing to locate underground utilities (Task 4). The findings of the study will.. read more →

GES is honored to have played a role in the Neon Museum’s Visitor Center which had its grand opening event Tuesday evening.  The museum is a great addition to our wonderful city. The project consisted of the remodeling the historic LaConcha building and the addition of a new building with a covered patio area.  The.. read more →

Client: Southern Nevada Water Authority The project consisted of two channel gradient control structures within the Las Vegas Wash, which are 900 feet wide, 500 feet long and 9 feet tall. The gradient control structures consisted of heavy rock, about 2 to 4 feet in average size, with sheet piles to depths of about 13.. read more →

  In its Eleventh year in 2012, the “Original Best Places To Work in Southern Nevada®” awards program recognizes top Southern Nevada employers for innovative human resource practices and programs. This awards program can promote and distinguish your company as an employer of choice in our community.  Depending on their place (1st-3rd), winners receive either.. read more →

10 Oct 2012
October 10, 2012

GES Celebrates 20 Years!

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It hardly seems possibly that what began in 1992 with a young man, a pick-up truck, and a pocket-full of ideas and dreams, evolved into a successful engineering firm that continues to go strong 20 years later. Reflecting back on the past 20 years, there have been many highs and lows.  I would have to.. read more →