Groundwater levels in the intermountain basins of Nevada vary from hundreds of feet deep on the alluvial fans to five feet deep or less in central portions of the valleys. There are areas where artesian pressures, coupled with the correct geologic setting, can cause groundwater to naturally seep out from the ground as springs.  It.. read more →

05 Jan 2021
January 5, 2021

CLAY is a Dirty Four-Letter Word

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While clay is highly beneficial to keeping your plants hydrated due to its ability to hold water, it can be a nuisance when it comes to your project. Microscopically, clay is made of tiny particles with little air space and for this reason, water drains slowly through clay. If you are simply looking to plant a.. read more →

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08 Oct 2019
October 8, 2019

Congratulations to Katherine!

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Katherine was nominated by fellow staff for making their days brighter and being helpful. Congratulations Katherine on being named 3rd Quarter Staff Star! read more →

15 Feb 2019
February 15, 2019

GES Adds First Shareholder

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This past October, GES celebrated 25 years with clients, staff, friends, and family.  Stories were shared, games were played, and German themed food and beer were aplenty.  GES’ 25 years of success isn’t an accident, although owner Greg DeSart may say there’s a lot of luck involved, but more of a winning formula of hiring.. read more →

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29 Jul 2016
July 29, 2016

Mesquite 118 Opens!

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GES is very proud to have been a part of this great project! http://mesquitelocalnews.com/2016/07/exit-118-opens-new-roads-to-mesquite/   read more →