31 Oct 2013
October 31, 2013

Building Value

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GES and sister company Eagle Drilling Services, LLC (Eagle), worked together adding another ground source heat exchange project under our belt.  The Spring Mountain Visitor Gateway Center will serve as the facility for visitors coming to the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area.  The facility will include many miles of new trail systems, educational facilities, picnicking.. read more →

31 Oct 2013
October 31, 2013

It’s Personal

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GES Staff Celebrates 21 Years with the Tasting of Wine!  September marked the month that GES celebrated 21 years of business.  What better way to celebrate 21 years of success than to indulge in a wine tasting with those who dedicate their work lives to GES, our wonderful, loyal staff. Founder/Owner Greg DeSart said “although.. read more →

18 Jul 2013
July 18, 2013

Congratulations Tony Todechiney!

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Congratulations to Tony Todechiney for Being Selected as GES’ 2nd Quarter Staff Star!  Tony was nominated by his peers for the following: Tony is always ready to teach and help while setting a high standard for the quality and effort you put into your work.  Tony is a go getter.  When assigned a new task,.. read more →

GES – Green Finalist – Ground Source Heat Exchange Campaign read more →

Mr. Borhan Moradi, EI recently joined the GES team to assist in various geotechnical, environmental, and construction projects at the Project Manager’s discretion.  He is currently working on his Master’s Thesis in Civil and  Environmental Engineering (Topic: Transport Properties of Self Consolidating Concrete Containing .Nano-Silica Particles). His experience includes studies concentrated on environments, geotechnical engineering, structures,.. read more →

GES is pleased to announce that Aaron joined our staff as a Geologist Intern.  Aaron is working on his B.S. in Geology from Brigham Young University.  In his role he will assist with environmental projects performing site reconnaissance for appropriateness of exploration (drilling or trenching) technique based on site access, conduct utility clearance and log.. read more →

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:  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/07/business/geothermal-energy-advocates-hope-systems-get-a-second-look.html?ref=business&_r=1 To.. read more →