GEI Consultants, Inc., one of the nation’s leading geotechnical, environmental, water resources, and ecological science and engineering firms, has relocated its Denver-area services to a single facility in the Denver Technology Center.
The move involved more than 60 staff of GEI formerly located in three metropolitan locations in Centennial, Littleton, and Boulder, Colorado, GEI reported.
“By combining our professional staff into a single office location, our water resources planners, geotechnical engineers, ecologists and scientists can now work side-by-side to provide the best possible service to our clients,” said Steven Canton, GEI Rocky Mountain area manager and a member of the firm’s board of directors.
The new location encompasses 16,832 square feet at the Denver Technology Center, located at 4601 DTC Boulevard. Benefits of the move include improved facilities for GEI’s geotechnical and planning engineers and ecological consultants and scientists, GEI reported.
GEI’s Denver office provides a full range of ecological and geotechnical services, including water conveyance; dam and earthwork design, construction, maintenance, and inspections; water quality and habitat assessments; and aquatic ecosystem surveys. Additional engineering services include hydropower and fish passage designs; raw water supply master plans; geotechnical investigations; and safety inspections.
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