Geotechnology Hires Angie Ridenhour

July 24th, 2013

Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, materials testing, geophysics, water resource management, and drilling services, has hired Angie Ridenhour as the firm’s Accounting Manager.

Ms. Ridenhour joins Geotechnology with more than 10 years of accounting experience, having most recently served in a similar capacity for BIS Frucon Engineer/BIS Industrial Services, Inc.

She earned a business degree with an emphasis in Accounting, from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and currently resides in Ballwin with her husband Randy and children Nick and Erica.

Geotechnology Hires Luke Heuerman

July 11th, 2013

April, 2013 – St. Louis, MO

Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, materials testing, geophysics, water resource management, and drilling services, announced today that Luke Heuerman has been hired to manage the firm’s Collinsville, Illinois office.

Mr. Heuerman worked for Geotechnology from 2005-2011, and most recently has been conducting Phase 3 IDOT inspections for another area engineering firm.  He holds several IDOT certifications and is nuclear density gauge certified, ACI Concrete Field Grade 1 certified, and is pervious concrete technician certified.

Mr. Heuerman will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Collinsville office, including scheduling of field assignments, maintaining inventory, resources and project management.

Geotechnology’s Pam Hobbs Receives Engineers’ Club Award

July 9th, 2013

May, 2013 – St. Louis, MO

Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, materials testing, geophysics, water resource management, and drilling services, announced today that Pam Hobbs, Business Development Manager for the firm, has received the 2013 Award of Merit from the Engineers’ Club of St. Louis.  The award recognizes outstanding performance or contributions reflecting credit to the engineering profession or the Engineers’ Club.

“Pam’s willingness to serve our community is a gift of offered leadership that is highly prized by the entire membership of the Engineers’ Club and the engineering community”, said Richard S. Musler, P.E., President, Musler Engineering Company.  “We are pleased to bestow the Award of Merit as a distinction and honor to recognize Pam for her service.”

In 2005, Ms. Hobbs was elected the first female president of the Engineers’ Club of St. Louis, and remains active with the organization today.  She currently serves as president of Progress 64 West, and is an active member of the St. Louis Construction Consumers Council, American Public Works Association, Transportation Engineers Association of Missouri, and the Society of American Military Engineers.

Since joining Geotechnology in 2007, Ms. Hobbs has been successful in developing client relationships in a number of markets including federal, transportation and infrastructure, healthcare and municipal.

Ms. Hobbs earned a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla (Now Missouri University of Science & Technology) in 1982.

Geotechnology Promotes Anna Saindon

July 9th, 2013

June, 2013 – St. Louis, MO

Geotechnology, Inc., a leading provider of geotechnical and environmental engineering, materials testing, geophysics, water resource management, and drilling services, announced today that Anna Saindon, P.E., Ph.D., RG, has been promoted to Project Manager in the firm’s Environmental Group.

A Professional Engineer and Registered Geologist in the State of Missouri, Ms. Saindon joined Geotechnology in 2009 and has served as a Senior Engineer on both environmental and geotechnical projects.  Most notably, Ms. Saindon has been the technical lead on the firm’s major ash pond closure projects, including Hutsonville and Duck Creek.

Her expertise in this area has led to several opportunities for her to present on ash pond closures at technical conferences, including those of the Electric Utility Consultants in Atlanta this past March, and the Missouri Waste Coalition Conference in July.

Ms. Saindon serves as the editor of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists’ (AEG) national publication AEG News.  She also recently graduated from the ASFE’s (Geoprofessional Business Association) Fundamentals of Professional Practice program.

She earned her Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Geological Engineering from the former University of Missouri-Rolla, now Missouri University of Science & Technology.