April 20, 2016 – ENGEO has once again been honored with a Best Place to Work award by San Francisco Business Times. ENGEO competed in the 100- to 249-employee category, counting only employees that work in the Greater Bay Area region. At the ceremony on Tuesday, April 19th in San Francisco, the firm received the award placement of Number 4 in this category. This is the 10th year ENGEO has earned a top-10 ranking. This year there were over 500 competing companies from the 9-county Greater Bay Area. The list has recognized companies with exceptional workplace cultures for the past twelve years.
This latest honour continues ENGEO’s admirable award streak, as they have finished in the top ten in 10 out of 12 years for which the firm has submitted for the award. ENGEO has experienced geographic growth over the past couple of years, having established offices in Irvine and New Zealand. ENGEO attributes the firm’s success to a culture of service, collaboration, optimism, passion and excitement. The firm is committed to maintaining a close-knit atmosphere and a stimulating work environment. ENGEO offers comprehensive training, coaching, mentorship, and actively promotes involvement of all employees in important decisions of the firm. Through a combination of small committees, after-work activities, and an open-door policy, the firm is committed to providing each employee with a voice and a strong connection to the team.
With offices throughout California and New Zealand, ENGEO has provided engineering consultation and design services in 39 US states and a number of foreign countries, including New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Mexico, Nepal and Israel. The firm’s expertise in flood control, geologic hazard mitigation, seismic engineering, ground improvement techniques, hazardous materials remediation, water quality and riparian corridor restoration has won the trust of hundreds of clients in both the public and private sectors. The firm has won multiple awards for workplace culture and technical excellence.
Here’s what employees have to say:
“ENGEO’s culture of servant leadership, transparency, and communication allows us to learn something new every day and stay challenged in different ways, as we are encouraged to push ourselves above and beyond to be our best.” –Manasa Vijayakumar
“I look forward to coming to a place where I can be myself and help others to do what they love at a company that makes goals and dreams achievable.” –Matthew Moy
ENGEO’s president, Uri Eliahu, who promotes an ethic of servant leadership throughout the firm, says, “We are very gratified and honored by this recognition as it confirms that we are on the right path to realizing our ultimate dream of being the most admired and trusted service firm on earth.”