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The Colorado Association of Geotechnical Engineers (CAGE) was established in 1995 by a small group of owners of geotechnical engineering firms in Colorado. This visionary group of founding members saw the need for a much greater exchange of technical and professional information between practicing geotechnical engineers, in an effort to advance the profession and to promote the public welfare.

Since CAGE was formed it has experienced steady and significant growth, with more than 120 current members from more than 60 different companies and organizations. Beyond the growth in the size of our membership, the organization has made great strides in promoting and improving the practice of geotechnical engineering in Colorado. CAGE’s contributions to the profession have included the hosting of regular luncheon meetings with guest speakers, sponsoring local geotechnical seminars, establishing committees to evaluate and respond to various geotechnical issues, issuing several publications, and developing Geotechnical Study Guidelines For Light Commercial and Residential Buildings in Colorado. In addition, CAGE has promoted collegial interactions between members and practitioners in related fields of geology, as well as civil and
structural engineering.

FRCC Job Fairs
Posted Sep 24th, 2018
Is your company interested in working with the math and science career and academic community at Front Range Community College to develop opportunities to interview potential employees that have 1 to 2 years of college level math and science classes. FRCC is planning job fairs and other activities to help their students transition into the work force. These would be good opportunities for geotechnical and materials testing companies to interact with potential employees. Please contact Sam Urton for more information at
PO Box 441069, Aurora, CO 80044
P: (303) 551-3266
F: (720) 320-4846

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