Nicholson Construction - CU Boulder Athletic Complex (Boulder, CO)Drilling for foundation grouting at earth dam near Kremmling, CO - Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Drilling for micropile installation, Golden, CO - Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Nicholson Construction - CU Boulder Athletic Complex (Boulder, CO)Micropile installation, Golden, CO -Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Nicholson Construction constructed a 10,365 SF soil nail wall adjacent to the existing Cadillac Jacks CasinoDrilling on north slope of Table Mountain, CO - Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Nicholson Construction installing new micropile foundations for the renovation to the RTD central bus terminal in downtown DenverSurficial geologic mapping in the Andes Mountains, Columbia - Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Nicholson Construction installing new micropile foundations for the renovation to the RTD central bus terminal in downtown DenverFoundation grouting at earth dam near Kremmling, CO - Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Screw pile load test, Golden, CO - Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Nicholson Construction repaired a five-tier 50 foot tall mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) wall in Castle Rock, CONicholson Construction repaired an existing mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) wall in Lone Tree, ColoradoScrew pile load test, Golden, CO - Michael W. West and Assoc., Inc.Nicholson Construction - CU Boulder Athletic Complex (Boulder, CO)Installing Soldier Beams in Parachute, CO (Hayward Baker)Nicholson Construction - CU Boulder Athletic Complex (Boulder, CO)Installing Shotcrete (Hayward Baker)Nicholson Construction - CU Boulder Athletic Complex (Boulder, CO)Getting micropile rig to other side of river.  Gunnison River near Grand Junction, CO (Hayward Baker)Rooney Valley from atop Dinosaur Ridge, Golden, CO (Garner)Screw Pile Load Test in Broomfield, CO (Hayward Baker)Nicholson Construction - CU Boulder Athletic Complex (Boulder, CO)Drilling borings with GDI Drilling, Inc. in Blanca, CO (Garner)Earthwork operations, Aurora, CO (Garner)Nicholson Construction shoring system was a hybrid of cantilever and anchored soldier beam and lagging with tiebacks and soil nail walls.Earthwork operations, Aurora, CO (Garner)High Park Fire Debris Flow Mitigation Fly Over (Dornfest)Dakota Ave Tunnel - Denver (Dornfest)Southern Delivery System Shaft and 105 inch TBM (Dornfest)


WELCOME TO CAGE

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, and issuing several publications relevant to the geotechnical practice in Colorado. In addition, CAGE has promoted collegial interactions between members and practitioners in related fields of geology, civil and structural engineering.
 
CAGE promotes the geotechnical profession in all market sectors – residential and commercial construction, transportation, mining, water and wastewater, energy, dams, industrial development, etc. We host a monthly meeting which typically includes a presentation from a geotechnical lead representing one of the various market sectors relevant to practice in Colorado. Have an idea for a presentation / speaker? Click here to contact us.

NEWS & HEADLINES
Kumar & Associates, Inc.’s New Additions to Leadership
Posted Jun 14th, 2021
Kumar & Associates, Inc. (K+A), an employee-owned engineering firm, has recently promoted staff to new positions. Josh Barker, P.E., Senior Project Engineer and Fort Collins Branch Manager, and Dan Hardin, P.E., Senior Project Engineer in the Glenwood Springs office, join the Executive Board as Principals. In addition to new Principals, 6 Senior Associates were promoted to Associate Principals:  Ryan Kumar, P.E., Denver Project Engineer  Katie Bachofer, Corporate Business Development & Marketing Manager  Carey Jones, PMP, Construction Project Manager and Parker Branch Manager  Brandon Barker, Colorado Springs Construction Services Supervisor  Arben Kalaveshi, P.E., Colorado Springs Senior Project Engineer  David Young, P.E., Glenwood Springs Project Manager. Other K+A staff promoted to Senior Associates include Debbie Bates, Jacob Hanson, P.E., Justin Cupich, E.I., and Riley Houston.
Kumar & Associates, Inc.’s Names New Chief Executive Officer
Posted Jun 14th, 2021
Kumar & Associates, Inc. (K+A), an employee-owned geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing firm, is pleased to announce that James (Jim) Noll, P.E. was recently named K+A’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr. Noll will remain as K+A’s President in addition to CEO. Jim has more than 35 years in the A/E/C industry providing geotechnical engineering services throughout Colorado and surrounding states. He will continue to lead the company-wide operations and promote our Mission Statement and Core Values with our employees and clients. He has been instrumental in mentorship of Staff and Project Engineers at K+A and will continue to provide professional growth and guidance. Jim began his career at K+A in 2001 as a Senior Engineer bringing his expertise in commercial and infrastructure projects. He was promoted to President in 2008 and continued applying his expertise to projects throughout the Denver Metro Area. While serving as President, Jim managed contracts for most of K+A’s on-calls and project specific task orders for public and private clients. Mr. Noll, along with other company leadership, facilitated in the acquisition of Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical in 2016 leading to the expansion to six offices and more than 150 employees that K+A is at today.
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