DENVER — GEI Consultants relocated its Denver-area consulting engineering and scientific services to a single facility located in the Denver Technology Center. The move involves more than 60 staff of GEI formerly located in three metropolitan locations in Centennial, Littleton, and Boulder, Colo.
“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. Benefits of the move include improved facilities for GEI’s geotechnical and planning engineers and ecological consultants and scientists. It also involves the transfer of GEI’s ecology laboratory to the new facility. The lab, which had been located in downtown Littleton for more than 25 years, offers a variety of aquatic and terrestrial habitat testing services that provide the data necessary for comprehensive ecological analyses of lake and stream systems.