Engineering Position

We are seeking to hire an entry/mid-level field/staff engineer.

For more information on this exciting opportunity please click here or on the Careers link at the top of the page.

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January 2018, Congratulations to Nathan Compton

We are pleased to announce that our Construction Services Manager, Nathan Compton, has passed the New Mexico Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers Examination.

Mr. Compton has been with GEOMAT for five years, during which time he has worked as a technician, a manager, and an engineer in training, proving to be an asset to the daily operations at GEOMAT. With his background in materials engineering, Mr. Compton has become a valuable resource, as well as an irreplaceable member of our management team.

Please join us in congratulating Nathan Compton for this outstanding achievement.

November 2016, Equipment Upgrade & Services Expansion

We have exciting news to share as we wrap up what has been a safe and successful 2016.

GEOMAT has expanded its drilling capabilities with the addition of a CME 55 drill rig. This larger rig will allow us to offer additional and more efficient services for our clients.

With the new rig and licensed driller, GEOMAT will begin offering environmental and monitoring well drilling/installation services. We look forward to the opportunity to showcase our capabilities and expertise on your next project.


April 2016, Projects: Farmington High School; Jicarilla Apache Nation

Amongst recent geotechnical projects completed by GEOMAT, two of our largest stand out.

With the first quarter of 2016 behind us we are excited about the prospects for the rest of the year. One recent project award stands out. Our hard work during the first phases of the New Farmington High School was rewarded when we were selected by the Farmington Municipal School District to provide the materials testing and special inspections for the remainder of this $65M project. We anticipate our services will be required at FHS for the next three years.

Not to be outdone, our geotechnical group remains busy and was recently awarded several large projects on the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation. One of the projects will consist of a new ~100,000 sf building in Dulce, NM. When our clients are ready for us to begin the field explorations our drill rig and field staff will spend a week under the cool summer sun of northern New Mexico.

January 2016: A Geotechnical Start to the New Year

Amongst recent geotechnical projects completed by GEOMAT, two of our largest stand out.

In January we completed a geotechnical engineering study for the conversion of a large LNP processing plant to a crude oil storage and handling facility. The subsurface exploration included 490 vertical feet of drilling and sampling.

In the works now is a geotechnical engineering study for a proposed hospitality addition to an existing entertainment facility. The subsurface exploration for this project included 47 soil borings and 8 test pits. Our commitment to professional excellence and responsiveness were two of the fundamental reasons we were selected to provide services on these projects.