No other organization represents the geotechnical consulting profession better than CalGeo, and we offer a number of membership options to meet the diverse needs of those serving the industry. Membership dues are tax deductible, so join today!
CalGeo offers continuous networking opportunities, highly educational events and cost-saving services that have the cumulative effect of producing stronger, more profitable members of the geotechnical industry. Contact Membership Co-Chairs Todd Kamisky or Danny Cohen to find out how CalGeo can help your bottom line!CalGeo Annual Membership Dues Structure 2012-2013
Organizations with at least one Registered Geotechnical Engineer actively practicing in the geotechnical profession.
Organizations with at least one employee qualified as a Registered Civil Engineer who is actively practicing in the geotechnical profession.
Individuals or organizations that support the geotechnical profession with products or services.
An individual engaged in the private-practice geotechnical profession.
College professors and students studying geotechnical engineering.
The primary, alternate, and technician representatives you designate will each receive a copy of all mailings & e-mails generated by CalGeo (notifications of meetings, conferences, workshops, training classes, the newsletter, any special bulletins, etc.). You may also designate additional branch offices to receive this information at no charge.
We offer special savings incentives to our members on programs and other packages throughout the year. In addition, members may elect to make donations to the CalGeo Student Outreach Fund (tax deductible as a charity donation) or the Voluntary General Fund.
All membership dues are usually tax deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense.* "Employee," for purposes of CalGeo membership dues calculations, is defined as any person directly involved in soil engineering, geology, or environmental sciences; support staff (lab and field technicians) and administrative staff involved in supporting these services in the State of California. Part-time employees should be on a full-time equivalent basis (total part-time-employee hours divided by 160 hours).