Archives April 2021

Kind of a Big Deal: JB Engineers Gains AASHTO Accreditation

We are excited to announce that our laboratory has received AASHTO Accreditation for R18, C1077 (Aggregate), D3666 (Aggregate/Asphalt), E329 (Aggregate/Asphalt), and D3740 (Soil)! It was a productive and successful review and we’re absolutely thrilled with this designation.

The primary vision of AASHTO is to be the center for promoting quality and achievement of excellence in construction materials testing (CMT). They provide services and tools through our three major programs: the Laboratory Assessment Program (LAP), the Proficiency Sample Program (PSP), and the AASHTO Accreditation Program (AAP). Through these activities, they evaluate testing competency, promote continual improvement, and instill confidence in the laboratories and specifiers that use our programs. 

Look us up for any Geotech or Construction Materials Testing needs today!

Open House a Success

Last week, we had the chance to host our official Open House and Ribbon Cutting at JB Engineers HQ in Cheyenne, WY. In partnership with the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce and the local Cheyenne area business community, the team showcased our accredited Materials Testing Laboratory and Geotechnical Engineering capabilities. 

As your trusted partner, we wanted to invite the community into our house to show you who are and how we operate. The level of support and turnout at the event was simply awesome. We even got to cut the red ribbon with giant scissors… a symbolic launch of a Wyoming company!

We teamed with Chef Kent at Fuel Café to highlight fun earthwork-themed foods, including an amazing engineering charcuterie board complete with graham cracker sand and dirt brownies! It was a great way to meet leaders in the Cheyenne community and show the community what we do. Thank you for all who attended and we look forward to doing business with you in the future!

Contact us for construction materials testing and geotechnical engineering services that make a difference in Wyoming, Nebraska, and Colorado.