D&S Engineering Labs, LLC today announced its name change to Geotex Engineering, LLC to better reflect the company’s position and business offerings. After obtaining its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) status in 2022, the company realigned its focus, expanded its target market and directed its business development efforts to help partner-clients meet DBE (and other) goals for public projects.
Along with the name change, leaders unveiled a new logo and reinforced the organization’s mission to provide exceptional value and service to clients.
“We are thrilled to announce our new brand,” said Amy Brothers, P.E., President of Geotex Engineering. “Our organization has evolved over the years to include a comprehensive suite of specialized engineering services that support the needs of the North Texas and Southern Oklahoma community. Updating our brand to reflect who we are today just made perfect sense.”
The new brand identity reinforces the firm’s commitment to the local area through exceptional engineering services that ensure construction projects are built according to specification. “Clients of all types have long come to our firm to ensure project success,” said Brothers. “We can scale project teams to meet any geotechnical engineering or construction materials testing need, regardless of scope. Additionally, we provide dedicated principal involvement during every project phase.” With the range of certifications Geotex holds, the firm can provide the same standard of service to even more public sector clients.
Brothers says the organizational rebranding will roll out over the next several months with a new website, updated fleet signage, new building signage at each of its locations, and more.
“Amid all the challenges of the past several years, we remain more committed than ever to serving the North Texas and Southern Oklahoma community,” said Brothers. “We look forward to doing so as Geotex Engineering, and to advancing our mission of providing exceptional value and service to our clients, owners and the general public that they serve.”