Act of Excellence Winners for Q4 FY19

September 5, 2019

At SEH, we recognize employees through our Act of Excellence program. Employees are nominated for excellence in one of three categories: Accomplishment, Character or Innovation.

Congratulations to the following SEH employees for their amazing Acts of Excellence performed this fourth quarter in fiscal year 2019. Meet more of our Act of Excellence winners.

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Accomplishment
Selected Winner

Mike Danburg is a senior professional engineer* in Mason City, Iowa

The Act: In the face of adversity and countless challenges on a complex project, Mike and his team persevered, completed the project successfully and maintained the best possible relationship with the client.

*Registered professional engineer in IA, SD

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Character
Selected Winner

Natalie White is a professional wetland scientist in Duluth, Minnesota

The Act: Natalie took the workload off internal SEH staff and streamlined the communication with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with categorical exclusions. She built a strong relationship with FAA staff who recognized Natalie for her professionalism and efficiency. She was a vital component on a series of successful project deliveries.

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Innovation
Selected Winner

Brendan Barnes is a graduate engineer in St. Paul, Minnesota

The Act: Brendan presented a new program to internal water resources staff. He showed what the program can do and how to use on projects. The programing saves on staff hours, identifies problem areas and is an excellent tool for quality assurance and quality control.

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