SEH engineer Paul J. Pasko III is no ordinary engineer.
Recently, SEH and/or project partners received 1st place awards from the Minnesota Concrete Council (MCC) for our work on street reclamation, water treatment plant and light rail transit station projects. The MMC was created to educate its members about improving the quality and use of concrete, and to educate decision makers about the benefits of quality concrete construction.
Recently, SEH received two Honor Awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Minnesota for our work on transportation and wastewater projects. The ACEC of Minnesota's annual Engineering Excellence Awards competition recognizes engineering firms for projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value.
SEH-Yaggy helps turn Rochester's bold ideas into award-winning built projects.
The Tower Avenue Street Reconstruction in Superior, Wis., was awarded “Best Urban Project” during the 2014 Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Excellence in Highway Design Awards.
Linfield Crossing, a project that transformed an unused former school site into a sustainable single-family residential development, recently received the award for “Best Development” by the Metropolitan Builders Association (MBA).
The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) announces that SEH client La Crosse County has been named the winner of a SWANA Bronze Excellence Award in the Public Education category.
The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM) Innovation Campus Infrastructure project in Wauwatosa, Wis., received a Best Public-Private Partnership Honorable Mention at the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Real Estate Award banquet. The company was retained in 2011 to provide design and construction services for the new roadway and utility infrastructure that serve the Accelerator Building – the first new building constructed on the Campus.
Degraded wildlife habitat no more. A project team led by SEH’s Tom Sear achieves national recognition for boldly renewing a long-troubled urban waterway.
The 2nd Street Southwest Reconstruction – Phase 2 project in Rochester, Minn., received a prestigious 2013 Engineering Excellence Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Minnesota (ACEC/MN). The design transformed the corridor by incorporating low-impact development stormwater measures, providing an improved pedestrian and transit experience and enhancing the streetscape. Specific features included new bus stop nodes, signal modifications, LED street lights, colored concrete pavement and increased green space.