3-D printing, also called “additive manufacturing,” is a disruptive innovation that has changed the manufacturing landscape. It has been applied to everything from medical technology to aerospace engineering to fashion.
News and Awards
Dan Botich, a project management and financial advisory professional with more than 30 years of experience, has joined SEH of Indiana as a Senior Economic Development Specialist.
Senior geologist Katie Larson, a veteran geoscience professional with more than 20 years of experience, has joined the SEH team in Duluth, Minnesota. More than expertise in hydrogeology, geology and environmental compliance, she brings her commitment to customer service to SEH’s government and industrial clients.
Recently, Tom Sohrweide, PE, PTOE, was presented with the Past President’s Award for Transportation Professional of the Year at the North-Central Institute of Transportation Engineers (NCITE) Annual Meeting.
In Sunday’s Minneapolis Star Tribune, SEH CEO and President Sam Claassen, PE, shared his insight on attracting and retaining top talent in a competitive hiring economy.
In this interview, SEH CEO/President Sam Claassen shares with Greater MSP how SEH, an employee-owned company, provides substantial benefits and exciting work opportunities to talented engineers, architects, planners and scientists — whether you are new to your field or have been honing your skills for years.
SEH named two new Board Members at their 2015 Annual Meeting held October 29. The SEH Shareholders and Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) members elected internal candidates Bob Ellis and Kerry Keith to serve on the SEH Board of Directors.
Mark Dierling will serve as the Transportation Leader in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa beginning November 1, 2015.
Patti Stickney recently joined the SEH Madison, Wisconsin office to serve as a Senior Environmental Scientist. She comes to SEH with more than 21 years of experience in air quality consulting, permitting and regulatory communication and reporting.
The SEH Board of Directors named five new company principals. These individuals are selected based on superior performance, thought leadership, and the trust and respect held by their clients and peers.