Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH®) and Yaggy Colby Associates (Yaggy Colby) announce that the companies have signed a Letter of Intent to merge.
News and Awards
In 2013, we teamed with clients on a wide range of exciting projects. Watch a highlight reel featuring a few of these partnerships. See how together we’re Building a Better World for All of Us®.
The METRO Red Line project was awarded the 2013 Special Project of the Year by the Minnesota County Engineers Association (MCEA). The METRO Red Line (Cedar Avenue BRT) is part of the effort to expand transit options in the Twin Cities area. It extends eleven miles south from the Mall of America in Bloomington, through Eagan and Apple Valley. As the first bus rapid transitway in the region, the METRO Red Line was a challenging and unique project that took more than a decade to develop.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Wisconsin (ACEC WI) has presented SEH with an Engineering Excellence Best of State Award for the firm’s design of Wisconsin’s largest groundwater supply well, as well as an adjacent water treatment facility, for the City of Stevens Point Water Utility.
Since 1997, SEH has built a reputation across North Dakota as knowledgeable providers of reliable engineering solutions and innovative approaches to planning for North Dakota’s future.
SEH and the City of Princeton, Minn. received a 2014 Grand Award for Engineering Excellence (Wastewater/Stormwater Category) from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Minnesota chapter for our work on the City of Princeton’s wastewater treatment facility expansion project.
The Jackson Hole Airport Board hired SEH to a five-year contract for on-call aviation engineering services.
SEH and the Cheyenne (Wyoming) Regional Airport received a 2013 National Award for Best PCC Project from the American Concrete Pavement Association for our work on the airport’s taxiway reconstruction projects.
New SEH office building featured in the Chippewa Falls 2013 Annual Report (PDF) | chippewachamber.org
Throughout the month of November, SEH employee-owners in 22 offices throughout the country competed against one another to see which office could donate the most food and/or money for local food shelters.