Landscape architecture students in University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor Steve Rodie’s class are getting a taste for what it’s like to work in the real world. Beyond AutoCad sketches, tests, and research papers, Professor Rodie’s class is learning about the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration, a critical skill required of today’s landscape architects and engineering professionals. To accomplish this, the professor brings in real world collaborators, engineers like SEH’s Rocky Keehn.
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Study looks at wood pellets as potential source of jobs, energy savings | lacrossetribune.com
Helping deliver a safe drinking water supply in Black River Falls, Wis. | lacrosstribune.com
Coon Rapids to spend more than $1.6 million on sewer lining in 2014 | abcnewspapers.com
Chippewa Falls downtown park plans take shape | chippewa.com
The City of Blaine, Minn., recently selected SEH to complete preliminary and final design for the 125th Avenue (CSAH 14) Reconstruction Project. And SEH highway designer Mark Dierling, who will be also be managing the project, couldn’t be happier. As a longtime Blaine resident, he’ll get to improve a roadway he and his family have been driving for years.
From wastewater plants to street reconstructions to airport taxiways to river restorations, we're collaborating with clients on a diverse range of award-winning projects. Read on to learn about the important work we're accomplishing together.
SEH’s Dan Gustafson, Mary Catherine Anglum, and Justin Shavlik recently participated in Northwest Chapter Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers MathCounts middle school contest, held at Delong Middle School in Eau Claire, Wis.
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH®) and Yaggy Colby Associates (Yaggy Colby) announce that the companies have signed a Letter of Intent to merge.
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®.