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.
News and Awards
With $3 million in accumulated trust money — given by local philanthropist Ruth Cone in 1981 to build a city park — officials in Sioux City, Iowa, have begun making plans for a park that delivers on Cone’s generous contribution and creates a destination that both residents and potential visitors can be excited about.
Don Archibeque, a sales and project management professional with more than 30 years of experience in business development, project management and design build project delivery, has joined the SEH subsidiary of SEH Design|Build as Business Development Manager.
SEH is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and being efficient in our work. Paper reduction is just one of SEH’s goals in our 2015-2016 Sustainability Plan. We are accomplishing this by scanning records as they are being prepared for archiving. Going forward, electronic versions of project records will be maintained. Our goal is to eliminate paper-based project records by 2018.
When #131 is 12 places higher than you finished last year.
The American Society of Landscape Architects of Minnesota (ASLA-MN) presented the 2015 Horace William Shaler (H.W.S.) Cleveland Award to Andrew Montgomery, Urban Designer in the Minnetonka office on Friday, May 1, 2015.
Three SEH projects won design awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) – Minnesota Chapter.
John A. Blatnik Bridge lighting project featured in Architectural SSL Magazine | architectualssl.com
SEH Senior Planner Gregg Calpino, LA, LEED AP BD+C will serve as a guest lecturer at the University of Wisconsin Madison on April 23, 2015 as part of the University’s CEE 616 Integrated Waterfront Planning and Engineering course.
The City of Cloquet, Minnesota, has joined an elite group. It’s now part of a growing number of forward-thinking communities that are seeing their riverfront with a renewed perspective.