News and Awards

June 15, 2012

On June 14, 2012, the Nebraska Environmental Trust awarded a grant worth $1.2 million for two projects associated with the City of Omaha's federally-mandated $1.7 billion sewer modernization project.

SEH Partners with East Metro Communities to Build New Firefighter Training Facility
June 14, 2012

A multi-jurisdictional partnership between a number of local fire departments and public safety organizations held a Ground Breaking Ceremony on June 14, 2012 for the East Metro Public Safety Training Center.

SEH Wins Three Aviation Project Awards from the Minnesota Council of Airports
June 12, 2012

The Minnesota Council of Airports (MCOA) presented SEH with three separate aviation project awards for projects completed in 2011.

New Pedestrian Bridge Connects Trails in Hammond and Whiting
June 4, 2012

A pedestrian bridge designed by SEH of Indiana was opened to the public last week.

Food and Beverage Specialist Dan Rathbun Joins SEH
May 17, 2012

Dan Rathbun, a veteran food and beverage industry expert has joined SEH as Food and Beverage Relationship Manager in the St. Paul location.

SEH/Kimley-Horn Team Wins Award for TH 36/Rice Street Interchange Project
May 15, 2012

The Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers (MnSPE) awarded the SEH/Kimley-Horn team a ‘Seven Wonders of Engineering’ award for their preliminary design work on the Trunk Highway 36 (TH 36)/Rice Street Interchange project.

Intersection Warning System Wins 2011 Innovative Product Application Award
May 15, 2012

SEH won the 2011 Best New Innovative Product Application Award as part of the National Rural Intelligent Transportation Systems (NRITS) Best of Rural ITS Awards.

May 14, 2012

Congratulations to SEH client EOG Resources, Inc., for being named a Business Friend of the Environment by Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce.

May 12, 2012

The American Society of Civil Engineers quoted SEH water expert Dale Jacobson, PE in its April edition ASCE News.

May 9, 2012

Congratulations to SEH client La Crosse County, Wisconsin, and their partner Gundersen Lutheran Health System for a cooperative landfill gas-to-energy project.

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