The Minnesota Chapter of the American Planning Association (MnAPA) awarded SEH with a Merit Award for the firm’s “Tower Harbor Master Plan and Design Standards” project.
News and Awards
SEH announces the addition of professional engineers Miles Jensen and Christopher Larson, who bring to SEH a combined 41 years of leadership experience and expertise in the areas of water treatment, supply, distribution and storage.
The Downtown Infrastructure Improvement Project won two awards from the American Public Works Association (APWA) Colorado Chapter.
SEH Board of Directors named Sam L. Claassen, PE, as the new President, effective July 1, 2010.
The Minnesota Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (MASLA) awarded a 2010 Merit Award for Planning and Research to SEH for the Harbor Redevelopment Master Plan in Tower, Minnesota.
The City of Hartford was in critical need of additional water supply capacity to meet the rapidly growing demand of its businesses and residents, as well as to compensate for the loss of supply from state-mandated well closures in recent years.
US Highway 2 in the City of Ashland serves as the City's main commercial thoroughfare and gateway for visitors to Lake Superior's scenic Chequamegon Bay.
At the 2010 ACEC/MN Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet, SEH received a Grand Award for the Burnsville Surface Water Treatment Plant.
In April of 1997, the Red River crested at more than 26 feet above flood stage, flooding East Grand Forks. Since that time, SEH and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) worked together to implement a comprehensive, state-of-the-art flood protection system that would enable the Cities to recover from the flooding and then manage the forces of nature rather than engaging them in an un-winnable battle.
The Wisconsin Association for Floodplain, Stormwater, and Coastal Management (WAFSCM) recently awarded SEH project manager Tom Sear (Milwaukee) and Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) project manager David Fowler a 2010 Excellence in Project Design or Implementation Award for their MMSD Underwood Creek Rehabilitation and Flood Management—Phase I project. This award provides recognition of meritorious project efforts to improve floodplain, stormwater, or coastal management in Wisconsin.