Three senior SEH staff members were recently named Regional Practice Center Leaders.
News and Awards
SEH and the City of Lester Prairie received a Performance and Innovation in the Creating Environmental Success (PISCES) Award from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) for its work on the Lester Prairie wastewater treatment facility expansion project.
SEH of Indiana, LLC, a subsidiary of SEH, and the Hammond Port Authority were the recent recipients of a 2011 ACEC Indiana Honor Award for their Wolf Lake Memorial Park Pavilion project.
The Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE) awarded SEH and the University of Minnesota a 2011 Seven Wonders of Engineering award for its design and construction support of the Pleasant Street Storm Sewer and Chilled Water Line Improvements on the University of Minnesota campus.
Two engineering professionals – Karen Cavett, PE and Chuck Vermeersch, PE – recently joined SEH’s Mankato office. Together, they represent a powerhouse of opportunity to offer increased municipal, water, and wastewater engineering services to municipalities, counties, and industries in southern Minnesota.
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.
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.