Increasing the quality of life and generating lasting, innovative, and sustainable solutions for clients, employees, and the community—that’s the overarching message behind the new SEH brand statement.
News and Awards
In 2011, SEH received over a dozen awards representing client projects and solutions, each contributing to Building a Better World for All of Us. The awards also recognize the outstanding achievements of our employees.
At the junction of I-25 and US 34 in Loveland, Colorado, car accidents and near-accidents were common due to off-ramps which hadn’t been designed for the volume of traffic the junction now handles. The City of Loveland recognized the need for improvements and created a public-private partnership with the Centerra Metropolitan District for the $11.5 million interchange improvements.
The City Engineers Association of Minnesota (CEAM) awarded SEH with the prestigious “2011 Project of the Year Award” on Jan. 25, 2012 for the innovative and successful “Trunk Water Main Pipe Rehabilitation Project”.
Polio, once virtually eradicated around the world, is making a comeback.
A new fire station in Marshfield, Wisconsin, designed by SEH was recently awarded LEED Gold certification. Project Manager Trevor Frank and other team members worked with a committed group of fire department representatives, contractors and others to design the station that replaces an outdated facility.
La Crosse County, Wisconsin, operates one of the only full time, permanent on-site household hazardous materials (HHM) disposal facilities at its landfill site on Highway 16 in La Crosse, Wis.
With the construction of the Southland Lane Detention Pond, the City of Brookings wanted to reduce flooding issues downstream while creating a recreational amenity for the community.
Fundraising for Edina's Veterans Memorial will begin in earnest now that the City Council has approved the memorial's design and concept.
SEH of Indiana Welcomes Award-Winning Landscape Architect.