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Short Elliott Hendrickson Celebrates 90 Years of Service

ST. PAUL, MINN. – It took only 90 years, but what started as a local, one-person operation in 1927, has grown to a nationally recognized company with over 800 employee-owners whose work can be found in 42 states. On May … Continue reading

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Ulteig Celebrates 70th Anniversary

FARGO, N.D. – 2014 marks Ulteig’s 70th anniversary, making the engineering firm one of the oldest in the Upper Midwest. Founded in 1944 as an electrical engineering firm, Ulteig has expanded its service sectors beyond power. With eight offices in … Continue reading

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Ulteig Names Hoskins COO

ST. PAUL, MINN. – The engineering firm Ulteig has promoted Jason Hoskins to the position of chief operating officer. Previously serving as the technical director for the substation, Hoskins now brings his 21 years of experience in engineering and consulting … Continue reading

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The End of A Great Aviation Tech School Program

A Guest Editorial by Jim Freeman JANESVILLE, WIS. – It was with great disappointment for all of us in the aviation community and our local community to watch the final destruction of the award-winning and viable Blackhawk Technical College (BTC) … Continue reading

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SEH & Yaggy Colby To Merge

St. Paul, Minnesota (February 19, 2014) – The engineering/architecture companies Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH®) and Yaggy Colby Associates (Yaggy) have announced their intent to merge. The merger will provide the firms’ public and private clients access to more resources … Continue reading

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Rippke To Retire From Bolton & Menk

MANKATO, MINN. – Jon Rippke, P.E., Chairman of the Board of the engineering firm Bolton & Menk, Inc., headquartered in Mankato, Minnesota, will be retiring at the end of 2013 after 40 years of service with the company. Rippke previously … Continue reading

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Engineer’s Workshop To Be Held February 2014

The 2014 Wisconsin Bureau of Aeronautics Engineer’s Workshop will be held Tuesday, February 12 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Madison. This daylong workshop brings airport engineering consultants together with Bureau of Aeronautics engineering staff to focus on airport development … Continue reading

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The Life of A Corporate Pilot & Airport Engineer Two Generations & Counting

by Dave Weiman Flying for a corporation has its advantages and disadvantages. Pilots usually have stability and job security with a corporation that tries to get their employees home each night, thanks to the company plane! But for the pilot, … Continue reading

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Mead & Hunt Awarded AAAE’s Corporate Cup of Excellence!

ATLANTA, GA. – The airport engineering firm of Mead & Hunt, Inc., has been awarded the 2011 American Association of Airport Executives’ (AAAE) Corporate Cup of Excellence at the association’s annual conference in Atlanta in May 2011. Since 1986, AAAE … Continue reading

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Wichita Aero Club Spotlights New National Center For Aviation Training

WICHITA, KAN. – The Wichita Aero Club launched its third year by spotlighting Air Capital’s newest aviation resource, the National Center for Aviation Training at the club’s January 18, 2011 luncheon held in the center’s 258,000 square foot complex located … Continue reading

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