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(Feb. 18, 2019) AE2S (Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) announces the promotion of Jeff Hruby to Business Development Director. Hruby has been with AE2S since 2012 serving as the Water Resources Practice Leader, and more recently, also as the firm’s Civil Practices Director....Full Article
(Jan. 9, 2019) AE2S (Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has announced its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Grant Meyer has worked for AE2S for over 20 years and is credited with strategic initiatives and growth in his time as Business Development Director and Chief Development Officer as well as bringing the environmental engineering consulting firm into the Twin Cities and Minnesota market by establishing an office in Maple Grove, Minn....Full Article
The September 2018 issue of Prairie Business names and honors the 50 Best Places to Work in the northern Plains and AE2S is featured again this year.
Employees of the businesses on the list nominate organizations by submitting anonymous employee-satisfaction surveys, and Prairie Business uses the survey results to select the 50 Best. The magazine received more than 1,300 nominations from employees from around the region, according to Tom Dennis, Prairie Business Editor....Full Article
The City of Havre, Montana has one of the first upgraded wastewater treatment facilities (WWTF) in Montana to comply with the State’s new Numeric Nutrient Limits without a variance. The City of Havre is located in north central Montana and serves a population of 10,325 people.Read more
Affordability is a top concern cited by policy makers and utility managers. From a big picture perspective, unaffordable utility rates create two problems: 1) hardship for ratepayers, and 2) inadequate revenues for the utility. This article does not address how or why utility charges may reach a level that is viewed as unaffordable. Rather, it discusses the practice of billing frequency and the role it can play in revenue adequacy for a utility.Read more
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