With its vast expanse of flat land and dramatic weather patterns that can bring feet of snow or rain depending on the season, North Dakota is particularly prone to flood emergencies. The Red River Valley, on the far eastern side… Continue Reading →
It appears Jacob Strombeck is genetically predisposed to be an engineer. “My father was an engineer and my grandfather was basically an engineer, so it naturally fit. Side note, my two younger brothers will also be engineers, so I guess… Continue Reading →
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) has recognized Scott Schaefer, AE2S Wastewater Practice Leader, for his contributions to public health during the coronavirus pandemic. Schaefer has coauthored several WEF guides and participated in webcasts over the past few months alongside other… Continue Reading →
Third Quarter 2020 Conferences throughout the country have been cancelled or postponed in an effort to help mitigate the transmission of COVID-19. AE2S will resume providing information about conferences once they are rescheduled.
COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, has drastically affected life around the world. One sector that has not received much media attention thus far is how utilities are maintaining operations during this public health crisis. It is critical that water sector professionals… Continue Reading →
AE2S is expanding its services to include Infrastructure Management and Municipal Planning to provide more comprehensive planning services that complement the engineering firm’s traditional drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater services. The addition of Municipal Planning Services aligns the Geographic Information… Continue Reading →