Author Heather Syverson

Steve Seibert Receives Inaugural Charles S. Vein Core Values Award

The Charles S. Vein Core Values Award recognizes Employee-Owners who exemplify AE2S’ core values of Vision, Passion, Integrity, Attitude, Value, and Relationships. AE2S created the new award in honor of the firm’s cofounder, Charlie Vein, who retired in 2021. “Throughout… Continue Reading →

Sturgis Water Resource Recovery Facility Features Membrane Bioreactor Technology

A South Dakota town known for its annual motorcycle rally is now getting attention for its innovative water resource recovery facility (WRRF) design. Sturgis is the first city in South Dakota to use membrane bioreactor (MBR) treatment technology in its… Continue Reading →

AE2S Celebrates 30th Anniversary!

AE2S Employee-Owners marked the consulting firm’s 30th anniversary on October 1. “Thirty years ago today, AE2S was founded in Grand Forks, North Dakota, with a focus on drinking water projects. Over the past three decades, the firm grew from two… Continue Reading →

AE2S Promotes Schaefer, Buecker, Boe, and Bogar

AE2S announces the promotions of four Employee-Owners! Scott Schaefer is now the AE2S Practices Director. In his new role, he will work with AE2S Practice Leaders in the continued development and implementation of technical solutions by leading innovation in AE2S… Continue Reading →


  November 3-5 NE Joint AWWA/WEA/APWA Fall Conference – Kearney, NE November 17-19 APWA-MN Chapter Workshop & Fall Conference – Brooklyn Park, MN December 7-10 Joint ND Water Convention & Irrigation Workshop – Bismarck, ND January 11-13 SD Rural Water’s… Continue Reading →

Employee Spotlight: Jordan Geiger, PE, Structural Practice Leader

Ever since he was a young boy working on construction projects with his dad in Minot, North Dakota, Jordan Geiger has enjoyed seeing projects progress from the planning phase to completion. His interest turned into a career in the structural… Continue Reading →

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