Author Heather Syverson

The Benefits of Adopting a Drought Contingency Plan

As of the first week of September, more than 30% of the United States is experiencing drought conditions according to the National Integrated Drought Information System. The need for drought contingency planning is apparent considering the megadrought occurring in the western… Continue Reading →

AE2S Named to National and Regional Best Places to Work Lists

AE2S is again among the top places to work according to the prestigious Zweig Group and Prairie Business Magazine. Zweig Group named AE2S among the best engineering firms to work for in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. The… Continue Reading →

Employee Spotlight: Justin Klabo, PE, Operations Manager

The combination of a knack for problem solving and a caring advisor with a hometown connection led Justin Klabo, PE, down the path of becoming a Civil Engineer. The AE2S Operations Manager credits fixing things on the farm in Sharon,… Continue Reading →

AE2S Celebrates New Rapid City Office Location

AE2S hosted an open house at the firm’s new Rapid City office on May 18th. Elevate Rapid City, the local Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development organization, helped celebrate with a ribbon cutting. “It was fun to host members of… Continue Reading →

Piloting Allows Water Systems to Take Treatment Test Flights

Taking a test flight of a treatment method prior to adding a new process or technology is a prudent practice that allows water and wastewater systems to effectively “try before they buy” a change to their system. The State of… Continue Reading →

Employee Spotlight: Joe Noble, PE, Operations Manager

Thousands of airmen have relocated to Rapid City, South Dakota, because Ellsworth Air Force Base is located there. Ironically, Joe Noble, PE, had already left active-duty service in the Air Force when he moved his family from Colorado to South… Continue Reading →

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