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Schmidt Joins AE2S

AE2S(Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has hired Adrian Schmidt as a Structural Engineering Technician. He will be based at the firm's Bismarck office, and will work on projects such as the Williston Water Treatment Plant Exp...

AE2S(Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has hired Adrian Schmidt as a Structural Engineering Technician. He will be based at the firm's Bismarck office, and will work on projects such as the Williston Water Treatment Plant Expansion, Moorhead's Public Service Intake and Pump Station Replacement, and various industrial and commercial structural projects.

Schmidt has 33 years of experience in his field, and knows what is needed to provide clear and concise construction drawings. He's overseen production of construction documents for many types of structures, and has

coordinated with architects, engineers, and contractors from preliminary stages of projects through completion.

Schmidt comes to AE2S' structural group after working as a CAD Project Manager at CW Structural Engineers in Bismarck, where he focused on the expansion of the North Dakota State Penitentiary and the Bismarck Collector Well, among other projects.

Schmidt is originally from Jamestown, North Dakota, and has his Associates Degree in Architectural Drafting from the North

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Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton. He enjoys kayaking in the

summer and cross country skiing in the winter.

About AE2S

AE2S specializes in water, wastewater, stormwater, municipal, geomatics, structural engineering, electrical engineering, instrumentation and controls, and financial services. AE2S has offices located in Bismarck, Dickinson, Williston, Watford City, Grand Forks, and Fargo ND; Kalispell and Great Falls, MT; and Moorhead, Maple Grove, and Eagan, MN. For more information, visit www.ae2s.com or AE2S Facebook.

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