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TREVOR THARALDSON JOINS AE2S

AE2S (Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has hired Trevor Tharaldson as an Engineer in Training in the firm's Minot, ND office. He is part of AE2S' Municipal Group and provides Resident Project Representative (RPR) services in...

AE2S (Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has hired Trevor Tharaldson as an Engineer in Training in the firm's Minot, ND office. He is part of AE2S' Municipal Group and provides Resident Project Representative (RPR) services in Crosby, ND. He will also work on utility improvement projects which will be constructed in 2014 in Crosby, Surrey, and Minot. "We have a lot of exciting work underway in cities like Crosby, where we are working on a wastewater lagoon improvement project, water and sewer main improvements in the newly-platted Southridge Acres, a water tower replacement, and street and sidewalk lighting additions," says Antonio Conti, PE, AE2S Project Manager. "Trevor's observational skills and attention to detail serve to ensure work is completed to the highest standards for our clients." Originally from Fargo, ND, Tharaldson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND.

AE2S specializes in water, wastewater, water resources, rural water, civil engineering, geomatics, structural engineering, electrical engineering, instrumentation and controls, and financial services. AE2S has offices located in Bismarck, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot, Watford City, and Williston, ND; Eagan, Maple Grove, and Moorhead, MN; Great Falls and Kalispell, MT; Madison, WI; and Salt Lake City, UT. For more information, visit www.ae2s.com or AE2S on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

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