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MATT ERICKSON JOINS AE2S

AE2S (Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has hired Matt Erickson as an Engineer in Training in the firm's Grand Forks, ND headquarters. He is part of AE2S' Water Group, and is responsible for several projects including pilot s...

AE2S (Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.) has hired Matt Erickson as an Engineer in Training in the firm's Grand Forks, ND headquarters. He is part of AE2S' Water Group, and is responsible for several projects including pilot study reports and assisting with feasibility studies and designs.

"Matt represents one of those great hires who interned with us before moving into full-time work," says Wayne Gerszewski, PE, AE2S Project Manager in Grand Forks. Erickson interned at AE2S as a surveyor's assistant and Resident Project Representative (RPR) assisting on water treatment plant membrane pilot studies, street reconstruction, and road assessments in cities such as Grand Forks and Langdon, ND.

"It was only natural to have Matt continue his work with us full time, and we're happy to have him on board," says Gerszewski.

Originally from Grand Forks, Erickson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, and is on track to graduate in December with a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering with an environmental emphasis.

About AE2S

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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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