MINOT, N.D. • Ackerman-Estvold says it has expanded services by opening an office in Fargo, N.D., the fourth location for the company.
“The Ackerman-Estvold team is excited to expand our services into eastern North Dakota, company President and COO Steven Eberle said in statement announcing the plans. “A Fargo office provides us with the opportunity to service clients in all areas of North Dakota. The opening of this branch allows us to implement elements of our strategic plan by investing in new markets and geographical locations. We look forward to serving the Engineering & Architectural needs of the Fargo region.”
Vice President Tim Arens has relocated from Minot to Fargo to serve as the Fargo office manager. The office is located at the 42nd Street Office Park, 4165 30th Ave S., Suite 100.
Arens oversees the transportation group with over 17 years of experience working extensively on projects with the North Dakota Department of Transportation and the Missouri Department of Transportation. Arens earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota.
Stacy Flaten, PE, recently joined the Fargo office as a senior engineer. She brings more than 20 years of experience in the transportation field to her new role. Flaten earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University, Fargo, and an Associate of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from Northwest Technical College, Detroit Lakes, Minn. Flaten’s career has included working for several regional consulting engineering firms and the ND Department of Transportation.
Ackerman-Estvold, which has more than 50 employees, is a professional engineering and architecture firm headquartered in Minot, N.D., with additional office locations in Williston, N.D., and Boise, Idaho. The firm provides planning, design, and construction services for public and private clients throughout North Dakota, Idaho, and surrounding states.
“We are thrilled about the addition of the Fargo location and as a homegrown North Dakota organization, it is a priority for us to have a vested interest in the communities in which we are located” Eberle said.