Prairie People: New hires and promotions for the week ending Dec. 2, 2022

Individuals profiled this week include those from Ackerman-Estvold and Vantage Point Solutions.

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Ackerman-Estvold welcomes project designer

MINOT, N.D. • Travis Bean has joined the Ackerman-Estvold Fargo, North Dakota, office as a project designer.

Travis Bean
Travis Bean
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Bean earned Bachelor of Science in environmental design and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from North Dakota State University. He has extensive experience in commercial building design, space planning and large-scale additions.

His responsibilities will include conceptual design, design development, and construction management on architectural projects throughout the region.

Ackerman-Estvold is a professional engineering and architectural firm headquartered in Minot, North Dakota, with an additional office location in Fargo, Williston, North Dakota, and Boise, Idaho. The firm provides planning, design, and construction services for public and private clients throughout North Dakota and surrounding states.


Vantage Point Solutions hires manager of Regulatory & Legal in the consulting department

MITCHELL, S.D. • Vantage Point Solutions recently hired Jeff Clancy, who has joined the Vantage Point team as manager of Regulatory & Legal in the Consulting department.

Jeff Clancy
Jeff Clancy
Image: Courtesy of Vantage Point Solutions

Clancy previously represented clients in a corporate counsel role and brings with him a decade of industry experience and even more corporate legal knowledge.

Clancy’s negotiation, transactional, and merger and acquisition experiences are a complement to Vantage Point’s other licensed attorneys in the dynamic Consulting department, which provides strategic, financial, and regulatory expertise to guide clients.

Clancy earned his JD from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan and is a member of the State Bar of Minnesota. He participates as a member of the Minnesota Telecom Alliance Regulatory Committee and resides in Central Minnesota.

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