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Prairie People: New hires and promotions for the week ending Nov. 18, 2022

Individuals profiled this week include those from Enclave and Interstate Engineering.

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As they become available, Prairie Business highlights new hires, promotions, and employee achievements from organizations in the Dakotas and western Minnesota. This week's spotlight includes the following:

Enclave welcomes marketing and communications coordinator

WEST FARGO, N.D. • Enclave, a fully integrated development, construction, and property management company founded in 2011, recently welcomed Caitlin Hanson to the team as marketing and communications coordinator.

Caitlin Hanson
Caitlin Hanson
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A native of Morris, Minnesota, Hanson received her Bachelor of Science degree in advertising and mass communications from MSUM and brings experience in public relations writing and content marketing to the team.

In her role as marketing and communications coordinator, Hanson will contribute to marketing campaigns, promotions, and overall brand alignment with an emphasis on communications.

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Prior to joining Enclave, Hanson served as a public relations writer at Ironclad Marketing.

Interstate Engineering welcomes three new members

JAMESTOWN, N.D. • Interstate Engineering, a civil engineering, surveying and planning firm headquartered in Jamestown, North Dakota, recently welcomed several new members to its team.

Ben Albrecht recently joined the Jamestown office as an IT specialist.

Ben Albrecht
Ben Albrecht
Image: Courtesy of Interstate Engineering

He joins the team with a Bachelor of Arts degree in information technology from the University of Jamestown and brings 10 years of experience. His knowledge and experience will enhance the IT team and make him a valuable addition to the company as a whole.

Interstate Engineering expanded survey services with the addition of Easton Weeks to the Mandan office.

Easton Weeks
Easton Weeks
Image: Courtesy of Interstate Engineering

After serving as a seasonal employee for the past three summers, Easton recently joined the team full-time as a field technician. His knowledge and passion for drone survey and data collection will enhance the Interstate Engineering team.

The company also hired Will Strike, who has joined the Billings, Montana, office. As a CADD technician, he joins the team with an Associate of Applied Science degree in drafting technology from Northwest College. His knowledge and dedication will complement the growing team.

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Interstate Engineering member earns Professional Land Surveyor License

JAMESTOWN, N.D. • Interstate Engineering is proud to announce that Dusty Vosberg, PLS, recently obtained his Professional Land Surveyor License in the state of North Dakota.

Dustin Vosberg
Dustin Vosberg
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Vosberg passed the required exams by successfully demonstrating the proper combination of education and experience.

Vosberg has more than 10 years of experience in land surveying. He earned his Associate of Applied Science degree in land surveying and civil engineering technology from North Dakota State College of Science.

“Congratulations to Dusty on receiving his PLS,” said Zach Hatting, Wahpeton office manager. “It has been a long time in the making, but his hard work and dedication have paid off. Dusty’s achievement boosts Interstate Engineering’s ability to serve our clients.”

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