WSN’s Eric Jendro makes Prairie Business magazine’s 40 Under 40 list

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Each year, Prairie Business magazine publishes its 40 Under 40 list – 40 of the region’s top professionals, all under the age of 40. These inspiring and dedicated professionals come from a wide range of industries across North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota — each making significant contributions to their profession and community. They are entrepreneurs, industry experts, executives, and nonprofit and community leaders. Widseth Smith Nolting’s Director of Mechanical Engineering Eric Jendro, PE, VP, made this year’s 40 Under 40 list. Continue reading “WSN’s Eric Jendro makes Prairie Business magazine’s 40 Under 40 list”

December’s featured project on your WSN calendar: Lakeland Public Television Broadcast Facility

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Through planning meetings, design charrettes, and ongoing discussions with LPTV and other stakeholders, WSN’s design team gained valuable insight into LPTV’s needs, goals, and visions for its new 17,600 square foot broadcast facility. Celebrated by the community, staff, volunteers, and dignitaries, including Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie, the facility is poised to support LPTV’s mission and service to the greater Bemidji community for many years.  Continue reading “December’s featured project on your WSN calendar: Lakeland Public Television Broadcast Facility”

Keep the water clean and your budget green — get your questionnaire in to be considered for the CWSRF program

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Wastewater treatment plant projects are eligible.

North Dakota is accepting completed questionnaires for projects to be included or to remain on the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Project Priority List (PPL)—a required step toward possible funding by CWSRF in 2017. The CWSRF Program provides low interest, up-to-thirty-year loans to help pay for wastewater infrastructure projects that protect public health and bring into or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act.  Continue reading “Keep the water clean and your budget green — get your questionnaire in to be considered for the CWSRF program”

WSN’s Hermes and Carlson spend day with students at 2016 Rochester STEAM event

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WSN’s Ryan Hermes talks with students at the 2016 Rochester STEAM event.

Widseth Smith Nolting plays an active role in supporting the growth of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) curriculum in K–12 schools across Minnesota and North Dakota. On Tuesday, November 15Ryan Hermes and Brian Carlson engaged with more than 2,400 6th-8th graders who attended the event held at the RCTC Campus Fieldhouse.  Continue reading “WSN’s Hermes and Carlson spend day with students at 2016 Rochester STEAM event”

Widseth Smith Nolting Welcomes Architect Yanyan Li

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Yanyan Li joined Widseth Smith Nolting’s Rochester architecture team. Yanyan is registered to practice architecture in the states of Minnesota and Maryland. She holds a Master of Architecture from Virginia Tech and is a LEED® Accredited Professional.  Continue reading “Widseth Smith Nolting Welcomes Architect Yanyan Li”

Mills Fleet Farm Monticello Groundbreaking

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Mills Fleet Farm broke ground on November 9th at their new Monticello, MN, location. In attendance were representatives from the City of Monticello, the Monticello Chamber of Commerce, Mills Fleet Farm, Baratto Brothers, and Widseth Smith Nolting. The 165,000-square-foot store is slated to open Fall 2017. We’re proud to be part of another Fleet Farm store, and wish our clients well as they continue to expand.

November’s featured project on your WSN calendar: Granite Falls Historic Pedestrian Bridge

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Granite Falls’ historic footbridge was built in 1935 under license from the Roebling Company—the firm famous for designing the Brooklyn Bridge. Years of service and floodwaters had taken its toll on the 280-foot suspension bridge. Continue reading “November’s featured project on your WSN calendar: Granite Falls Historic Pedestrian Bridge”