Tana Greenfield, who has worked in the accounting department for the past five years has been promoted to staff accountant. In her new position, she will be responsible for accounting procedures for the company’s Bozeman and Kalispell offices, handling their billing and other project-related matters. Greenfield graduated with a B.A. from Concordia College, in Moorhead, MN, with a degree in English literature. She earned an associate’s degree in accounting in 2015 from Helena College. Related Stories… Spirit of Service for Those in Need Senior Engineer Jeff Ashley discusses water and wastewater solutions in Montana at TEDxHelenaRead More →

Nathan Todd joins Morrison-Maierle as a structural engineering intern. He is responsible for several facets of the company’s structural projects including the Bert Mooney Airport Terminal in Butte and the Lake Employee Housing in Yellowstone National Park. Todd is a 2014 graduate of North Dakota State University in civil engineering and earned his M.S. from Purdue University in December 2015. He is a native of Bismarck, North Dakota. Related Stories… Spirit of Service for Those in Need Senior Engineer Jeff Ashley discusses water and wastewater solutions in Montana at TEDxHelenaRead More →

Matthew Carr has been hired as a mechanical engineer. He is responsible for the design, completion, and management of mechanical system designs for several projects in the Bozeman area. Currently, he’s work on the renovations for Sacajawea Middle School. As a native of Peckville, Pennsylvania, Carr graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering with a specialization in mechanical. Prior to working at Morrison-Maierle, he worked at CTA. Related Stories… Spirit of Service for Those in Need Senior Engineer Jeff Ashley discusses water and wastewater solutions in Montana at TEDxHelenaRead More →

Wyatt Hatch, a recent graduate of Montana State University, was hired as a water resources engineer intern. He will be assisting with all of the company’s design procedures including those for the Stevensville Airport and a canal modeling for the East Fork Canal and Supply Diversion Improvement Project. Hatch grew up in Highwood, Montana, and previously worked as an intern for TD&H Engineering in Great Falls and Bozeman. Related Stories… Spirit of Service for Those in Need Senior Engineer Jeff Ashley discusses water and wastewater solutions in Montana at TEDxHelenaRead More →

Engineering News Record’s Mountain States (ENR) recently announced the winners of its 2015 Best Projects competition, and two Morrison-Maierle projects came out on top. The City of Great Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant won in the Water/Environment category and Jabs Hall, College of Business, Montana State University won the Higher Education/Research category. ENR Mountain States measures engineering projects in Utah, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. A panel of eight judges from all areas of the industry—architects, GCs, consultants, academics and engineers—select winners in each of categories. 
The project awards began in 2000. The City of Great Falls WWTP selected HDR andRead More →

Morrison-Maierle was recently ranked #3 by Engineering News Record (ENR) in their Intermountain Top Design Firms list. This list covers firms in Montana, Utah, and Idaho. The firm was ranked #1 in Montana against Electrical Consultants, Inc.; Anvil Corp.; CTA Architects Engineers; and Dowl. In addition to the Montana and Intermountain categories, Morrison-Maierle’s Wyoming offices ranked #53 in the Colorado-Wyoming category and #10 in the state of Wyoming. Morrison-Maierle’s Cody office opened in 2014 and its Gillette office has been in business since 2008. In the June 2015 article, “Design Markets Show Improvement ‘Across the Board’” it states that the firms located in the mountainRead More →

One of Morrison-Maierle’s recent transportation projects was recently featured in ASPIRE, The Concrete Bridge Magazine. Co-authored by Jim Scoles of Morrison-Maierle and Kent Barnes of the Montana Department of Transportation, the article profiles the design of U.S. Highway 12 bridges at milesposts 17.3, 19.6 and 19.8. Read the article here. The Lewis & Clark Highway – also known as U.S. Highway 12 – runs along the narrow floor of Deep Creek Canyon. The 24-ft-wide, two-lane highway between Townsend and White Sulphur Springs, Montana, was constructed in the 1930s with timber bridges at eight locations where the creek and the highway intersect. High flows during spring runoffRead More →

Morrison-Maierle recently celebrated the opening of the East Belgrade Interchange on I-90. A crowd of about 150 residents, clients and partners on the project met at the roundabout on the interchange to celebrate the end of a project that has been in the making, one way or another, since the 1970s. Bob Morrison, President and CEO of Morrison-Maierle, said, “I’d like to sincerely thank the Montana Transportation Commission and Department staff for providing Morrison-Maierle with the opportunity to design this project, their trust in our ability to serve our many clients in this area without conflict, and their partnership with us to get to thisRead More →

2015 Best Firms to Work For

For the second consecutive year, Morrison-Maierle has been named as one of the “Best Firms To Work For” by professional services industry leader, The Zweig Group. The Zweig Group measures business success in the architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting industries throughout the U.S. and Canada. Headquartered in Helena, Montana, Morrison-Maierle placed 30th in the multi-discipline category in the Top 100 listing of firms that include architecture, civil engineering, multi-discipline engineering, and structural engineering. The Zweig Group’s “Best Firms to Work For” recognizes firms that are creating work places that inspire, motivate, and reward their employees both professionally and personally. This year’s selection process included theRead More →

Morrison-Maierle has recently been named to the 2015 Engineering News-Record ’s (ENR) list of Top 500 Design Firms in the country ranking at number 347. The Top 500 list, published annually, ranks the 500 largest U.S.-based designs firms, both publicly and privately held, based on design-specific revenue. “This is a great award for our firm, and we are once again very honored to be recognized as one of the Top 500 architectural/engineering design firms in the country,” said Bob Morrison, President of Morrison-Maierle. “This award reflects the hard work our employee-owners do each and every day. Our mission is to “create solutions that build betterRead More →

Ryan Maroney, an Electrical Engineering Intern has accepted a full-time permanent position in the Morrison-Maierle Bozeman office. He has been been interning with Morrison-Maierle since September 2014.  Prior to this position, he interned for Western Area Power Administration in Billings during the Summer of 2014. His new project as a full-time employee will be electrical projects for the Bert Mooney Terminal Expansion in Butte and helping with other modeling and designing of electrical systems. A Bozeman native, Ryan received a B.S. in electrical engineering at MSU in May 2015. Outside of work, he likes anything outdoors, hunting, hiking, camping, fishing, and playing baseball. He has volunteered atRead More →

Morrison-Maierle recently hired a new civil engineer in its Kalispell Office. Aaron McConkey, a civil engineer is now part of the office’s Water-Wastewater Market Group A native of the Bigfork, Montana area, Aaron will be working on a water project for the Town of Hot Springs, Montana and other similar utility projects. Now living in Somers, he most recently worked at the City of Kalispell Public Works Department as a Project Manager and Engineer. Prior to that he worked at APEC Engineering in Kalispell as a Civil Engineer for 7 years. Aaron graduated from Bigfork High School in 2001 and MSU Bozeman with a B.S. in CivilRead More →

Morrison-Maierle’s Gillette Office recently hired Patrick Stetson as an Engineering Intern.  He will be assisting with design and construction of Gillette-area projects such as a street rehabilitation project and airport projects A native of Moorcroft, Wyoming, Patrick graduated from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology with a B.S in Civil Engineering in 2015. He’s currently pursuing his Land Surveying Certificate at the University of Wyoming. Prior to working for Morrison-Maierle, Patrick was employed at Cetec Engineering Services, Inc. Engineering as a surveying tech and HDR, Inc Engineering for five years as a surveying tech. Outside of his work at Morrison-Maierle, Patrick spends lots of timeRead More →