missoula public library

Missoula Public Library Nestled in the city’s vibrant downtown, the Missoula Public Library is a 106,675-square-foot cultural and educational center that replaces its former 1970s-era building. Designed with a focus on changing technology, accommodating future growth, upholding sustainability, and space for community engagement, this four-story building includes: Missoula Community Access Television (MCAT) – a media production studio. University of Montana Living Lab – a research facility. Hank and Nancy Harrington Children’s Library. Families First Learning Lab. University of Montana spectrum Discovery Area. Book collections, a kitchen, and space for genealogical research. An events space for meetings, receptions, and community social events. Engineering Services Our teamRead More →

Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day By Letha Ebelt, PHR, Vice President – Today is International Women in Engineering Day, which got me thinking about Morrison-Maierle and the fantastic female employee-owners I work with. It also made me recall the first Board of Directors meeting I attended in 2006. The Board, up to that point, consisted of men. Now, in 2022, our Board Chair and two of our six members are women. It’s inspiring to see the growth and progress our company has made in this area. I am looking forward to attending our quarterly Board of Directors meeting next week in our Bend, Oregon,Read More →