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 →

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 →

APWA Project of the Year awarded to Morrison-Maierle for Deep Creek bridge project Morrison-Maierle’s Deep Creek Segment A Accelerated Bridge Construction project was recently named the 2014 Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association’s Rocky Mountain Chapter. According to the chapter, this award was established to promote excellence in the management and administration of public works projects by recognizing the alliance between the managing agency, the consultant (architect or engineer) and the contractor who have all worked together to complete public works projects. Awards are given in two divisions: less than $5 million and more than $5 million. This project received the lessRead More →

A Morrison-Maierle project was recently featured on the cover of Building Montana 2015, a publication from the Montana Contractor’s Association that profiles its yearly Excellence Awards. The project, which was designed by Morrison-Maierle structural engineer, Alan Stanberry, is for Pioneer Aerostructures, a Helena-area company that manufactures parts for the aeronautics industry. Stanberry designed all of the structural and foundation components of the $4.7 million building, which is a partially pre-engineered facility. Morrison-Maierle’s partners on this project are CWG Architecture and Dick Anderson Construction, both of Helena, Montana. Building Montana 2015 also profiles two other Morrison-Maierle projects – the MSU College of Business and the I-90Read More →

Morrison Maierle, Inc. I-90 Rockfall Project wins MCA award

The design team recently won the Montana Contractors Association 2014 Best Reconstruction of a Rural Project award for the I-90 Rockfall Project. Morrison-Maierle and its partners Tetra Tech, Schellinger Construction, and the Montana Department of Transportation attended MCA’s annual convention and were honored to receive this notable award. For more information on the Montana Contractors Association, please click here.Read More →

Morrison-Maierle claimed several top honors in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Montana awards recently. The Montana Grand Project Award was given to HDR Engineering and Morrison-Maierle for their work on the Hyalite/Sourdough Water Treatment Plant in Bozeman. Upon completion of this project, the City of Bozeman can now meet the complex water infrastructure needs of this rapidly growing mountain community. The Hyalite/Sourdough WTP is a state-of-the-art facility with numerous features that set it apart as a model project and will also serve as a training facility for membrane operators. Morrison-Maierle also received top honors in the structural systems category for its DeepRead More →

Morrison-Maierle was recently named as one of the “Best Firms To Work For” by professional services industry leader, ZweigWhite. ZweigWhite measures business success in the architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting industries throughout the U.S. and Canada. Headquartered in Helena, Montana, Morrison-Maierle placed 11th in the multi-discipline category and 55th overall in the Top 100 listing of firms that include architecture, civil engineering, multi-discipline engineering, and structural engineering. ZweigWhite’s “Best Firms to Work For” recognizes the top firms that are creating work places that inspire, motivate, and reward their employees both professionally and personally. This year’s selection process included the evaluation and compilation of corporate-level andRead More →

Once again, Morrison-Maierle has been named to the Engineering News Record’s (ENR) Intermountain Top Design Firm list. Listed in the number three spot in 2013, Morrison-Maierle continues to hold the same spot in 2014. ENR’s list is revenue based, and shows the firm’s Billings East End Storm Drain project ($1.58M) as its largest to break ground last year. The list also shows Morrison-Maierle’s percentage of market sectors as 34 for Transportation, 34 for Sewage and Solid Waste and 18 for General Building. For more information on ENR’s listings, visit http://mountainstates.construction.com/Read More →

The Montana Department of Transportation and its engineering consultant, Morrison-Maierle have been selected as the winner of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s 2014 FHWA Excellence in Utility Construction Management Award for the I-15 Custer Interchange Project in Helena, Montana. The FHWA Excellence in Utility Awards recognizes exemplary projects that successfully integrate the consideration of utilities in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of transportation facilities. MDT and Morrison-Maierle’s award recognizes their excellence in utility construction management on the Custer project. The project team engaged multiple utility companies early in the design phase and continued to consult with them during construction. They also used several innovativeRead More →

Morrison-Maierle, Inc. recently accepted two regional Project of the Year awards at the annual Joint Engineers Conference Banquet held Nov. 6, 2013 in Helena. Each year, the American Society of Civil Engineers honors the top projects in two categories: those under $10M and those greater than $10M. In ASCE’s Region 8, which spans nine states, Morrison-Maierle took home the top honor in the less-than $10M category with its Bigfork Wastewater Treatment Plant Membrane Bioreactor Upgrade and received honorable mention for its Lockwood Sanitary Sewer Phase 1 project. The Bigfork WWTP project demonstrates the successful implementation of state-of-the-art wastewater treatment technology in a small Montana community.Read More →

Morrison-Maierle, Inc. recently won three top honors in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Montana 2014 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition. ACEC-Montana honored these projects at the Montana Engineering Honors Banquet at the Joint Engineers Conference on Nov. 6 in Helena. Each entrant was rated on the following categories: original or innovative application of new or existing techniques; future value to the engineering profession; social, economic and sustainable design; complexity; and exceeding client/owner needs. In the Structural Systems category, Morrison-Maierle’s project for the City Missoula and its Wastewater Treatment Plant Headworks took the top honors. This project was constructed on a constricted site adjacentRead More →

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport Expansion and Improvements Morrison-Maierle has been assisting Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport at Gallatin Field with their engineering needs for over 50 years. A 2016 ACEC Montana Engineering Excellence Grand Prize winner coupled with the East Belgrade Interchange, the airport serves Bozeman area residents and travelers to southwest Montana and popular sites like Big Sky and Yellowstone National Park. After 9/11, the airport implemented temporary changes to their existing screening checkpoints, but it became clear that more room was needed to efficiently move passengers through TSA security screening. In addition to the new terminal building, other improvements include a new aircraft parking apron,Read More →