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 →

Morrison-Maierle receives three ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards The Montana Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) recently awarded Morrison-Maierle with three 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards for projects in the transportation, structural systems, and building/technology categories. Design teams from the firm’s offices in Bozeman, Missoula, and Helena accepted the awards for their work on these projects. The firm’s Bert Mooney Airport Terminal project incorporated many cost-saving engineering measures that helped create a new terminal that now meets all security and safety measures while honoring Butte’s rich history with structural and architectural elements throughout the building. Morrison-Maierle worked with Butte-native, Paul Powers, who is theRead More →

Spirit of Service for Those in Need “My favorite tool is probably my paint sprayer; it makes painting an entire house, and sometimes a garage, in one day, possible,” says Mike Brandt, PE, who has used it on at least eight Spirit of Service houses – some with detached garages requiring extra effort – during the Helena office’s annual Spirit of Service event. Morrison-Maierle, along with other Helena businesses, dedicate a day of service each year toward helping others with house and yard work. Operated through the Rocky Mountain Development Council, Spirit of Service is an annual “spring cleaning” event promoted by local businesses and organizationsRead More →