Jeff Heidner Joins Billings Office
Jeff Heidner recently joined Morrison-Maierle’s Billings office as a senior water-wastewater engineer.
In this role, he will be plan, design, and provide construction administration. He will initially be working on the City of Billings’ 48-inch and 60-inch Sanitary Interceptor Rehabilitation Project. Furthering his work for the City of Billings, Jeff will also be working on the Walter Pump Station Generator and the Wastewater masterplan, along with a MR&I project for the Crow Tribe of Montana.
Jeff grew up in Wolf Point, Montana, and attended Montana State University in Bozeman where he graduated with a BS in civil engineering in 2002. He received his PE in 2007 and became a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) in 2009.
Prior to coming to Morrison-Maierle, Jeff worked as a senior engineer and municipal group manager at Sanderson Stewart for more than 17 years.
Outside of work, Jeff likes to hike, fish, “enjoy a quality cup of coffee,” help his parents on the farm and spend time with his wife, their three children, and their cat.