Laura Bourne Relocates to Morrison-Maierle’s Casper Office
After more than seven and a half years in Morrison-Maierle’s Gillette Office, Laura Bourne is moving south to support the growth of the Casper Office.
Laura, Wyoming born and raised, is a design engineer with extensive experience in airport design, planning, and construction management. She also has experience in water-wastewater projects, street rehabilitation projects, and heavy civil projects. As an airport design engineer and planner, she has a wide range of experience primarily on non-hub air carriers and general aviation airports.
Laura has been involved with many projects over her career including the Yellowstone Regional Airport Master Plan, the Northeast Wyoming Regional Airport Lighting project and Electrical Vault Upgrade, the Mondell Field Taxilane Expansion, the Gillette-Madison Pipeline Construction, the Denver International Airport South Terminal Reconstruction Project, and the Pecos Street over I-70 Accelerated Bridge Reconstruction Project.
Before coming to Morrison-Maierle, she worked for three and a half years at Kiewit Infrastructure Co. She has a B.S. in civil engineering and an M.S. in construction management, both from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
Laura and her family look forward to integrating with the community and exploring all that Casper and central Wyoming has to offer.