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-90 Rockfall Design-Build – that won Best Institutional Project and Best Reconstruction of a Rural Project respectively.