John H. Morrison, Jr., PE, Morrison-Maierle’s third President and CEO, was inducted into the Montana Society of Engineers Hall of Fame on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at the Joint Engineers Conference in Helena.

Though his 60-year career, John has left a strong engineering legacy and service to the state of Montana. He was first introduced to the profession by his father, John H. Morrison, Sr. at the age of 13. As one of the two founders of Morrison-Maierle, John Sr. called upon his son to assist him with a survey. From then on, John Jr. continued learning engineering and land surveying practices from his father and helped his on projects when he could.

After receiving his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Montana State University in 1955, John served for two years in the U.S. Army Combat Engineers as a platoon leader and company commander for the 34th and 35th Combat Engineer Battalions. He finished his military service and came back to Montana to work for his father.