Morrison-Maierle announces 2019-20 Board of Directors Morrison-Maierle is pleased to announce its Board of Directors for the 2019-20 term. The board includes: Debbie Johnston Debbie will serve as the Board chair for a one-year term. Debbie has been with Morrison-Maierle for 17 years and is the Industrial Market Group Leader based in the Missoula, MT office. Randy Bomar Randy is the newest addition to the Board and is Morrison-Maierle’s Wyoming Operations Manager based out of Sheridan, WY. Randy is the former President of Vista West Engineering and is a 3-year employee-owner elected to a three-year term. Kurt Keith Kurt is the Chief Client Services OfficerRead More →

Engineering News Record’s Mountain States (ENR) recently announced the winners of its 2015 Best Projects competition, and two Morrison-Maierle projects came out on top. The City of Great Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant won in the Water/Environment category and Jabs Hall, College of Business, Montana State University won the Higher Education/Research category. ENR Mountain States measures engineering projects in Utah, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. A panel of eight judges from all areas of the industry—architects, GCs, consultants, academics and engineers—select winners in each of categories. 
The project awards began in 2000. The City of Great Falls WWTP selected HDR andRead More →

Morrison-Maierle was recently ranked #3 by Engineering News Record (ENR) in their Intermountain Top Design Firms list. This list covers firms in Montana, Utah, and Idaho. The firm was ranked #1 in Montana against Electrical Consultants, Inc.; Anvil Corp.; CTA Architects Engineers; and Dowl. In addition to the Montana and Intermountain categories, Morrison-Maierle’s Wyoming offices ranked #53 in the Colorado-Wyoming category and #10 in the state of Wyoming. Morrison-Maierle’s Cody office opened in 2014 and its Gillette office has been in business since 2008. In the June 2015 article, “Design Markets Show Improvement ‘Across the Board’” it states that the firms located in the mountainRead More →

Deep Creek Weekend Bridges project featured in ASPIRE magazine One of Morrison-Maierle’s recent transportation projects was recently featured in ASPIRE, The Concrete Bridge Magazine. Co-authored by Jim Scoles of Morrison-Maierle and Kent Barnes of the Montana Department of Transportation, the article profiles the design of U.S. Highway 12 bridges at mileposts 17.3, 19.6 and 19.8. Read the article here. The Lewis & Clark Highway – also known as U.S. Highway 12 – runs along the narrow floor of Deep Creek Canyon. The 24-ft-wide, two-lane highway between Townsend and White Sulphur Springs, Montana, was constructed in the 1930s with timber bridges at eight locations where theRead More →