Chelsea Buck Promoted to Assistant Office Manager Duluth

Sep 18, 2018

AET Announces Promotion of Chelsea Buck to
Assistant Office Manager in Duluth, MN

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA, September 18, 2018 - American Engineering Testing, Inc. (AET), a provider of geotechnical, environmental and material testing services, announced the promotion of Chelsea Buck, GIT, to Assistant Office Manager. She will have the primary responsibility of helping manage staff workloads, develop client relationships, and ensure AET delivers high-quality reports and expert advice to clients. 

“Chelsea has been an integral part of our Duluth office team since she joined AET in 2015. We are thrilled to promote her to this important position,” said Marijean Hoppe, PE, East Region Manager of AET. 

Ms. Buck holds a Geology degree from Cornell College in Iowa, and a Master of Geosciences from the University of Minnesota - Duluth. She is a member of the Geological Society of America, Minnesota Geotechnical Society, Association of Women Geoscientists, and Minnesota Groundwater Association. Ms. Buck has also recently been accepted into the Leadership Duluth Program where she is expected to graduate in 2019. 

American Engineering Testing, Inc. (AET) is an employee-owned engineering consulting firm, specializing in environmental, geotechnical, pavement, forensic, and construction materials engineering and testing. Our technical expertise, in-house lab and drilling resources, decades of experience, and rock-solid reputation attract quality-minded regional, national, and international clientele from both public and private sectors. Nearly 300 engineers, geologists, scientists and technical staff stand ready at AET to support your project -- from the design phase to ground-breaking, on through project completion, and beyond. Learn how we engineer and deliver creative solutions that improve our world at

Category: Geotechnical

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