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AET is actively involved in a number of professional and civic organizations in addition to our technical and project activities. Learn more about what’s happening at AET here and through our firm newsletter, The American Edge.

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AET hired Bruce Boehm Carlson, to expand their environmental project management capabilities. Mr. Boehm Carlson brings the environmental department over 15 year…

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Category: Pavement

Foamed asphalt is becoming increasingly prevalent as a stabilizing agent for pavement rehabilitation projects throughout the Upper Midwest.

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Category: Environmental

We are often asked what to do with excess contaminated fill soils or “dirty dirt” from construction or redevelopment projects. Off-site reuse of excess contamin…

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Category: Concrete

Curing is the final step in the nearly 70-step, highly complex process of concrete production and placement. As in any process, missing or poorly performing any…

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Greg Reuter, PE, PG, D.GE of AET and John Weeldreyer, PE of the SDDOT presented on South Dakota’s LRFD Pile Test Program.

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AET's Marketing Director, Bill Holder, will participate in a SMPS Twin Cities round-table discussion on cultural and operational integration of business develop…

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Robert will be responsible for the management and growth of AET’s Western Region.

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AET's Dan Larson was a key ACEC witness during legislative hearings and will be speaking at the ACEC/MN PAC session on the new law's impacts.

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Gregory Reuter, PE, PG, D.GE of AET and Dr. Gianni Togliani published a paper on CPT/CPTu Pile Capacity Prediction Methods

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Jenna Vujic shared case studies to give ideas and advice on ways to reduce risk associated with petroleum contaminated soil when planning and managing upcoming …

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