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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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Category: Concrete

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Only a few labs in the country are capable of performance testing of concrete curing compounds and “cure and seals” ...

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Category: Geotechnical

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AET engineer, Katie Zadrozny, discusses the Report Card project and the evaluation of data on dams in Minnesota...

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AET staff work alongside innovative ethanol producers and regulators -- providing compliance test data and working closely to meet the needs of all parties...

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Category: Careers

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Kolten Espinosa, a third-year civil engineering student at Minnesota State University, Mankato, became the first recipient of the Terry Swor Scholarship.

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Category: Geotechnical

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Sometimes it's wise to conduct a test pile program prior to the design of the foundation....

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Category: Project Highlight

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Award-winning project showcases successes at working with, rather than fighting against, the site’s natural conditions...

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Computed radiography is an inspection tool with many uses, including inspection of welds in the fabricated steel that supports buildings, bridges and other civil infrastructure.

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Winter wreaks havoc on both low-sloped and sloped roof systems. To head off roof leaks, a walk-over review of your roof is recommended at least twice a year...

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Category: Petrographics

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Physical, chemical, and petrographic properties were assessed to better understand the 125-year-old pavement’s durability and longevity...

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