04.04.2016 - Sanderson Stewart Adds New Positions
Sanderson Stewart announces the recent re-organization and addition of new positions. Macgregor Fogelsong, PE, LEED AP, Vice-President and former Billings Branch Manager, has taken the newly-formed position of Chief Operating Officer. In his new COO role, Mac will be responsible for operations management and project delivery firm-wide.
Sanderson Stewart has established the position of Regional Director to help manage the firm's shifting focus from branch management to a more mobile and decentralized regional workforce. The Regional Directors will be responsible for overseeing employee development within their regions, and for maintaining the firm's Ridiculocity Service and Quality programs.
Danielle Scharf, PE, PTOE, LEED AP, Associate Principal and former Bozeman Branch Manager will now be the Bozeman Regional Director. She will oversee the staff and projects in the Bozeman and western Montana areas.
Bill Morgan, PE, has recently returned to Sanderson Stewart after spending 12 years in Eugene, Oregon, working in Public Works. Bill will draw upon his more than 25 years of public and private experience in public works engineering and management to assist the Billings-area staff and clients as the new Billings Regional Director.
11.01.2015 - Terry Becomes Certified LAIT
Megan Terry, LAIT a a Landscape Designer with Sanderson Stewart, recently became certified as a Landscape Architect in Training (LAIT) by passing the initial portion of the Landscape Architect Registration Examination (L.A.R.E.). The L.A.R.E. is designed to comprehensively test the knowledge, skills and abilities required to practice landscape architecture. Megan works in Sanderson Stewart's multi-disciplinary Community Design Studio providing expertise in the areas of landscape design, site planning and environmental graphics. She holds a bachelor's of landscape architecture degree from the University of Idaho.
01.28.2015 - Christianson, Groshens join Sanderson Stewart
Terri Christianson has joined the firm as a Project Administrative Assistant working in the firm's commercial development group.
David Groshens, RLA, has joined the firm as a Senior Landscape Architect. Groshens has over 30 years of experience in landscape architecture and has worked on diverse projects including community and land planning, residential landscapes, commercial site development, streetscapes, trails and parks.
10.2.2014 - Terry joins Sanderson Stewart
Megan Terry, has joined the firm as a Staff Landscape Designer. Megan holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Idaho.
06.12.2014 - Sanderson Stewart Named US Chamber of Commerce Dream Big: Small Business of the Year for 2014
It seems that Big Dreams really do come true. Local engineering and community development services firm, Sanderson Stewart, was chosen by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce from a record number of applicants as the Small Business of the Year today at the 10th Annual America’s Small Business Summit in Washington DC. It is a huge honor to be the only Montana-based business, much less to win the top prize, amongst the 100 remarkable companies recognized as Blue Ribbon Winners this year. In February, Sanderson Stewart was notified that they were selected to be one of the 100 Blue Ribbon Award winners after being nominated by the Billings Chamber, where their corporate headquarters are based. In March, they were selected as one of the 7 regional finalists for the DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year. Representatives from the firm traveled to Washington DC to participate in the 10th annual America's Small Business Summit and learned that they won the big prize. After the awards ceremony, Michael Sanderson, President and CEO, said, "Wow! The number one small business in America! It's such a tremendous honor for our exceptionally talented and dedicated team, who are truly the best of the best. So it's very, very satisfying to see them get recognized on the national stage."
From humble beginnings in a Billings garage, Sanderson Stewart was incorporated in 1969 and has since grown to become a regional, award-winning firm with 70 professionals in Billings, Bozeman, and Plains, Montana; Williston, North Dakota, Twin Falls, Idaho, and Denver, Colorado. Following its core purpose, "To Plan and Design Enduring Communities," the company has evolved from a traditional civil engineering and land surveying company into the go-to firm for land development services in the region. While the firm's success has been tied to the various periods of growth and decline in the local economy, the firm has grown through it all to become a strong and stable presence in the communities it serves.
The company's President and CEO, Michael Sanderson; Chairman, Rick Leuthold; and Director of Marketing, Kari Andren were in attendance at the Dream Big Awards Luncheon to receive the award. The DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year Award is sponsored by Sam's Club®. It celebrates the success of small business and honors its contributions to America's economic growth. In addition to the recognition for Sanderson Stewart's professional accomplishments, community leadership, philanthropy, customer service, and employee relations, they received a $10,000 cash prize.
No word on how the cash prize will be allocated, but surely some of it will be going towards some champagne for the Cool, Smart, Talented People (CSTP) at Sanderson Stewart to celebrate their Big Dreams coming true!
06.08.2014 - Sheets Receives PE, Dougherty-McMichael, Craig Promoted
Leith Sheets, PE has been licensed as a professional engineer by the State of Montana. Sheets works as a staff engineer in the Land Development Group of Sanderson Stewart's Billings office. He holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Wyoming and has experience in site development, roadway design, transportation engineering and construction surveying and inspection.
Nick Dougherty-McMichael was promoted to survey party chief at Sanderson Stewart's Billings office. He holds a bachelor's degree in construction engineering technology from Montana State University Bozeman.
Matt Craig was also promoted to survey party chief at Sanderson Stewart's Billings office. He is a 2008 graduate of Montana State University with a bachelor's degree in construction engineering technology.
06.02.2014 - Sanderson Stewart Acquires Hyalite Environmental
Sanderson Stewart is excited to announce the acquisition of Hyalite Environmental, LLP, a Bozeman-based firm which has been recognized as one of the region's most respected environmental science and engineering firms for over 15 years. Sanderson Stewart, already a nationally recognized planning, engineering and design firm, is now a comprehensive environmental consultancy, too.
Sanderson Stewart's new Environmental Group will provide the expertise to mitigate clients' environmental risks while seamlessly integrating with the rest of their planning, surveying and design services. Joining Sanderson Stewart are Hyalite's founding principals:
Chris Thelen, PE, Senior Environmental Engineer
Chris has over 25 years of experience in environmental engineering with expertise in the environmental compliance area of water quality, wetland assessments and mitigation, hazardous materials, and regulatory compliance. She will lead the efforts on wetland issues, erosion control, environmental permitting, watershed planning and other projects where land use planning interfaces with natural resource management. Chris holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Montana State University and an MS in Environmental Engineering from Washington State University.
Carol Lee-Roark, PhD, PG, Senior Environmental Scientist
Carol has over 30 years of experience in environmental science and geology. Her background includes exploration geology, modeling, hazardous materials investigations, botany and biogeochemistry, with extensive experience in information science, data analysis and interpretation, and preparation of compliance documents and reports. Carol will take the lead on hazardous materials projects, site characterizations, NEPA process and compliance, and general scientific investigations. She is a professional geologist and holds a PhD from Cornell University.
With offices in Billings, Bozeman, and Plains, MT; Denver, CO; and Williston, ND; the company has been pursuing its Core Purpose: "To Plan and Design Enduring Communities" since 1969.
05.15.2014 - Sanderson Stewart Receives Silver Award for Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion
Sanderson Stewart received a Silver Award for Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion at the 2014 Worksite Health Promotion Conference in Helena, sponsered by the Montana Association of Health Care Purchasers. The Conference awarded 24 Montana employers who have put in place worksite health promotion programs that have made a positive impact on their employee's health. Sanderson Stewart is the recipient of one of ten Silver Awards, which represents organizations wanting to focus more on skill-building and targeting certain risky behaviors. Additional award information can be viewed at Montana Worksite Wellness.
05.15.2014 - Sanderson Stewart, White Dog Developement Group Help Lead Downtown Williston Revitalization
The past decade has been an oily journey for Williston, North Dakota's fastest growing city. Locals have witnessed opportunistic outsiders barrel in, and the prized resource - oil – literally barrel out. These spurts of growth have complicated the region; often giving little regard to the community that proudly claims roots dating back to 1887. Some areas are looking beyond the boom, however. Williston's downtown district has emerged an inspiring example of progress and sustainable development thanks to long-term investments in the community.
Award-winning engineering, planning and community development services firm, Sanderson Stewart, was at the forefront of the revitalization movement when they took a chance and made the former bank at 214 Main Street their Williston branch offices. Remarkably, just a few short months before they moved in, the historic building was a landmark that wasn't terribly easy on the eyes. In fact, it was boarded up and uninhabitable; a casualty of the shortsighted development brought on by the oil rush. While parts of town thrived and grew under this frenzied development, other parts, including much of the historic downtown, suffered from neglect. The dire outlook for 214 changed when Williston newcomers, Eric Ditter and Brad McHugh of White Dog Development Group, took their own chance and transformed the building's interior into a viable mixed-use space. Boasting main floor offices, and upper floor apartments, the adaptive reuse space was well suited for Sanderson Stewart's needs.
"When we opened our branch office in Williston, it was an exciting and challenging place to work," said Rick Leuthold, Chairman of Sanderson Stewart. "We needed quality office space and housing for our staff, and the unique combination of commercial and residential space that White Dog provided us with their renovation was the perfect solution. Being centrally located downtown is great and the space works well for our day–to–day operations."
With forty-five years of experience planning and designing enduring communities, Sanderson Stewart recognizes the commitment and vision necessary to create a sustainable community. "We see the downtown revitalization as a very important step for Williston and one that we want to be a part of," says Mr. Leuthold. "The thriving cities of America all have a vital downtown district that functions both as a gathering place as well as a commerce hub. Williston is creating that center and we are excited to be in the heart of it."
The adaptive reuse project kick-started White Dog's revitalization business within Williston's famed Bakken Region, as well as a partnership with the City's Economic Development and Planning offices. As a co-pioneering force, White Dog focuses on building communities through land development and construction.
"Our commitment to Williston runs deep," says White Dog Vice President, Brad McHugh. "We love this town. It is home. And like anything you love, it is a work in progress. Partnering with the city is key to preventing the death of the Downtown Corridor. Our vision coming out here was to embrace an existing space that desperately needed revitalization. Now that we've set the stage, with 214 Main, we hope the momentum will continue with other businesses and individuals."
Williston's Economic Development Office is working with companies like Sanderson Stewart and White Dog Development to elevate Williston. "As history has shown in similar boomtown scenarios, everything progresses in succession," says Shawn Wenko, Williston's Economic Development Deputy Director. "We're now shifting from a boom model to a business model, and focusing on the components needed to build a vibrant and sustainable community. We're excited to have Sanderson Stewart and White Dog assisting in the growth of our community."
Recently, Sanderson Stewart's office unveiled a new exterior facade at their downtown Williston location. The modern design speaks to their updated interior work and pairs perfectly with their company's mission.
"I feel our new façade has really set the tone for downtown," says Kari Andren, Director of Marketing for Sanderson Stewart. "We love the new, upscale, modern style and feel it ties in well with other renovations in the area. I was born and raised in Williston, and it has been painful to watch the downtown area degrade over the years. I've witnessed countless transient companies come in and not make the commitment that our community needed for long-term growth. I am very proud of our firm's investment in the future of Williston – both the downtown revitalization and the new subdivisions. We are creating a sustainable community where people can not only live, but will enjoy and prosper for years to come."
Wenko echoes Andren's hopes for Williston's future with a clear vision, "The goal has always been to come out of this thing a better community than when it first started. We want to be the best little city in America. Entities like White Dog and Sanderson Stewart understand this. The investment they have made shows they are committed to this goal and the future of Williston."
White Dog continues to work with the Downtown Planning Committee and is also pursuing new investment opportunities within the Downtown Business Corridor. From an urban planning perspective, they recognize the need to divert some of the heavy oil operations and traffic away from the core community of Williston in order to aid in the city's growth and revitalization. While creating solutions to those challenges, White Dog continues development of the neighboring Elk Ridge subdivision; an industrial and residential mixed-use community 15 miles south of town.
04.18.2014 - Hendricks, Paul join Sanderson Stewart
Luke Hendricks, EI, has joined the firm as a Field Inspector working with the firm's land development and municipal groups. Luke holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Idaho.
Ryan Paul has joined the firm as a Field Survey Technician. Ryan holds an Associate degree in Land Surveying and Civil Engineering Technology from North Dakota State College of Science.
04.17.2014 - Sanderson Stewart Selected as Finalist in the SMPS 2014 Marketing Communications Awards Program
On April 5 in Tulsa, OK, over 60 jurors and 5 volunteers gathered at the headquarters of Wallace Engineering to evaluate 210 entries in the 2014 Marketing Communications Awards (MCA) competition. The event was hosted by MCA co-chair Jana Monforte, associate – marketing and business development with Wallace Engineering with support from MCA co-chair Lee Jarboe, CPSM, director of client services with McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.; the SMPS MCA Committee; members of the SMPS Board of Directors, and members of the SMPS Headquarters staff. The winners' placements will be announced during the SMPS Awards Gala on July 31 in San Antonio, part of Build Business power:play, the association's annual conference; on the SMPS web site; and in the August 2014 Marketer. Winning entries will be on display in the Networking Pavilion throughout the conference.
03.26.2014 - Sanderson Stewart Named 2014 Billings JSEC Employer of Choice
Representatives of Billings Jobs Service Employers Committee announced at the 2014 Jobs Jamboree that Sanderson Stewart has earned the designation of "2014 Employer of Choice" for the Billings Area. The Employer of Choice Award recognizes businesses that create great workplaces in our area. Considered criteria categories for the award are: Employee Benefits and Initiatives, Leadership and Workplace Culture, Employee Training and Development, and Community Orientation. To be an Employer of Choice, Sanderson Stewart has demonstrated dedication to a higher level of employee relationships, a level far beyond the normal practices of human resources.
03.25.2014 - Kosine Promoted to Williston Surveying Manager
Chris Kosine, a staff land surveyor in the Billings office will be taking on the management of surveying operations for the Williston market. In this role, Chris will travel periodically to Williston, but he will continue to be based out of Billings working closely with Tim Pirtz, Williston Group manager, and with Doug Pezoldt, Billings Surveying Manager, to ensure that we have the resources necessary to provide the exceptional level of service that our Williston-area clients expect from Sanderson Stewart. Chris recently passed his national professional land surveyors exam and is working to soon complete his state requirements to be licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor in North Dakota. Congratulations Chris!
03.19.2014 - Sanderson Stewart Named a Regional Finalist for the U.S. Chamber 2014 Small Business of the Year Award
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today recognized Sanderson Stewart of Billings, Mont., as one of seven regional finalists for the 2014 DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year Award, sponsored by Sam's Club®. As the Northwest regional finalist, Sanderson Stewart stood out among companies from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming for its exceptional business practices and community involvement.
"Sanderson Stewart is an example of the powerful contributions small businesses can make not only in their communities and their states, but also more broadly to the country's economic recovery," U.S. Chamber President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue said. "The Chamber is happy to honor Sanderson Stewart for the policies and achievements that have made it a leader among small businesses and a driver of job creation, economic growth, and opportunity."
Sanderson Stewart is a multidisciplinary community development services firm whose core purpose is to plan and design enduring communities. Since 1969, the firm has provided professional engineering, landscape design, land surveying, and construction management services that have shaped the region.
In 2002, long-time employees Michael Sanderson, Rick Leuthold, and Dennis Randall purchased the firm and expanded its geographic reach and service offerings. To find "cool, smart, talented people" (CSTP), Sanderson Stewart created a multimedia recruiting campaign around the qualities it values in employees, including effective communicators, positive attitudes, and continuous learners. As a result, the staff has grown from 45 employees to 64, and the company is ranked No. 52 on The Zweig Letter Hot Firm List.
"Small business success is an indelible sign of strength and growth in local communities," said Seong Ohm, Sam's Club senior vice president of member services. "As a 30-year champion for small business prosperity, Sam's Club is inspired by Sanderson Stewart's commitment to growth, creativity, and resourcefulness. We proudly honor their leadership and fortitude."
The DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year Award honors businesses that excel in areas including strategic planning, employee development, community involvement, and customer service. The Chamber will recognize Sanderson Stewart, the six other regional finalists, and 100 Blue Ribbon Award winners at the 10th annual America's Small Business Summit, taking place June 11 - 13 in Washington, D.C. During the summit, one regional finalist will be named the DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year and receive a $10,000 cash prize courtesy of the U.S. Chamber.
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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world's largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations.
02.20.2014 - Sanderson Stewart Named US Chamber Blue Ribbon Small Business Award Winner
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today named Sanderson Stewart of Billings, Montana a Blue Ribbon Small Business Award winner. The annual program recognizes companies for their dedication to the principles of free enterprise and contributions to restoring jobs and supporting economic growth. Sanderson Stewart was selected from a record number of applicants across the nation for demonstrating exceptional business practices in areas including strategic planning, employee development, community involvement, and customer service. "When the opportunity to nominate a local member presented itself, Sanderson Stewart immediately came to mind," explained John Brewer, President and CEO of the Billings Chamber. "Their creative work environment, and problem solving approach to community development throughout the regional oil play makes them a perfect fit for such elite recognition."
Reflecting on his team and the recognition, Michael Sanderson, President and CEO of Sanderson Stewart shared, "I'm so proud of our team of Cool, Smart, Talented People at Sanderson Stewart. We've built a company with a sense of purpose and a great corporate culture, but it takes everyone pulling together to make it happen. This 'Blue Ribbon' award shows me that others have also recognized the truly special thing we've built."
Community members are encouraged to help Sanderson Stewart win the Community Excellence Award associated with this recognition. Voting is open until February 28th and is a simple, one-time, one-step process. Voting takes place online, here.
The U.S. Chamber will announce seven regional finalists on March 19 and honor all of this year's Blue Ribbon Small Business Award winners at the 10th annual America's Small Business Summit, taking place June 11 – 13 in Washington, D.C. During the summit, one regional finalist will receive the DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year Award, sponsored by Sam's Club®, and a $10,000 cash prize courtesy of the U.S. Chamber. "The Chamber is proud to honor these outstanding small businesses for their contributions to the country's economic recovery and continued hard work in their communities," Donohue continued. "They represent the creativity, the determination, and the resilience of the U.S. business community and are examples of the enormous potential of businesses and employees across the country."
A complete list of this year's Blue Ribbon Small Business Award winners is available here. Sanderson Stewart is not only the solitary winner in Montana for 2014, but they are the first Billings business to ever receive this award.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world's largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations. Its International Affairs division includes more than 50 regional and policy experts and 25 countryand region-specific business councils and initiatives. The U.S. Chamber also works closely with 116 American Chambers of Commerce abroad.
02.10.2014 - Scharf Promoted to Associate Principal, Three join Sanderson Stewart
Danielle Scharf, PE, PTOE, LEED AP, has recently been promoted from Associate, to Associate Principal. With the promotion to Associate Principal, Scharf will join the firm's stockholder group. She has been with Sanderson Stewart for more than 10 years and oversees the firm's Bozeman office. She is a leader in the area of traffic operations, traffic signal design, bike-ped planning and design, and in sustainable site design. She holds BS and MS degrees in civil engineering from Montana State University.
Allison Smith, EI has joined the firm as a Staff Engineer working with the firm's land development and municipal groups. Allison holds a BS degree in civil engineering, bio-resources option, from Montana State University.
Tessa Mosdal, EI has joined the firm as a Staff Engineer in firm's Transportation Group. Tessa holds a BS degree in civil engineering from Montana State University. She was previously employed by the Montana Department of Transportation in its MSU-MDT Design Unit.
Sarah Plath, EI has joined the firm as a Staff Engineer working in the firm's land development and municipal groups. Sarah holds a BS degree in civil engineering with a focus in bio-resources from Montana State University.
11.04.2013 - Garberg joins Sanderson Stewart
Erik Garberg, PE, has joined Sanderson Stewart as a Senior Engineer/Project Manager. Garberg has nearly 15 years of experience in municipal and land development projects in Montana, including the last seven years in the Bozeman area. He holds a BS degree in civil engineering from Montana State University, and he is a registered professional engineer in Montana and North Dakota.
10.23.2013 - Sanderson Stewart announces promotions
Todd Mitchell, PE, Senior Engineer/Project Manager, has taken on the role of Market Leader in the firm's Bozeman office. In addition to Todd's project management responsibilities, as a market leader Todd will be responsible for business development and managing client relationships with municipal and other large clients in Bozeman and western Montana. Todd has nearly 20 years of experience in municipal, land development, water resources and environmental engineering in the Bozeman area. A graduate of Montana State University, he is a registered professional engineer in Montana
Danielle Scharf, PE, PTOE, LEED AP, Associate and Senior Engineer, has been promoted to the position of Branch Manager in the firm's Bozeman office. Scharf has been with Sanderson Stewart for more than 10 years and is a leader in the area of traffic operations, traffic signal design, bike-ped planning and design, and in sustainable site design. In her new role she will assume the responsibility of managing the staff and resources of the Bozeman office. She holds BS and MS degrees in civil engineering from Montana State University. She is a certified professional traffic operations engineer (PTOE) and a LEED Accredited Professional.
10.20.2013 - Two join Sanderson Stewart
Two new staffers have joined Sanderson Stewart, a regional engineering, planning and community development services firm. Will Ballew, a staff engineer, holds a bachelor's of science degree in civil engineering from Montana State University in Bozeman. Cora Smit, an administrative assistant, earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Portland.
10.1.2013 - Sanderson receives Alumni Achievement Award
Michael Sanderson, President and CEO of Sanderson Stewart is one of thirty-two individuals to receive new awards at Montana State University. The awards honor individuals in four categories - alumni achievement, distinguished faculty, distinguished staff and honorary alumni. Sanderson accepted his Alumni Achievement Award from the College of Engineering during a ceremony held on October 4th associated with MSU's 2013 Homecoming "Leaders and Legends."
09.15.13 - Andren named branding group manager
Kari Andren, marketing director and associate at Sanderson Stewart, has been named group manager for the newly-formed Branding Group. The group will provide services to outside clients utilizing the resources of the recently acquired DesignWorks West. Services include brand architecture, marketing graphics and exhibits, logo design, environmental signage, 3D modeling and website development. Andren earned a bachelor's of science degree in industrial engineering from New Mexico State University and has been employed at Sanderson Stewart since 2008. Prior to that, she provided marketing and graphics services for several businesses in the area.
09.15.13 - Staszcuk received Young Professional Scholarship
Joey Stasczuk, PE, of Sanderson Stewart has been awarded this year's Young Professional Scholarship by the Institute of Transportation Engineers Transportation Consultants Council. The award recognizes young professionals in the field of transportation engineering as rising stars in the industry and presents them with a grant to attend the ITE Annual Conference in Seattle in August 2014. Staszcuk earned a bachelor's and a master's of science degree in civil engineering from Montana State University. He has been employed by Sanderson Stewart since graduation in 2010 and specializes in transportation engineering. Prior to Sanderson Stewart, he worked at the Western Transportation Institute as a graduate research assistant, working in the safety and operations, mobility and public transportation, transportation planning and economics research groups.
08.18.13 - Sanderson Stewart Hires and Promotes
Julie Lanham has joined Sanderson Stewart as an admnistrative assistant in the firm's Bozeman office.
Joe Schreibeis, EI was hired as a staff engineer. Schreibeis holds a bachelor's of science in civil engineering degree from Montana State University.
Jim Nallick, PE is a new senior engineer in the firm's transportation group. Nallick has more than 18 years of experience in project management, road design, hydraulics, surveying and quality control. He worked as design supervisor at the Montana Department of Transportation's MSU Design Unit for the past 13 years. Nallick holds his master's of science degree in civil engineering from Montana State University.
Patrick McCleary has joined the firm as a landscape designer. McCleary holds a degree in landscape architecture from the University of Washington.
Pat Davies, PE, CPD, LEED AP, Associate Principal/Senior Engineer was promoted to group manager in charge of the firm's commercial-retail land development practice. Davies has nearly 15 years of experience as a civil engineer, primarily focused on land development, public works and infrastructure projects. He holds a bachelor's of science degree in civil/bio-resources engineering from Montana State University. Davies is a licensed professional engineer in Montana and is a certified development professional (CDP) by the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Andy Verhasselt was promoted to designer/CADD standards manager. Verhasselt holds an AAS in drafting technology from the MSU Billings College of Technology.
Joey Staszcuk PE, was promoted to project engineer. He has five years experience in transportation engineering with expertise in roadway design, traffic operations and transportation impact analysis. Staszcuk holds a bachelor's of science degree and master's of science degree in civil engineering from Montana State University and serves as president of the Montana Chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
08.13.2013 - Sanderson Stewart makes Zweig Letter Hot Letter 2013 Hot Firm List
The distinction of making it on THE ZWEIG LETTER Hot Firm List is a great accomplishment. The list honors firms that have achieved success in the A/E/P and environmental consulting industry, which is comprised of over 100,000 firms.
Sanderson Stewart, headquartered in Billings, MT, has been recognized as one of the 100 fastest-growing firms in the industry. An accomplishment amplified by the fact that the firm is thriving at a time when many have struggled. Placement on the list is based on firm's percentage revenue growth and dollar revenue growth over a three-year period compared to the other entrants.
The success of growing firms is celebrated at THE ZWEIG LETTER Hot Firm Conference, an event Mark C. Zweig, ZweigWhite founder & CEO calls, "The single most fun, inspirational, and exciting event for our industry."
Sanderson Stewart is a regional community development services firm, specializing in land development and transportation engineering. Established in Billings in 1969, the firm now has offices throughout Montana; in Williston, North Dakota; and Denver, Colorado.
06.18.13 - Two join Sanderson Stewart
There are two new staff members at Sanderson Stewart, a regional engineering, planning and community development services firm - Shaun Sampson and Candice Schear. Sampson, who holds a bachelor's of science degree in civil engineering from Montana State University Bozeman, is a staff engineer. Schear is a graphic designer who graduated from Montana State University with a bachelor's of fine arts degree.
04.21.13 - Brotzler, Barnick join Sanderson Stewart
Jacob Brotzler, PE, and Thomas Barnick have join Sanderson Stewart, a regional engineering, planning and community development services firm. Brotzler was hired as a project engineer. He holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from North Dakota State University. Barnick has been hired as a staff engineer. Barnick holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Montana State University in Bozeman.
04.14.13 - Dougherty-McMichael joins Sanderson Stewart
Nick Dougherty-McMichael, a field survey technician, has joined Sanderson Stewart, a regional engineering, planning and community development services firm. He holds a bachelor's degree in construction engineering technology from Montana State University in Bozeman.
03.10.13 - Two join Sanderson Stewart
Kevin Marsich and Vincent Morasko have join Sanderson Stewart, a regional engineering, planning and community development services firm. Marsich is a construction engineering technician and holds a bachelor's degree in construction engineering technology from MSU-Bozeman. Morasko is a staff engineer in the firm's transportation group, and holds a bachelor's of science in civil engineering from MSU-Bozeman.