New Employees


Foertsch Joins Interstate Engineering

Mike Foertsch Hired at Municipal Market Sector Leader Interstate Engineering is pleased to welcome Mike Foertsch to the East Central Team. Mike is a Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor licensed in Minnesota. As a seasoned Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor with vast experience in the Western Minnesota and Eastern North Dakota area. Mike’s experience and education will be valued assets as the company as he not only expands the municipal sector but mentors up and coming team members as well. “I hope to share my knowledge of the market place and leverage my experience to continue to see Interstate…


Hastings Diversifies Mandan Team

Reid Hastings Joins Team as Surveyor & Drafter Interstate Engineering has expanded survey services with the addition of Reid Hasting to the Mandan, North Dakota, office. Hastings will serve as a Survey Technician and CADD Technician. Graduating in the spring of 2019 from Bismarck State College, Hastings holds an Associate of Applied Science degree from Bismarck State College. “I hope to be an outstanding employee,” said Hasting of his goals for his career with Interstate Engineering. Welcome aboard Reid!


Jorgenson Joins Survey Team

Robin Jorgenson Expands the Belfield Team Interstate Engineering has expanded survey services with the addition of Robin Jorgenson to the Belfield, North Dakota, office. Jorgenson has been brought on as a Survey Party Chief. With over a decade of experience working in the survey field, he brings a strong understanding of construction surveying, pipeline surveying, and topographic surveying to the team. Jorgenson holds an Associate of Applied Science degree from Southeast Technical Institute. He is also a veteran, having served in the US Army’s 82nd Airborn Division. “I believe what with my surveying and personal experience, I can bring a…


Herman Joins Wahpeton Team

Thomas Herman, EI, Hired as Staff Engineer We are excited to announce the addition of Thomas Herman, EI, to the Wahpeton, North Dakota, office. Herman will serve as a staff engineer with a focus on transportation engineering and municipal engineering. Holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from South Dakota State University, he has experience in transportation engineering and will continue to focus on that area while expanding his knowledge into other areas. “I have always enjoyed tinkering with things and learning about transportation networks (primarily railroads).” said Herman. “Civil engineering allowed me to learn the technical side…