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Interstate Engineering has been delivering sustainable, high-performance civil engineering, surveying, and planning services for over 40 years. Our multi-discipline network of professionals can design, contract, and supervise projects throughout the great plains region.

With the economical, social, and technological changes driving the industry, Interstate Engineering continues to be on the leading edge of challenges, finding solutions that fit the needs and budgets of any project and for every client.

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Depth of experience comes from a diverse cross-section of market knowledge. Serving public and private clients, listening to their needs, and offering solutions that meet those requirements, our team of experts has experience that is both broad and deep.

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Our wide network of resources ensures that our service produces solutions for your project no matter how big or small, while still leveraging a local know-how.
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take a look at some OF OUR amazing projects
Jamestown Airport
Hermosa
Fergus Falls Library Expansion
Sidney Circle Water System Improvements
GIS
Rugby Water Treatment Plant Improvements
North Prairie Water District Improvements
Glendive Sidewalk, Curb, & Gutter Improvements
Pioneer Road
A Living Water Model
Growth Continues in Horace
Crestwood Bear Den II Gas Plant
Recent News
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Zach Grapentine
27 Mar: Grapentine Joins Spearfish Team

Zach Grapentine Hired as Traffic Engineer We are excited to announce the addition of Zach Grapentine, EI, to the Spearfish, South Dakota, office. Grapentine will serve as a project engineer with a focus on traffic engineering and municipal engineering. Holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from the South Dakota State School of Mines and Technology, he worked in Colorado for five years focusing on traffic engineering and municipal infrastructure. Grapentine grew up in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. “I chose engineering because I like being faced with ever-changing challenges in the industry and then to be able to adapt…

Operation Prairie Dog
22 Mar: Operation Prairie Dog

On Wednesday March 20, 2019, Governor Doug Burgum signed House Bill 1066c an infrastructure bill also known as”Operation Prairie Dog,” into law. That is great news for North Dakota as this bill will provide a source of sustainable funding for the future for North Dakota Cities, Counties, Townships, and Airports for infrastructure projects. The funds would first be available for projects in the summer of 2021. The infrastructure “buckets” may fill to $250 million total, distributing up to $115 million to cities, $115 million to counties and townships, and $20 million for airport infrastructure. Distributions of the funds are based…

Isaac Rost
19 Mar: Rost Joins Jamestown Office

Isaac Rost Hired as Staff Engineer We are proud to announce Isaac Rost has joined our Jamestown Office. Rost will serve as a staff engineer. He is a recent graduate from North Dakota State University. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. With interest in transportation and municipal engineering, Rost will bring energy to the role. Rost spent four years interning for consulting firms and municipalities. This included a summer with Interstate Engineering in Jamestown. “I hope to help grow the company while maintaining the standard of excellence that is expected of engineers at Interstate Engineering,” said…

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14 Feb: Hummert Receives Survey Excellence Award

Aaron Hummert, a Professional Land Surveyor with Interstate Engineering, was awarded the Survey Excellence Award by the North Dakota Society for Professional Land Surveyors (NDSPLS). He was presented the award on Thursday, February 7 at the 40th Annual NDSPLS Convention in Grand Forks. The award recognizes the efforts Aaron has made to further the Professional Land Surveying field. Nominated by peers, the award looks at service to the profession, service outside of the profession, survey activities, publications, legislative efforts, recognition as a professional leader, organization memberships, and other contributing activities. Aaron met the criteria through his dedication to the survey…