AE2S Makes Investment in Williston

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Engineering consulting firm buys former Trinity Clinic building

Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. (AE2S) is making a permanent investment in the revitalization of Williston, N.D. The engineering consulting firm has purchased the building that formerly housed the Trinity Community Clinic - Western Dakota, at 1102 Main Street. The 15,860 square foot building will be remodeled to accommodate offices for the firm’s staff, as well as potential space for additional professional tenants.

AE2S has been a consultant to the City of Williston for the past 15 years. Due to increasing work load in the region and an increase in the number of employees, the firm decided to make a permanent investment in property in the city. Several options were considered, including constructing a new office building. In keeping with AE2S’ environmentally friendly values, the firm’s leadership decided to purchase and revitalize an existing building.

Steve Burian, AE2S CEO, says, “Williston has been a key location for AE2S since 1998, before the increased oil activity began. We’re so pleased to grow along with the city and region, and we’re happy that we found a building that can be repurposed to suit AE2S’ needs and provide an asset to the community.” The renovation is expected to take six to eight months, and AE2S plans to move into the new space by the end of the year.    

About AE2S

AE2S specializes in water, wastewater, water resources, rural water, civil engineering, geomatics, structural engineering, electrical engineering, instrumentation and controls, and financial services. In addition to Williston, AE2S has offices in Bismarck, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot, and Watford City, ND; Eagan, Maple Grove, and Moorhead, MN; and Great Falls and Kalispell, MT. For more information, visit, or AE2S on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

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