Consulting Team Profiles

Meet the Consulting Team


AE2S is a 100 percent employee-owned environmental engineering consulting firm that was founded in the Upper Midwest in 1991 and over the years has worked with clients to plan, develop, design and construct thousands of water projects. AE2S specializes in drinking water and has developed and designed more than 30 regional water systems over the past 20 years. AE2S has offices in Rapid City, Spearfish and Sioux Falls, as well as 17 additional offices across North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Utah.

Black & Veatch

Black & Veatch has served water utilities and industrial clients for more than 100 years. With a focus on digital water and data analytics, Black & Veatch helps to drive a coordinated effort across the full spectrum of water services, from repairing aging water infrastructure, preserving, and protecting groundwater and watersheds, providing effective flood control and managing storm drainage. The company is invested in sustainable water use, relying on water reuse technologies to help clients bolster their water supply portfolios. 


KLJ has provided engineering and planning services for local, regional and national infrastructure projects for more than 80 years. With more than 25 office locations in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Colorado, Minnesota and Texas, KLJ is well positioned to handle any project needs at a regional or national level. From regional water projects, superstructures, and county highways to municipal airports and beyond, KLJ offers the size and scope of services required, with the local expertise to drive projects forward to successful results.

Evergreen Media

Evergreen Media is a Rapid City-based company that specializes in creating high-quality local publications. Some of their titles include Black Hills Visitor, Black Hills Bride, FACES of the Black Hills and many more well-beloved Black Hills magazines. The Evergreen team also serves clients by assisting them in their marketing and content development needs. 

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