BOZEMAN, MONT., October 9, 2018 – Associated Construction Engineering is continuing to help MSU lead the LEED revolution in Montana. Our firm was selected to be the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering consultant on the newest building to define the MSU skyline: the American Indian Hall.
This project just finished schematic design and is on target to achieve LEED Platinum v4 certification through the U.S. Green Building Council.
“This is an exciting and interesting time to be working in Montana, especially with MSU as it seeks to lead the efforts in our state to design in highly-efficient ways,” said Kip Weeda, a vice president at ACE and its branch manager for the firm’s Belgrade office. “The university is seeking ways to be more inclusive through its design practices and services to its students and the community. We at ACE are honored to be part of this.”
Associated Construction Engineering Inc. (ACE) was established in 1987 and has become one of the largest mechanical/electrical engineering consulting firms in the region. We currently staff offices in Belgrade, Billings, and Missoula, Montana; Minot, North Dakota; and Sheridan, Wyoming. Professional engineering services in the disciplines of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, energy analysis, and special systems are available for commercial, industrial, and residential building projects.