ACE to open new office in Helena

HELENA, MONT., April 2, 2019 – Associated Construction Engineering Inc. announced today that it is opening an office in Helena in June. The new office will be headed by Robert Scott, PE.

“Consistent with ACE’s client-focused culture, we are thrilled to be closer to our existing clients in Central Montana and to open the door to new opportunities. Our presence in Helena will strengthen our firm’s service officing in the area and beyond, “ said ACE president Keith Campbell. “We are pretty excited about the possibilities to come, and this couldn’t have happened without Bob. ACE is pleased to have him on our team.”

Mr. Scott brings more than 30 years of experience as a mechanical engineer to ACE’s team. Before joining ACE, Mr. Scott was the sole owner of Design3 (D3) Engineering, a multi-discipline engineering firm in Billings.

His design experience includes mechanical systems design, analysis, and planning for large central campus distribution, individual buildings, remodels of individual spaces, and historic renovations. His work has been for both new construction and remodel projects for industrial, commercial, and residential facilities, including administrative and office spaces, schools, recreation and fitness centers, multipurpose buildings, maintenance facilities, kitchens, bars, restaurants, and retail/specialty shops.

A LEED® Accredited Professional, he is registered in Montana and North Dakota. Mr. Scott graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Montana State University.

The Helena office will be ACE’s fourth branch in Montana and its sixth in the region.

About ACE

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.

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