ACE’s innovative HVAC designs featured in spring issue of MSU’s Mountains and Minds
Associated Construction Engineering got a well-engineered (pun intended) surprise when it opened the spring 2019 issue of Mountains and Minds, the Montana State University magazine. The design work—led by Todd Meling of ACE’s Billings office—on the Norm Asbjornson Hall, a magnificent undertaking in its intention, innovation, and investment, is on full photographic display. 12 pages. 12 pages highlighting the HVAC systems that are setting the standard for energy conservation not just at MSU or in our state but around the world.
Norm Asbjornson, the building’s namesake, told the design committee, paraphrased of course, “Show me what you got.” A Montana native and MSU graduate, Mr. Asbjornson founded AAON, a publicly traded HVAC manufacturer based in Tulsa, Okla.
ACE accepted Mr. Asbjornson’s challenge. Read and see the results: Reinventing Energy: Norm Asbjornson Hall Is the Biggest Step Yet in MSU’s Effort to Conserve Resources
Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering
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, Helena, 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.