Minneapolis based Alliant Engineering, Inc. has been named Minnesota Firm of the Year by the Minnesota Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC/MN). The award was presented at ACEC/MN’s annual meeting and awards presentation at the St. Paul Union Depot on May 19.
Founded in 1995 by John Dillingham, Alliant has grown from an organization of one to a diverse team of 70+ professionals that include civil engineers, landscape architects, planners, and surveyors. Alliant provides consulting services in the areas of Transportation, Land Development, Land Surveying, and Design-Build.
ACEC/MN has been honoring a firm annually since 1991. The award is presented to the ACEC member firm that, through their activities, has made a significant contribution to the advancement of the association and the consulting engineering profession.
“The Firm of the Year Award is a tremendous honor for the entire Alliant Team,” said Dillingham. “We are proud of the contributions that Alliant has made to ACEC/MN over the years and we are excited to help the association meet the needs of the consulting engineering community long into the future.”
Dave Oxley, Executive Director of ACEC/MN stated “Alliant Engineering has been a great advocate of ACEC/MN. They invest countless hours in promoting the profession and it is clear that their goal is to help advance the engineering community. I appreciate all they have done and will continue to do.”
ACEC/MN is the leading business practice and policy advocate for consulting engineering firms in Minnesota. Formed in 1949, ACEC/MN´s 150 member firms, representing over 6,000 employees, provide services to all segments of society, including federal, state and local governments, private industry and the general public.