Alliant named 2016 ACEC/MN Firm of the Year!

September 22, 2016

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.

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