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Lower Enhances Planning

Interstate Engineering is pleased to welcome Matt Lower to the Horace office team. Matt is a professional planner specializing in small community planning, tribal planning, and community engagement. Holding a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Buffalo and a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning from Eastern Washington University, Matt’s experience and education will be valued assets as the company continues to grow our planning studio.  I hope to help maximize the value of our planning services …

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Brent Moore Appointed Western Regional Vice President

Interstate Engineering, a regionally-based engineering consulting firm, announces the appointment of Brent Moore as Western Regional Vice President. Based in Red Lodge, Montana, Brent will oversee offices throughout Montana while driving the development of new business and client opportunities. Before his promotion, Brent was the Planning Director for the firm. With over 15 years of experience in helping communities plan for growth and expansion, Brent provides an innovative and all-inclusive approach to community, business, and firm development. “I am excited …

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Interstate Engineering Expands Planning Division

Interstate Engineering is pleased to announce the expansion of the planning division with the addition of John Van Dyke. With a strong background in urban and community planning, Van Dyke joined the Mandan Branch, relocating from Idaho. He holds a BBA in Business Economics and a Master of Community and Regional Planning. In addition to his formal education, he has professional experience working for the Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho, the Idaho Department of Labor, and JSV Development. Van …

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Moore Joins Interstate Engineering

Brent Moore, AICP, has joined Interstate Engineering as the Planning Director. As a certified planner, Brent works with communities to develop current and long-range community development plans, from downtown infrastructure to land use and beyond. “After working in tandem with Interstate Engineering on community projects throughout eastern Montana and western North Dakota, joining the team seemed a logical next step,” said Moore. “Together we can discuss the vision of the client then take that concept and turn it into a …

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