The City of Indianola’s Square Streetscape Master Plan was recognized with the Planning Award for Urban Design by the American Planning Association – Iowa Chapter Thursday morning. This award honors efforts to create a sense of place, whether a street, public space, neighborhood, or campus effort. Criteria include originality and innovation, compatibility, effectiveness and results, and public engagement.
The Iowa Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects recognized Bolton & Menk, in collaboration with Design Workshop, with the 2019 Planning and Analysis Honor Award on September 17 for the Highway 14 Corridor Study in Marshalltown, Iowa.
On Monday, September 9, Bolton & Menk’s Children’s Book series was awarded the 2019 American Public Works Association’s Exceptional Performance in Non-Chapter Journalism award. The award recognizes exceptional performance in presenting the story of a public works issue or event that projects a positive image of individuals or agencies in the course of their performance in either broadcast or print mediums.
The Institute of Transportation Engineers recognized Dakota County and Bolton & Menk with the 2019 Transportation Achievement Award for Planning for the Southview Boulevard (CSAH 14) and 3rd Avenue Improvements project on July 22 at their annual conference in Austin, Texas.
We are thrilled to announce Bolton & Menk has been named one of the Top 150 Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune for the second year in a row. Bolton & Menk was ranked 20th in the top 50 on the midsize company list. The firm employs more than 500 employees.
Bradley C. DeWolf, P.E., President and CEO, is grateful to receive this award for a second year in a row, during a time when the Star Tribune had the most companies in history participate in the survey.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Iowa recognized a few of our clients with Engineering Achievement Awards in Transportation, Water/Wastewater, and Special Projects. Congratulations to Spencer, Ames, and Cedar Rapids!
The American Council of Engineering Companies of North Dakota recognized the North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) with the 2018 Engineering Excellence Award in Special Projects for their Infrastructure improvements. This $13 million project, which improved utility infrastructure and addressed pedestrian, ADA, parking, and traffic movement, was completed over the course of three construction seasons.
Congratulations to all our clients on their MnDOT Environmental Stewardship awards! We believe all people should live in a safe, sustainable, and beautiful community. Our clients have been able to achieve that through our work in these communities.