Engels and Meyer graduate from ACEC/ND Emerging Leadership Institute

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Chad Engels and Kyle Meyer graduated from the American Council of Engineering Companies of North Dakota (ACEC/ND) Emerging Leadership Institute. The Institute is a three-year, high impact program that fosters emerging engineering leaders by imparting skills and competencies identified by top ACEC/ND CEOs as critical for leadership success.

Engels is a senior project manager in the water resources group at Moore Engineering, where he’s worked since 2004. He is a licensed professional engineer in North Dakota and Minnesota. Engels earned his bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Bemidji State University and his master’s degree in environmental engineering from North Dakota State University. He received the 2014 Steamboat Award from the Red River Joint Water Resource District. Engels is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, ACEC/ND, F-M Engineers Club and the Association of State Dam Safety Officials.

Meyer is a client service representative at Moore Engineering, where he’s worked since 1998. He is a licensed professional engineer in North Dakota and Minnesota, and earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from North Dakota State University. Meyer is a member of ACEC/ND, the North Dakota Society of Professional Engineers, F-M Engineers Club and North Dakota Pollution Control.