Minot, N.D. - Ackerman-Estvold is pleased to announce the merger with Minot based architecture firm Anderson Wade & Whitty, PC (AWW).
AWW has been providing architectural planning, design and contract administration to clients throughout North Dakota for over 50 years. The AWW team has been an integral partner in some of the most critical projects for our region including the new Ramstad Middle School, several other regional school projects, Medical Arts Clinic, Oak Park Amphitheater, the entrance and visitor center building and several newly constructed exhibits at Roosevelt Park Zoo, along with a number of North Dakota National Guard facilities. Current architecture staff members Paul Kramer and Jeremy Bickel have joined the Ackerman-Estvold team, along with Business Assistant DelRae Hedstrom.
Paul Kramer, Assoc. AIA, will be joining the architecture group as a Senior Project Designer. Prior to joining the Ackerman-Estvold team Mr. Kramer served in the industry at AWW for 29 years. He earned an Associate of Applied Science in Architectural Drafting & Estimating from North Dakota State School of Science, Wahpeton, North Dakota.
Jeremy Bickel will join the Ackerman-Estvold architecture team in the role of Project Designer. Mr. Bickel brings over 5 years of industry experience at AWW. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and a Master’s in Architecture from North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota.
The new Ackerman-Estvold team encompasses more than 50 professionals within the Minot, Williston, and Boise offices. Services include architecture, municipal engineering, land planning and development, traffic and transportation engineering, water resources, construction engineering, cultural resources, environmental services, GIS, and drone technology. “We are thrilled about our merger with this Minot institution in the architecture industry. AWW’s work throughout the region has been an essential element in the growth of north central North Dakota. We feel this is a great opportunity to combine our teams and make an even greater impact in our communities than we’ve been able to accomplish separately” said Ryan Anderson, Vice President, Architecture Group Lead.
For more information about Ackerman-Estvold, or the services we provide visit us at www.ackerman-estvold.com.