Ackerman-Estvold’s Amick and Marx Earn Professional Registration
Ackerman-Estvold is pleased to announce that Nathan Amick (pictured left) recently earned his North Dakota Professional Engineer registration from the North Dakota State Board of Registration.
Amick has been with Ackerman-Estvold since 2009 serving as a seasonal intern for five years while earning his degree, He then joined our team in 2014 as a full time Civil Engineer. His work is focused on the Water Resources division with responsibilities for analyzing, documenting and reporting on a variety of water resources issues in the region. Amick has worked closely on various Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Plan phases and he has served as the StARR manager, which is a voluntary acquisition and floodproofing program for rural properties affected by the 2011 Mouse River Flood. His duties also include consulting regional municipalities on infrastructure maintenance and development.
Amick earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University, in Fargo, North Dakota.
Additionally, Ron Marx (pictured right) recently earned his North Dakota Professional Engineer registration from the North Dakota State Board of Registration.
Marx has been with Ackerman-Estvold since 2014 as a full time Civil Engineer. He has over a decade of experience in transportation and municipal engineering and has designed and inspected roadway improvements and infrastructure projects, developing working relationships with contractors and government officials. Mr. Marx serves as both a design engineer and a construction engineer working closely with cities, counties, and the NDDOT.
Marx earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Cleveland State University, Fenn College of Engineering, in Cleveland, Ohio.