• Ulteig Wins APWA Award
    October 7, 2015

    Ulteig accepted the Project of the Year award at the 87th Annual North Dakota Water & Pollution Control Conference for our work on the Sixth Street Parking Ramp in downtown Bismarck.

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  • Nine Join Ulteig in September
    October 7, 2015

    Nine new employees joined Ulteig in September 2015: Stephen Azzam, Mary Bourquin, Tess Maclin, Garrett Rood, Greg Parent, Kate Ebnet, Carolyn Schoonover, Eli Ladd and Sarah Skinner.

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  • How do we get from here to there?
    September 29, 2015

    More wind farms are coming on line and solar installations are sprouting across the country. While this is good news for renewable energy developers, there are looming issues on how power generated by renewables gets to power consumers.

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  • Critical infrastructure at a crossroads
    September 23, 2015

    Telecommunications networks may not always get the attention they deserve, but Mark Weismantel saw that starting to change at the UTC Critical Infrastructure Summit in Washington, D.C.

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  • Thoughts about destiny at UTC
    September 16, 2015

    Ulteig's Mark Weismantel shares observations about utility telecommunication, and how planning and system development are now more important than ever.

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  • Summer school is for teachers, too
    September 4, 2015

    When Katie Hanson’s math students start the new term in the coming years, they’re likely to find a class with an unexpected twist – writing presentations. That change is due to Hanson’s time as a Teachers In Industry (TII) intern at Ulteig.

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  • Seven join Ulteig in August
    August 27, 2015

    Seven new employees joined Ulteig in August 2015: Kurt Kisch, Robert Douglas, David Pisano, Jordan Guck, Corey Leinen, Scott O’Meara and Jessica Ni.

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  • What if you can’t build that new transmission line?
    August 27, 2015

    As the United States uses more power in more places, utilities are trying to keep up with increased demand and an aging transmission system, parts of which date back to the 1880s. Utilities are now being asked to strengthen their systems.

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