Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) is excited to announce that our own Mark Rogers has joined an elite group of engineers and is now a certified Uptime Institute Professional Services Accredited Tier Designer! The program provides the multiple-disciplinary concepts necessary to achieve project design objectives based on the Uptime Institute Tier Standards criteria. This accreditation is focused on data • • •
Check out our exciting video showcasing our leadership transition!
MINNEAPOLIS – February 20, 2018 – To continue a trend of growth and innovation, long-time mechanical & electrical engineering firm Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) has announced the appointment of five new shareholders. Established in 1946, MCE is one of Minnesota’s oldest and largest mechanical & electrical engineering firms. It grew revenue by more than 14 • • •
Finance & Commerce has named their Top Projects of 2016! Michaud Cooley Erickson is pleased to announce that we are part of the design teams for three outstanding projects included in the impressive list. MCE participated in the MEP system designs for 100 Washington, Self Esteem Brands Corporate Campus, and Wells Fargo Downtown East Corporate • • •
Great engineering provides comfort to traveling mothers. MCE continues to “engineer solutions” at MSP International Airport with lactation rooms. They are a great effort to provide a comfortable, clean and safe environment for lactating mothers. The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) has named the MSP Lactation Rooms as the top airport • • •
MCE staff participated in the creek cleanup event hosted by Minnehaha Creek Watershed District on July 25, 2015. In total, four tons of trash were collected along the creek and surrounding lakes.
MCE has some great Gopher Football fans! We were very excited to see the Little Brown Jug back in Minnesota.
Michaud Cooley Erickson is excited to see that the University of Minnesota 17th Avenue Residence Hall has been recognized by Finance & Commerce as a Top Project of 2013.
Michaud Cooley Erickson had two teams compete in the first annual Plane Pull, raising funds for Special Olympics of Minnesota.