We are excited to announce the celebration of our 75 years in business! Since 1945, Michaud Cooley Erickson has been driven by innovative and dedicated professionals, who have paired creative solutions with excellent customer service. A special thanks to our valued clients who have maintained strong relationships with us over the years. Please enjoy our video commemorating this tremendous landmark.
MCE 75th Anniversary:
Kerry: My grandfather started this company 75 years ago in 1945. And here we are at the end of a pandemic and seeing where we’ve come, who we were then, and where we’re going, it’s a really incredibly proud moment.
Greg: What does MCE’s 75 years of business mean to me? Well, it’s an incredible milestone and a testament to everyone that has been a part of the firm.
Jason: What 75 years of the business means to me is that we have found a way to evolve with the changing needs of the marketplace, attracting the best and brightest technical design staff in the industry, and we’ve got the best administrative support staff to build infrastructure to support the entire thing.
Greg: The MCE mission is we are dedicated and innovative professionals who solve challenging engineering problems for all our valued clients. And you ask, how is this being executed? It’s being executed every day by a culture of engineers and designers with a relentless commitment to excellence and a drive for constant improvement.
Kerry: So, my favorite part about working for MCE is no doubt about it the people here. Everyone here is just wonderful to work with, we have a wealth of knowledge, probably thousands of years of experience combined. You can never get stuck on something because there’s always someone to turn to, and everyone is incredibly helpful, collaborative loves to work together. Everyone here at MCE really is a great team. I think the key to the longevity and success of MCE over the years has been the culture of MCE.
Jason: MCE is truly fortunate to be one of the few businesses that make it to the 75-year mark. I believe that there are two factors that contribute to a successful and long-lasting company: excellent technical abilities and great customer service. In ten years, energy efficiency, sustainability, and net zero features will be impacting all of the buildings that we design. And just as MCE is done for the last 75 years, ten years from now, MCE will still be there, finding creative solutions, being on the cutting edge and delivering a great product and great customer service to go along with it.
Greg: What is the MCE vision for the future and how will it be implemented? Growth. We’ll see growth in revenue, growth in the services that we offer, growth in our staff and their professional development. Growth creates opportunities, and we plan to do just that, create opportunities. We’ll achieve that growth by remaining focused on our goals while provi
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John Smith Announces Retirement
Congratulations to John Smith on an incredible career with Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE). John will be retiring from MCE on December 9, 2022, to begin his new career enjoying time with his family, friends, and his favorite hobbies. We are sad to be losing a talented engineer and coworker, but we are grateful he can spend precious time with his family and continue to pursue his passions.
Market Insight: Corporate & Workplace
Companies employee office experience is reliant on systems working correctly and efficiently. Overall comfort and productivity within a space is often dependent on expert design. Systems blending innocuously into an environment while reliably delivering is a sign of successful engineering. Our team has met these standards of the corporate and workplace markets, time and time again. We asked Workplace Project Manager Lisa Chaput and Corporate Project Manager Mark Fauske to detail these markets engineering complexities.
Market Insight: Higher Education
From major universities to elementary schools, we have provided innovative design services to educational facilities for over 60 years. Optimally designed, these structures enhance the student experience, ease facility day-to-day functions, and engage the visiting public. Our teams have enhanced these learning environments through remodels and new ground.
Market Insight: Aviation
With a prolific engineering design career in aviation environments, we are proud to harbor some of the markets most talented industry leading designers. With a proven reputation of delivering incredible passenger experiences, Kerry Cooley Bruggemann undoubtedly falls into this category.