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DGR Engineering recognized engineers Paul Davis and Bryan Wells for their 20 years of service to the company at the company gathering on October 11.
Davis joined the firm in 1999 after earning his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from North Dakota State University. He is a project manager in the electrical power department at DGR Engineering’s Rock Rapids location. Wells also joined the company in 1999 following completion of his bachelor’s degree in civil/environmental engineering from South Dakota State University. He is department head for DGR Engineering’s Sioux City Office.
Photo ID: Marlin Overman, Vice President, Bryan Wells, Paul Davis, and Blair Metzger, President.
Mitchell Haselhoff, Rock Rapids, IA and Taylor Fauth, Leola, SD have been awarded 2019-2020 DGR Engineering Scholarships. Mitchell and Taylor have each received a cash award of $2,000 towards the 2019-2020 academic year in recognition of their academic accomplishments and expectation of achievement in the engineering profession.
Mitchell is the son of Dennis and Stacie Haselhoff and attends South Dakota State University (SDSU) in Brookings, SD. He is involved with FSAE Wild Hare Racing Club and SDSU Robotics. He has a 3.94 cumulative grade point average.
Taylor is the daughter of Jason and Pamela Fauth. She attends SDSU and serves as president of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), is vice president of Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and vice president of Engineers Without Borders (EWB). She maintains a 3.96 cumulative grade point average.
The DGR Engineering scholarship is awarded annually to an applicant who has completed 45 semester credit hours by June 1 of the current year in an accredited undergraduate engineering or land surveying degree program within the United States and has a minimum 3.0 composite collegiate GPA. DGR Engineering has created this scholarship to promote and advance the engineering profession in this region.