Dale Recognized by Kind Community for his Acts of Kindness
Anyone who knows Dale knows he is well deserving of this recognition. Dale always goes out of his way to help others.
Wyatt Passes Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam
Not only did Wyatt Radke graduate from ISU with his BS in Civil Engineering, Wyatt all sat for the FE and PASSED! We are excited to have Wyatt join A&E as an Engineering Intern.
Zack Passes Professional Engineering (PE) Exam
In October Zack Smith, currently Engineering Intern with A&E, sat for the Professional Engineering Exam and PASSED! The exam is an eight hour long exam and Zack spent many hours preparing. We are very excited for him and proud to have him as part of our team.
ISU Civil Engineering Senior Design Team
During the Spring 2020 Semester Krystal Chanda of A&E served as a mentor a Civil Engineering Senior Design Team. The team is made up seniors of Laura Alicke, Rachel Brownwell, Samantha Kerr, and Wyatt Radke. Wyatt is currently and Intern working for A&E. The team is working on the design of a wildlife underpass to be located on US Highway 30 south of Montpelier. The team is also working with Tara Capson of ITD who is the Project Manager for the project called Rocky Point Wildlife Crossing. In November the team presented to the class and the professors to finish out their first semester of the design.
Partner of the Year
During their annual meeting on October 28, 2020, A&E Engineering was recognized as NeighborWorks® Pocatello Business Partner of the year! To be chosen by this organization is an honor of the highest order. Check them out at https://nwpocatello.org/ NeighborWorks® has positive impact on this town and area have changed so many lives for the better.
Volunteer of the Year
On October 7, 2020 the Pocatello/Chubbuck Chamber of Commerce presented the Volunteer of the Year award to our own Krystal Chanda. Krystal is active in the Chamber as a Board Member and Board Member of Leadership Pocatello. She was selected to be Chamber Chief “STEM” in 2018. Krystal spends countless hours volunteering with MATHCOUNTS, Kind Community, ISU and Aid for Friends. She is a super advocate for all women, especially those in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
ASCE SIS Outstanding Civil Engineering of the Year
Krystal Chanda, of A&E Engineering, was recognized as Outstanding Civil Engineer of the Year by the American Society of Civil Engineers, Southern Idaho Section. The award was made at the ASCE-SIS annual awards banquet held in Boise, Idaho – March 24th, 2020 during the 2020 ASCE Idaho Civil Engineering Conference.
Field of Heroes
A&E is proud to be able to help with the Field of Heroes again this year. Damon and Jessica spent the day at Century laying out the grid for the crosses to be laid out. We also provide a drawing of the layout to be used during the week and on Memorial Day Weekend. our In-Kind surveying for the Field of Hereos is the least we can do in remembrance of our fallen heroes.
Krystal Chanda was recently elected as a Pocatello Chief to serve along side Dale Reavis. She was be given her chief name “Chief STEM” at the Annual Chief Pow Wow last August.
A&E is very proud of Zack Smith. Zack has been a drafter for us for a few years and is graduating this May with his Civil Engineering degree. We are excited to have him as an engineer at A&E now. Zack was also recognized by Idaho State University as the Career Path Intern of the month. You can read more about it here (be sure and click the plus sign next to Intern of the Month): https://www.isu.edu/career/cpi-program/
Distinguished Communicator of the Year
The Idaho Academy of Science and Engineering recently recognized Krystal Chanda as the Distinguished Communicator of the Year. The award goes to an individual with outstanding achievements in communicating the meaning and values of science and/or engineering to students and/or the general public. Krystal’s involvement in MATHCOUNTS, the ISU Center for New Directions Super STEM Girl Day, ISU Bengal STEM Day and speaking to various classes about engineering earned her this award.
Bengal STEM Day
A&E Engineering teamed up with Monsanto at Bengal STEM Day during National Engineer’s Week at Idaho State University. Reaching approximately 120 students who rotated through their Dam Engineering Presentation. The students got to learn about different types of dams, dam construction, environmental concerns and regulations. After the presentation they got to build and test their own clay dams.
A&E are proud contributors to the Simplot Games. After attending the ribbon cutting to start the games Thursday night, A&E started Friday morning off with Breakfast with Fosbury and Friends. Hearing from Butch Reynolds was very inspiring. During the parade of athletes Saturday morning A&E was lined up directly in front of the Olympians. It was a perfect way to end the eventful weekend.
Idaho Business Review Women of the Year
Krystal Chanda was selected as one of 50 women name IBR Women of the Year. For more information read IBR pays tribute to 50 stellar Idaho Women.
Leadership Pocatello Chubbuck
Krystal Chanda just finished her first year of Leadership and has been as a facilitator for her diplomat year. We are so happy to have her be part of such a great program that plays such a huge part in our local community.
Let’s Celebrate Kindness
A&E’s very own Dale Reavis, a Pocatello Chief, was able to support the kick off off Kind Community Week. The ribbon cutting was held on Monday September 20th.
CW HOG 35th Annual Pig Out
A&E is a proud supporter of the CW HOG Pig Out. This years Pig Out is Saturday September 17th at the Lower Ross Park Pavilion. Proceeds benefit ISU’s CW HOG program by providing staffing, training for staff & volunteers, equipment, and financial aid to participants who would other wise not be able to get the experiences that CW HOG has to offer. The confidence, self-esteem, and lifelong memories that come along with challenging oneself with outdoor adventures are immeasurable and CW HOG is committed to assisting with these challenges. Find more details on their facebook page here. Join us for good food, good music and good company!
The student who took first place at the Southeast Idaho MATHCOUNTS Competition also took first place at the State Competition and will be heading to the National Competition!
The 34th Annual Southeast Idaho MATHCOUNTS Chapter Competition was held on February 11th, 2018 at Idaho State University. Registration is now open for teams. If you are interested in volunteering or supporting MATHCOUNTS contact Krystal at [email protected]