Charge Those Bearkats!

Good luck tonight, Bison!

Anytime a game day falls on a work day, you can be sure to find our Fargo EAPCers decked out in full Bison garb.

Tonight the North Dakota State Bison will represent NDSU in college football at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision level as they compete in the semifinal game against the Sam Houston State Bearkats at the Fargodome. The game starts at 7:00 tonight where loyal Bison fans, Alan Dostert, President and CEO of EAPC, as well as Anthony Corcoran, Mechanical Engineering Department Manager, will use their season tickets to cheer on their favorite team.

The Bison were victorious in the quarter finals last week against the Wofford Terriers. All Bison fans across EAPC’s nine office locations look forward to seeing NDSU in the finals in Frisco, TX on January 6.

NDSU Alum and Fargo EAPCer, Andrew Suby, was given a hard time for his seemingly lack of Bison pride today. However, he defended himself saying, “There’s nothing untrue about my spirit!” as he sported a Bison yellow and green t-shirt.

Anthony Corcoran, Elise Derby, Alan Dostert, Andrew Suby, and Mike Weber

EAPC is a great place for die hard Bison fans to work with others who share their passion. Check out EAPC’s many career opportunities to see if any are a good fit for you. EAPC employs more than 30 alumni from NDSU—including the majority of our architectural department!

We support our local college football teams in many ways across all of our EAPC office locations, including treating our clients to tailgating parties.

EAPC Sioux Falls tailgating the South Dakota State Jackrabbits game with client Freeman Regional Health Services

If you are currently a student studying architecture, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, or construction management, contact our HR Director to ask about internship opportunities! Our architects and engineers are excited to provide mentorships that allow you to apply what you’ve learned in school in a real world setting and help you transition into your career. In 2016, EAPC employed at least ten interns from various schools. Many of the internships we provide become long term. We enjoy the current knowledge, ideas, fresh eyes, enthusiasm, and excitement interns bring to our workplace. Student interns bring a different kind of energy into the office and are always fun to have around.

NDSU Student Interns Josh Cristy and Whitney Lee

“I have been blessed to work at EAPC while earning my masters degree at NDSU! The team here has done a lot to support me going to school while balancing productivity at work.”

— Josh Cristy, Project Designer, NDSU Student Intern at EAPC Fargo


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