I’ve had the pleasure of witnessing a beautiful mentorship take place beside me all summer. Craig and Jolene made the perfect Intern-Mentor team – a 1991 NDSU Alum and a current NDSU student.
What happens if we invest in developing our people and then they leave us? EIT, Riley Olson, explains how EAPC gave him the experience he needed to take the next step in his career, which meant leaving EAPC.
Amanda Carpenter and her team from University of North Dakota Society of Human Resource Managers competed against teams from ND, SD, and MN.
EAPC has held an annual, company-wide, Fall fundraiser for the past four years. But this year, we did things a little differently, and the results surprised us all.
President and CEO of EAPC, Alan Dostert, describes the firm’s biggest achievements and challenges over the past 50 years and what it takes to achieve five decades of success.
For 30 years, Jerry Vaughn has been designing state of the art mechanical systems to function and fit in “mechanical rooms that are much too small”. Thank you Jerry for your dedication and service to our clients and to EAPC!
A half-century of providing design to those who are seeking excellent form as well as function.
Do you have a culture built on trust? Do strong, respectful, safe relationships exist between the leaders of the organization and the team?
Why is culture in the workplace important?