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  • MBJ Phoenix Team Aces ACE

    March 2, 2020 – Meyer Borgman Johnson (MBJ) has been involved with the ACE Mentor Program for more than a decade as well as with the founding of regional affiliate programs in Phoenix and Minneapolis, so it was with a joyous spirit that MBJ volunteer mentors Victoria Flys and Ivy Blumer celebrated their students, who took top honors for best project at the Phoenix Area ACE Mentorship Program Final Showcase last week (February 27). Congratulations to the winning students, who will apply to the national ACE showcase later this year to present their project!

    Parents, faculty, and other members of the A/E/C community joined students and mentors at the event to acknowledge the 9 participating teams and their diligent work in developing their projects and presentations over the preceding months. MBJ volunteer Lindsey Schultz, who has been involved with ACE for more than 10 years, led the event as Program Chair. The evening saw a total of $30,000 in scholarships awarded to students.

    Coming up on March 4, MBJ volunteer mentors in Minneapolis, Kate Ranade and Brittany Shotwell, will cheer their students on as they present their final projects in front of peers, mentors, and judges at a similar event. The ACE Twin Cities Student Competition will bring together 14 schools, 60 mentors, and 100 students. MBJ’s Saura Jost, longtime member, past mentor, and current executive board member, will be judging the competition. This year’s challenge for each of the 14 Twin Cities area teams was to design a hypothetical Gastronomic Center located near downtown St. Paul. We are looking forward to congratulating the winner!

    Learn more about the national program and how to get involved.

    Learn more about the ACE Phoenix affiliate.

    Learn more about the ACE Twin Cities affiliate.

  • Lindsey Schultz ENR Top Professional

    December 9, 2019 – Lindsey Schultz, a structural engineer and MBJ’s Office Leader in Phoenix, was recently selected as one of Engineering News Record Southwest’s 2020 Top Young Professionals. ENR’s goal was to seek out the “Best-of-the-Best” young professionals in the construction and design industry and has recognized Lindsey for her leadership, community involvement, and career progress.

    Lindsey has worked on some of MBJ’s most prominent projects in the Southwest, including Northern State University Recital Hall, Mayo Clinic East Expansion, Nevitt Elementary School, City of Gilbert Safety and Training Facility, and Arizona State University Sun Devils Stadium. Outside of work, she has mentored youth in the past 11 years through the ACE Mentor Program of America, an after school program that introduces youth to careers in architecture, construction, and engineering.

    We are proud and fortunate to have Lindsey on our team. She inspires all of us at MBJ with her passion and positive attitude to go that extra mile.

  • Thomas speaks at 2019 NCSEA Conf

    November 22, 2019 — Matt Thomas, PE, principal and technical director of Meyer Borgman Johnson (MBJ), presented at the 2019 Structural Engineering Summit for the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) on Wednesday, November 13 in Anaheim, California.

    His presentation, “Lateral Analysis Overview / A Closer Look at Lateral Load Path”, centered around helping younger structural engineers better comprehend the theory, principles, and real-world examples of lateral analysis.

    NCSEA’s vision is to be recognized as the leading advocate for the practice of structural engineering and serves the needs of the structural engineering profession, its clientele, as well as architects, building code authorities, contractors, developers, licensing and registration boards, legislatures and regulatory agencies, professional and trade organizations, and public news media.

    Matt has worked in structural engineering consulting for over 21 years. His experience as a structural engineer on the west coast prior to joining MBJ included structural design and detailing requirements for high seismic regions and his portfolio of projects includes educational, hospitality, medical, commercial office and existing building renovations. As a principal and technical director, Matt oversees MBJ’s standards development and implementation and is involved with the firm’s quality assurance and quality control processes.

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