TKDA’s Duluth office adds staff

 

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TKDA’s office in Duluth has added several new staff members.

William Beyer, PE, has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and has eight years of design and construction experience in the mining and energy generation industries.

Graham Redshaw, EIT, has an Integrated Engineering Degree from Minnesota State University in Mankato. He has four years of mechanical design experience serving the iron ore and pipeline industries.

Shannon Vorderbruggen was recently hired as an administrative assistant, and comes to TKDA with 10 years of experience as an office manager. She has an Associate Degree as a Paralegal and holds a Legal Administrative Support Certificate, both from Lake Superior College in Duluth.

“As we expand our services in the Northland, we are lucky to have several talented professionals join our team to help us serve our clients well,” said Bill Deitner, president and CEO of TKDA. “We are proud of our commitment to the region and the quality staff we are able to attract.”

TKDA recently held an open house to celebrate the expansion of its Northland office. The new space, located one floor above the firm’s previous location, is nearly double in size. The company’s in-house professional staff designed the new office floor plan and interiors to house a growing team of engineers, architects and support staff.

TKDA’s Duluth office adds staff

TKDA’s office in Duluth has added several new staff members.

William Beyer, PE, has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and has eight years of design and construction experience in the mining and energy generation industries.

Graham Redshaw, EIT, has an Integrated Engineering Degree from Minnesota State University in Mankato. He has four years of mechanical design experience serving the iron ore and pipeline industries.

Shannon Vorderbruggen was recently hired as an administrative assistant, and comes to TKDA with 10 years of experience as an office manager. She has an Associate Degree as a Paralegal and holds a Legal Administrative Support Certificate, both from Lake Superior College in Duluth.

“As we expand our services in the Northland, we are lucky to have several talented professionals join our team to help us serve our clients well,” said Bill Deitner, president and CEO of TKDA. “We are proud of our commitment to the region and the quality staff we are able to attract.”

TKDA recently held an open house to celebrate the expansion of its Northland office. The new space, located one floor above the firm’s previous location, is nearly double in size. The company’s in-house professional staff designed the new office floor plan and interiors to house a growing team of engineers, architects and support staff.