Watford City, North Dakota

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  • Matt is the Regional Manager of TD&H Engineering North Dakota office location in Watford City. His work at TD&H includes marketing, project management, coordination, and design on projects. He graduated from North Dakota State University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science – Civil Engineering Degree. Matt is licensed in North Dakota and Montana and belongs to the American Society of Civil Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, and the Watford City Economic Development Corporation. He also serves on the Watford City Council and the McKenzie County Job Development Authority. He is skilled in design and construction administration for a variety of project types including road and street improvements, utility improvements and extensions, site design, preliminary planning, and survey projects.

    • • Geotechnical
    • • Structural
    • • Environmental
    • • CMT
    • • Industrial Hygiene
    • • Water/Wastewater
    • • Transportation
    • • Surveying
  • TD&H Engineering
    Watford City Regional Office
    PO Box 870
    500 2nd Ave. NW
    Watford City, ND 58854

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    Hours
    Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

    Phone (701) 842-6619

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  • Matt Beard, P.E.
    Regional Manager

    Matt is the Regional Manager of the TD&H Engineering. North Dakota office location in Watford City. He graduated from North Dakota State University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science – Civil Engineering Degree, he is licensed in North Dakota and Montana and belongs to the American Society of City Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, and the Watford City Economic Development Corporation. His work with TD&H includes project management, coordination, and design on projects, such as street paving, drainage water, sewer, site civil, master planning and survey projects.







    Jim Hiersche
    Construction Project Representative

    Jim joined the TD&H team in the Spring of 2013. His responsibilities include: conferring with supervisory personnel, owners, contractors and design professionals to discuss and resolve matters such as work procedures, complains and problems; Organize and direct activities pertinent to construction and maintenance of structures, facilities, and systems; taking action to mitigate effects from project delays, bad weather, or emergencies at construction sites; Inspecting and reviewing projects for compliance with safety codes and other regulations and; Study job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods.



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