TD&H Engineering is making a difference in the lives of engineering students at Montana State University. Several years ago, we created an endowment that provides an annual scholarship for students like Matthew Campbell, our 2016 recipient.
TD&H also contributes to a similar endowment at the Great Falls College, for their 2+2 program that allows students in northern Montana to get their core requirements in Great Falls and then transfer to MSU Bozeman to finish their engineering curriculum. We are proud to support our profession with these scholarships and want to congratulate the students that are putting in the hard work!
Posted on December 21, 2016 by TD&H Engineering
TD&H Employees are very giving of their time to the communities in which they live. Some are involved in one or two things. Many are involved in multiple community service activities.
In 2016, employees gave over 4,600 hours of service in the communities we live….Great Falls, Bozeman, and Kalispell, Montana; Lewiston, Idaho; Spokane, Washington; Media, Pennsylvania; and, Watford City, North Dakota. Here are just some of the organizations and causes our employees support:
Volunteering for ski team
Member of Whitefish Board of Adjustments
Community Soccer organization board member
Mentor high school students
Walk for causes
President of NW Montana Historical Society
Museum at Central School
Member of P.E.O. More >
Posted on January 5, 2017 by TD&H Engineering
Posted on December 29, 2016 by TD&H Engineering
TD&H is a commercial sponsor for the STEAM Expo in Great Falls. Our Great Falls office sets up a booth with activities for the kids that attend the Expo. This year we had opportunities for the kids to build bridges out of straws and tape and then test their bridges with weights. Or they could choose to design a park, with stickers and markers. The kids enjoyed the interactive activities and we are able to share with them about careers in the engineering field.
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Posted on April 5, 2016 by TD&H Engineering
TD&H Engineering invests in engineering scholarship opportunities at Great Falls College MSU, by endowing $25,000 to support the 1+3 Engineering program.
The TD&H Engineering Scholarship Fund will support students who are pursuing an engineering degree. This scholarship supports the student in their first year of engineering classes while at Great Falls College MSU and opens the door to the student transferring to MSU to complete their engineering degree.
“All of us here at TD&H are thrilled to support students going through the 1+3 Engineering program at Great Falls College MSU,” says Wade DeBoo, Regional Manager of TD&H. “As engineers, we need to support programs like these that are growing our field, More >
Posted on February 26, 2015 by TD&H Engineering
Engineers and their families located at our Watford City office in North Dakota joined the many volunteers from Watford City and McKenzie County in cleaning up the ditches and roadways throughout the area. The event started at the McKenzie County Veterans Memorial Building where volunteers could pick up their supplies and safety gear.
The TD&H Team picked up both the east/west ditches of US Highway 85 for a 1.5 mile garbage littered stretch of road from Patten’s Bridge north up to M&M Trailer Park – both sides of US Hwy 85.
The collaborative effort cleaned up over 10 miles of highway and collected over 8 tons of garbage. More >
Posted on May 27, 2014 by TD&H Engineering
TD&H Engineering is again sponsoring the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math Expo (STEAM) on March 29, 2014 from 10am-2pm at the Great Falls High Field House.
This FREE event is a chance for the whole family to enjoy the STEAM Expo and Earth Day Celebration. There will be games, activities, informational booths and student projects on display.
TD&H Engineering will be demonstrating structural and geotechnical engineeering, and kids will have the opportunity to be a landscape architect!
For more information you can click here or visit the Great Falls Public Schools Website. More >
Posted on March 3, 2014 by TD&H Engineering