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Badlands Truck Wash
Cellular Communications, Inc.
City of Dickinson
Endeavor Engineering LLC
Contact Person: Chuck Olsen
PO Box 1651 Dickinson, ND 58602 (map)
We are a civil and mechanical engineering company. We conduct energy audits on HVAC systems, building envelopes and other energy consuming devices. We also work with developers, builders and architects to ensure that buildings start our as efficient as possible. Other capabilities include subdivision design, Storm water mitigation and project planning.
Contact Person: w. Tom Simmons
3901 N. Louises Ave Sioux Falls, SD 57107 (map)
Since our beginnings in a small movie theater in 1931, Midcontinent Communications has taken the lead in connecting our region to the world of information and entertainment. Today, we're still doing the same - only now we make it happen through broadband internet, digital and High Definition television, and local and long-distance phone service. Today, the Northern Plains Network (NPNet) brings together more than 300,000 customers in 353 communities throughout North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. We whole-heartedly support each community, our sports teams, fundraisers, educational and cultural events, social-impact initiatives and so much more!
Southwest Water Authority
Contact Person: Mary Massad
4665 2nd Street Southwest Dickinson, ND 58601-7231 (map)
The Southwest Water Authority (SWA), a political subdivision, was born in the 1991 state legislature. SWA is responsible for quality water for southwest North Dakota. SWA is also responsible for the management, operations, and maintenance of the Southwest Pipeline Project (SWPP) for the people of the state of North Dakota. SWA is governed by a 15-member-elected Board of Directors. One director represents each county within the SWPP Service Area, two directors represent the city of Dickinson, and one director represents the city of Mandan. The counties include: Adams, Billings, Bowman, Dunn, Golden Valley, Grant, Hettinger, Mercer, Morton, Oliver, Slope and Stark. For 28 years, the SWPP has been under construction providing an efficient network of pipelines, pump stations, reservoirs and treatment facilities to bring southwest North Dakota an adequate supply of quality water. To date, 31 communities, more than 5,000 rural service locations, 23 raw water customers, 23 contract customers, 2 raw water depots, and 2 water systems, which include Missouri West Water System in Morton County and Perkins County Rural Water System in South Dakota, are served by the Project.