Ducks Unlimited’s Great Plains Regional Office staff delivers wetland restoration and mitigation opportunities within an eight-state region. Our staff has the capability to see each project to completion from preliminary site investigations to final design and construction inspections. Together, DU biologists, civil engineers, land surveyors, geologists and construction managers have the combined knowledge to find solutions to all aspects of wetland engineering. We use the most technologically advanced methods to provide topographic surveys, wetland infrastructure design, mitigation solutions and construction management.
The regional office in Bismarck, North Dakota houses the region’s administration, core engineering, GIS and biological staff. DU also maintains engineering staff in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and Colorado. If you would like more information about engineering projects or mitigation opportunities, contact the GPRO at 701-355-3500.
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