Jordheim, Jendro, Sarberg Become Shareholders at Widseth Smith Nolting

Chris Jordheim

WSN added three new shareholders to the company’s management structure effective December 1, 2012: mechanical engineer Eric Jendro, PE, LEED(r) AP; land surveyor Chris Jordheim, LS; and civil engineer Pete Sarberg, PE. Each of these new shareholders now has Vice President designation.

Jordheim joined WSN in 1997 and oversees all of WSN’s North Dakota survey operations. He is responsible for estimating, research, client contact, preliminary calculations for field crews, daily review of field work, and field observations. Jordheim serves as the President-Elect for the North Dakota Society of Professional Land Surveyors.

Eric Jendro

Jendro has been with WSN since 2002 and is responsible for designing HVAC and plumbing systems, conducting energy analysis studies, performing load designs, sizing ductwork and piping, selecting equipment, reviewing shop drawings and prior approval requests, performing field observations, and coordinating with other disciplines to ensure quality control. As a LEED(r) Accredited Professional, Jendro has demonstrated his understanding of sustainable design, green building practices and principles, and LEED(r) requirements, resources, and processes.

Pete Sarberg

Sarberg has 28 years of hydraulic, drainage, and stormwater management experience. He has been with WSN for 20 years and leads the firm’s water resources division. Sarberg is responsible for water resources engineering studies and design including hydrologic analysis, stormwater management, storm sewer design, bridge hydraulics, scour analysis, structural recommendations, and watershed district engineering. Sarberg serves as technical advisor on the City of Alexandria, Minn., Stormwater Management Committee.

Widseth Smith Nolting is a multi-disciplined firm of more than 180 employees providing engineering, architectural, land surveying and environmental services. In addition to its offices in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks, other locations include Alexandria, Baxter, Bemidji, Crookston, Red Wing, and Rochester, Minnesota. For more information, please visit

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