Terry Aaker

Terry L. Aaker

Principal and Project Manager at SPN & Associates

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2100 North Sanborn Blvd., Mitchell, South Dakota, United States
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(605) 996-7761
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last updated 12/10/2017

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Principal - Schmucker , Paul , Nohr and Associates

Senior Field Engineer - U.S. Public Health Service


B.S. - Civil Engineering , South Dakota State University

M.S. - Civil/Environmental Engineering , South Dakota State University

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Terry Aaker
Professional Engineer Terry Aaker, a native South Dakotan, moved back from Minnesota and joined Schmucker, Paul, Nohr and Associates in 1996. Since joining the firm, Mr. Aaker has gained a wealth of experience in all aspects of the civil and municipal engineering discipline. In 2002, Terry became a Principal of Schmucker Paul, Nohr and Associates. Over the last 26 years, Terry has developed a passion and enthusiasm for water and wastewater projects in particular and municipal projects in general. Terry has a great deal of experience working in the analysis of water supply and distribution systems and wastewater collection and treatment systems. This experience allows Terry to see the big picture and think outside the box to find the best possible solutions which is valuable in evaluating your water and wastewater systems. Terry's strengths are his project communication and coordination skills, his personal integrity, and his desire to provide the best client service in the market. Mr. Aaker takes great pride in his ability to make the project enjoyable for all involved: the client, the engineer and the contractor.

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Terry Aaker with SPN & Associates, Mitchell, discussed the state of the Citys water and sewer systems.
He told council members that the City has been doing a band aid approach, and a long-range plan needs to be put in place. He said it is necessary to camera (televise) the sanitary and storm sewers, develop a GIS map (geographic information system), and also take a look at the water system. He said such information is necessary in order to look at funding sources. With Millers sewer rate charge at $22 per month, Aaker said he is certain funding would be as a loan rather than a grant, unless rates are raised. Aaker said some funding could be available by March or June of next year.

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