ST. PAUL, MN-Joseph Hallberg has been elected president of the Consulting Engineers Council of Minnesota. Hallberg, owner and president of White Bear Lake, MN-based Hallberg Engineering, helped create the council’s mechanical electrical practice group to review and assess concerns of client groups relating the quality of mechanical an electrical engineering services in Minnesota.

Hallberg founded his engineering firm in 1985, and his firm specializes in mechanicalelectrical and energy conservation engineering. His firm recently was involved with the new Cleveland Park School in Minneapolis and construction and remodeling projects for schools in Bloomington, Forest Lake and Stillwater, all in Minnesota.

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