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  • South Dakota State University, BS Civil Engineering, 1991

  • Lake Area Vocational Technical School, 2-Year Technical Degree, 1987


  • Professional Engineer - South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nebraska, Kansas, Wyoming, Colorado, Missouri, Montana, & North Dakota


  • National Society of Professional Engineers

  • South Dakota Engineering Society

  • American Public Works Association

  • American Council of Engineering Companies

  • South Dakota State University Board of Governors


  • Wastewater Treatment Facility  |  Hartford, South Dakota

  • Lift Station  |  Brandon, South Dakota

  • Watersource Improvements  |  Brandon, South Dakota

  • Biosolids Removal  |  Brandon, South Dakota

  • Wastewater Treatment Facility Plan  |  Harrisburg, South Dakota




  • Stockwell Engineers in Sioux Falls, South Dakota - Civil/Municipal Engineer1992-Present

  • City of Sioux Falls Engineering Department in Sioux Falls, South Dakota Project Construction Observer and SurveyorSummers 1985-1991

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Jon Brown, P.E.

Stockwell Engineers

Project Director

Jon Brown is President and Principal Engineer for Stockwell Engineers Inc.,

and has over 25 years experience with municipal infrastructure throughout the Midwest.


As designated City Engineer for various communities, Jon has been highly involved in municipal policy and standards that relate to the design and

construction of public works improvement projects throughout the region.

Jon’s expertise includes design and construction of sanitary sewer systems,

storm sewer and drainage conveyance systems, and potable water systems.


In addition to his vast experience with municipal utility projects, Mr. Brown

has a broad background managing all phases of design and construction for

street reconstruction projects, as well as residential and commercial building

projects. His experience includes feasibility planning, cost estimating, project

management, design, construction staking, and construction administration.

Jon has experience in large industrial ethanol site designs that include the

design of rail loop and side tracks, roadway, drainage, storm sewer, sanitary

sewer collection with lift station. The sites generally require off site utilities be

extended to the facility as well as outfall lines to neighboring creeks or streams.

These projects range in cost from 3M – 14M of site costs. Jon’s roll has ranged

from the detailed design of all elements to the project management in the

more recent facilities. The facilities are located in 10 different States in the

Midwest region.

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