Business briefs

Morrison-Maierle brings on natural resources market group leader

SHERIDAN — Morrison-Maierle recently announced that Mike Gray has joined the firm as its new natural resources market group leader. He succeeds Ken Salo, who held the position for nine years and will continue as Morrison-Maierle’s chief engineer and project manager.

Gray has spent the majority of his career in progressively responsible positions with engineering consulting companies, including most recently AECOM (formerly URS) where he worked in offices in Billings, Montana, and Anchorage, Alaska, and Dames & Moore (acquired by URS) where he worked in Anchorage and San Francisco, California. He is a northern California native and a graduate of Humboldt State University with a bachelor’s in geology.

He will be based out of Morrison-Maierle’s Billings, Montana, office.


Crossroads Health to host grand opening

SHERIDAN — Crossroads Health has expanded and moved. The business will host an open house and grand opening Friday from 3-6 p.m.

The event will include tours of the new location and information about expanded services.

For more information, call Wendy Wood Neeson at (307) 751-0645.

Crossroads Health is located at 1156 N. Main St.

By |May. 29, 2018|

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