Welcome Our New Engineering Interns at Sambatek!

We are delighted to introduce three exceptional engineering interns who have recently become part of the Sambatek team. Ian, Ethan, and Kellen have each brought their unique set of skills and experiences, which we believe will greatly enrich our team and our projects.

Set of three arrows. Welcome To The Team 2024 Interns. Ethan Rossow Transportation Group. Kellen Ryan Transportation Group. Ian Brudnak Voss Water/Wastewater Group. Sambatek logo.

Ian Brudnak Voss has joined our Water/Wastewater Group, reporting to Rob O’Connell in our Minnetonka office. Ian began his internship on May 28 and is already diving into various water and wastewater projects. He is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in environmental/environmental health engineering at the University of Minnesota and is set to graduate in December 2024. Ian brings valuable experience from his previous role as a Catch Basin Technician with the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District during the summers of 2022 and 2023. Additionally, Ian is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. We are excited to see Ian apply his skills and knowledge to help us advance our projects.

Ethan Rossow has joined our Transportation Group under the guidance of Tina Nguy in our Minnetonka office, starting on May 22. Ethan will contribute to transportation planning studies, roadway design projects, and traffic engineering analyses. He is a third-year Civil Engineering student at the University of Minnesota, with two previous internships at the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Ethan’s enthusiasm for professional growth and learning is evident, and we look forward to his contributions to our team.

Kellen Ryan is another promising addition to our Transportation Group. He works with Glen Mullenbach in our Minnetonka office. Kellen started his internship on May 20 and will actively engage in transportation projects, gaining hands-on experience that will be invaluable in his career. Kellen is pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota, aiming to graduate in May 2025. His commitment to creating a sustainable future for our infrastructure is inspiring, and we are eager to see his impact on our projects.

We are confident that Ian, Ethan, and Kellen will significantly contribute to Sambatek during their internships. Please join us in welcoming them to the team!