MSA announces the expansion of their agricultural engineering discipline to the Dallas-Fort Worth and greater Texas marketplace. Jenise Anderson, agricultural engineer with the firm, now applies her expertise to farms out of the MSA Dallas location, a relocation from the company’s Quad Cities, Iowa, office.
The move marks the targeted development of MSA’s agricultural offerings across the southern part of the U.S., with engineering services to match a wide variety of needs for producers large or small. Manure management, farmstead planning, permitting, funding, project management and design comprise some of the available services, applicable to farmers across the dairy, swine, beef, poultry, grain, agro-chemical and animal genetics industries.
Anderson joined MSA 2016 as an agricultural engineer after earning both master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Biological and Agricultural Engineering from Texas A&M University. Her experience includes a variety of farm and dairy expansion and improvement projects, manure and feed storage facility remodels, permitting, and compliance evaluations. She also assists in leading the firm’s Ag Services Strategic Plan Initiative.
“I am excited to lend Jenise’s talents to the great state of Texas,” commented Andrew Skwor, PE, CPESC, and Ag Services Team Leader for the firm. “Her passions and expertise in ag engineering pair perfectly with this move, especially as MSA continues to grow – geographically and within the expertise of our many disciplines. I look forward to introducing new and existing clients to Jenise and providing our southern communities with smart, sustainable agricultural solutions.”
MSA’s newly relocated office in Dallas-Fort Worth is located in the Spring Valley Center near the Galleria Dallas.