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We are always looking for new talent.


Explore our opportunities to see how you can fit in with our team:


Hallberg and Associates was founded in 1979 in Forest Lake, MN as a mechanical engineering firm specializing in K‐12 schools. Over the years the name has changed, our services have expanded and Hallberg Engineering is now a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), consulting engineering firm specializing in the design of mechanical, electrical, technology systems, and commissioning services.


Our experienced staff members provide various services including pre‐design studies, energy usage simulation, early schematic planning and budgeting, timely design development, thorough construction documents, and comprehensive construction administration along with post‐occupancy evaluation.  Our process includes thorough, efficient coordination with a building owner's staff and design team, project consultants and architectural and interior design firms.


Hallberg Engineering offers a collaborative, productive and fun work environment while providing exceptional client services. We pride ourselves on low turnover and are proud of the team we have built. We provide services for a variety of markets including: retail, entertainment/hospitality, municipal, government, places of worship, healthcare, K‐12 schools, higher education as well as industrial facilities


Company Size:

Hallberg Engineering employs almost 50 team members, including engineers, designers, project managers, commissioning agents and support staff.


Our Twin Cities office is located in scenic White Bear Lake, MN just off Highway 61 and County Road E, just a short drive from St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Our Duluth office is located on Miller Trunk Highway just a short drive from downtown Duluth.


We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package that includes life, medical, dental, short‐term and long‐term disability insurance, 401(k) plan, flexible benefit account, a flexible work schedule, optional hybrid schedule and paid time off.


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