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Press Photo by Katherine Lymn KLJ engineers Mark Milstone, left, and Craig Kubas discuss projects in Kubas' Dickinson City Hall office Wednesday. The city decided to contract out its engineering with KLJ after struggling to fill the city engineer position in Dickinson's competitive hiring atmosphere.

To keep up with development, North Dakota cities, counties look to private engineering for help

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When the City of Dickinson decided earlier this month to contract out its city engineering to KLJ, it joined a trend of cities and counties turning to private companies for engineering help in order to keep up with rapid oil boom-related development.

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"We're trying to catch up with the city," KLJ's Jerry Krieg said of the firm's work for Dickinson.

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