Ed Studniski

Ed Studniski

Position/Role: Partner, Electrical Engineer

Contact: estudniski@gausman.com
Ed Studniski

Education and experience: Ed has a Bachelor of Science Electrical, Electronics Engineering from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND. After working for a year with an electrical contractor, Ed started his career at HGA Architects and Engineers where he spent seven years working on a variety of projects under some great leadership. The time at HGA gave him a firm foundation for the opportunities presented to him at Gausman & Moore. Since joining Gausman & Moore, Ed has been involved in some of our smallest and largest projects. After several years as a project engineer, he transitioned into a corporate leadership role where he is responsible for client relationships, staff growth, and the overall financial health of the company.

What’s your favorite part of the job? “Our job is filled with deadlines. My favorite part of the job is working with our team and our clients to deliver a great design by the deadlines established for the team. The people are great and there is a tremendous sense of accomplishment when we deliver. I also enjoy seeing the opportunities for our staff to grow and progress in their careers. Giving them tools and training to succeed and providing challenging opportunities is rewarding to our staff and rewarding to me when they take full advantage of the opportunities.”

What do you like to do when you’re not working? “I enjoy following the National Champion NDSU Bison football team. In the off season, I spend time in our large yard where we have several varieties of apple, plum, and pear trees in addition to a large vegetable garden.”

Fun fact: While Ed is often accused of sitting behind a desk (mostly by his four brothers), he really enjoys building things. Some of his projects include an adding a stall to his garage and building a two-story play house with his daughter. In the additional stall of his garage, you will often find him working to repair a garden tractor, grass trimmer, car, or any other broken piece of equipment.

Exceptional client service, intelligent engineering.