Ackerman-Estvold: Engineering and Management Consulting, Inc.
Facebook Twitter RSS Linkedin
Ackerman Surveying & Associates, Inc.
Capabilities Careers and Culture Projects About Us
Sign-Up News Bidding Documents Contact Us Home
About Williston, ND
Tags: bakkenboomlinksnorth dakotaoilTheodore RooseveltWilliston

If you’re looking for a growing community with a bright future, Williston is the place for you!

Nestled in the northwest corner of North Dakota, Williston is just 60 miles from the Canadian border and 18 miles from the Montana border. 

While historically being an agricultural community, Williston’s economy is increasingly being driven by the oil industry. Williston lends its name to the Williston Basin, a huge subterranean geologic feature known for its rich deposits of petroleum, coal and potash. Williston sits atop the Bakken formation, which by the end of 2012 was predicted to be producing more oil than any other site in the United States. 
Williston has much more to offer than a booming oil economy.  It is one of the finest deer and game bird hunting regions in the States and just 16 miles east of Lake Sakakawea which is regarded as one of the premier walleye fishing lakes in the world.  The community is a strong supporter of Williston State University, Lewis and Clark State Park and the Links of North Dakota which is nationally recognized as a “top 100 Golf Course” in Golf Week and Golf Digest. The schools, churches, parks and recreation, cultural opportunities, and state of the art medical facilities are the envy of small communities around the state.  Williston is also blessed to be just an hour away from the scenic Theodore Roosevelt National Park North Unit of the Badlands.  Check out all Williston has to offer and more at the Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Ackerman-Estvold team members are excited about the growth taking place in Williston and are proud to have a strong presence in this booming community.

Williston Golf  WillistonHistory