Monthly Archives: October 2018

Gathering Insight on Heavily Commuted CTH M

KL Engineering’s Gerry Schmitt will lead the first of three Public Information Meetings to address the traffic congestion and safety issues of CTH M. This heavily commuted highway provides northern access around Lake Mendota for the City of Madison and surrounding Wisconsin communities. The first meeting focuses on gathering information on issues of concern. The […]

Flashing Beacons Might Solve Safety Issues in Sun Prairie

The City of Sun Prairie held their second Public Information Meeting, regarding the Main Street Traffic Study project. The first meeting revealed that the Main Street crash rate is 12% higher than the statewide average of similarly categorized roads. Kevin Wehner, one of KL Engineering’s Traffic Engineers, led a 30 minute presentation outlining possible solutions. Various […]

KL’s Veit & Melby to Present at 2018 Civil 3D User Group Workshop

KL Engineering’s Brian Veit, PE and Joshua Melby, PE will present at the 2018 Civil 3D User Group Workshop. This annual event is hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Wisconsin the Wisconsin Dells. Brian will participate on the Tips and Tricks in AutoCAD and Civil 3D panel. The discussion will help participants gain efficiency and […]

Adopt-A-Highway Volunteers Gather to Celebrate the Season

We had another successful year of keeping our Adopt-A-Highway piece of land free and clear of debris. This year we collected 30 bags of trash and dodged a whole lot of mosquitoes! Our team gathered together to celebrate the end of another volunteering season and a chance to hang out indoors – without trash bags! Many thanks […]

LED Retrofit Implementation Presentation Plan

Photos of KL Engineering’s Jacob Joyal and WisDOT’s Ahmet Demirbilek during their presentation at the ASCE Annual Meeting last month. They discussed how the WisDOT Statewide LED Retrofit Implementation Plan is modernizing and upgrading the State’s roadway lighting systems. Learn more in the WisDOT’s October issue of The Connector and in our previous post.

Phosphorous in the Upper Sugar River Watershed

It was great to have members of the Upper Sugar River Waterway Association (USRWA) in our Madison office this week. Wade Moder, USRWA Executive Director pictured on left, and Marty Ciesilk, USRWA President pictured on right, joined us as part of our ongoing KL Speaker Series.  Marty lead a presentation about the harmful affects of phosphorous in the […]