Monthly Archives: May 2022

National Bike To Work Day

We celebrate communities like City of Fitchburg that provide safe bicycle and pedestrian accommodations for the traveling public. Watch our bridge build in action (below). Providing [A] Better Experience for your next ride! Happy #NationalBikeToWorkDay everyone! Fish Hatchery Road was named after a 150-year-old fish hatchery located to the east that is supplied by natural […]

Elroy-Sparta State Trail Reopening Ceremony

KL’s Karen Richardson and Bill Biesmann attended the Elroy-Sparta State Trail Reopening Ceremony on Saturday, May 14th. This historic trail was one of the first rail-to-trail projects in the US. It has been closed since the summer floods of 2018. KL Engineering evaluated 49 structures to identify damage and prioritize repairs. Two bridges and three […]

Safety Improvements

The Fish Hatchery and McKee Road intersection was notorious for being a tricky intersection to cross. Motor traffic would regularly disregard the protected right turn signage, creating safety conflicts with pedestrians and cyclists. KL’s redesign separated the southbound right turns and provided a pedestrian refuge island on which to safely wait before crossing the remaining […]

PTR Opening

If you’re interested in a fast-moving, challenging position in transportation that focuses on multi-modal design mixed in with other open space design opportunities, look into joining our team! This position offers a variety of opportunities for growth and potential for a mix with construction oversight, if desired. Our team includes transportation, structure, and stormwater engineers […]