KL’s Samantha Herheim & Jesse Schreiner spent a beautiful day at the 21st Annual Fitchburg Chamber Golf Outing on Monday. KL sponsored the 12th hole, where we had a longest drive competition with a kids driver. It was a blast!
We are excited to have Shelly Harris join our KL family this week! She is the newest addition to our Structures team and will be working out of our Menomonie office as an Engineer III. Shelly graduated from South Dakota State University and brings 4 years of experience working with the South Dakota DOT.
KL’s Mike Scarmon and Kevin Wehner attended the Great Lakes District ITE 2022 Annual Meeting in Duluth, MN this week. They presented on transit technology and highlights from the Fish Hatchery Road Reconstruction project in Fitchburg, WI.
Our second set of traffic counters are onboard and ready to tally! Matt Cramer just graduated from Verona High School and will be attending Northern Michigan University in the fall. Isaac Blomquist just graduated from Menomonie High School and will be attending UW-River Falls in September. Jackson Ryan will be a senior at Madison West […]
KL prides itself on developing a diverse workforce. Women bring a different perspective and energy to the world of engineering. In honor of International Women in Engineering Day, KL values what the women in our company, as well as those in the engineering community, bring to the industry as a whole. Please join us in […]
Our Green Bay office is moving just 0.8 miles to 1048 Glory Road, Suite B, Green Bay, WI 54304. We look forward to providing you #ABetterExperience from our new location as of Wednesday, 6/22/22!
One of the cool things about the North Fish Hatchery Road project was the way materials were recycled. The existing concrete pavement was pulverized and reused as the base course for the new road, helping save the community of Fitchburg $700,000! All salvageable traffic equipment was saved to be repurposed on other projects. Standard signal […]
The North Fish Hatchery Road reconstruction project was quite impressive in many ways. Here are just a few: 115,000+ hours went into the design, coordination, and construction of the project 44+ miles of electrical wire was installed – enough to run the length of the Badger State Trail 32,000 square yards of concrete was used […]