KL’s Samantha Herheim, Cole Hernikl, and Nathan Rullman are our first crew at the 2022 Future Quest Career Expo today, where 4,500 Dane County Middle School kids are exploring their options at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI. #ABetterExperience
Share your gratitude with those in your lives! Our offices will be closed this Thursday and Friday, allowing our staff time to spend with those they hold dear. We wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving!
KL Engineering’s Chris Ehlert travels to Honduras each year to serve with Honduras Well Projects in conjunction with Agua Viva International. In 2022, he worked in northern Honduras, restoring and repairing 7 wells and drilling 1 new well. Part of the program includes teaching hygiene in the village and how to properly clean their water containers. #EngineersGiveBack Click this link to watch […]
We are proud to support the NBC15 Madison Share Your Holidays Campaign each year to help fight hunger! Thank you Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin for all of your efforts year-round! #SYH
Congratulations to Erin Starks who recently completed her Digital Marketing Professional certification. “I found this dual certification through the Digital Marketing Institute and the American Marketing Association to be both challenging and rewarding. I learned so much and look forward to enhancing KL initiatives.” ~Erin Starks
Lynda, Kyle, and Samantha enjoyed the 2022 APWA Fall Conference last week and connected with 3 of our newly hired staff who will start at KL upon graduating from UW-Platteville! We are looking forward to Jason, Morgan, and Taylor joining us!
With creative financing, the $28 million North Fish Hatchery Road (NFHR) project was built without raising levy limits. The City of Fitchburg accessed a Tax Incremental District (TID) to partially fund the project. The project created two new streets and intersections at Traceway Drive (top photo) and Ochalla Drive. Four new developments came to the […]
We’ve enjoyed having Ruben Zavala on our Germantown Construction Crew this summer and fall as a CO-OP Intern. You’ve been a great asset to the team! Wishing you the best in your final year of studies at UW-Milwaukee!
This 1.5-mile gateway corridor to the City of Fitchburg required the replacement of 2,000 feet of deteriorating retaining walls. Architectural details and decorative safety rails were incorporated to improve grades, drainage, safety, and provided aesthetic continuity throughout the corridor. Today, the pedestrian and bicycle bridge over Nine Springs Creek allows for safe passage for the […]