Author Archives: KL Engineering

Taking Part in the EWeek Festivities

Kim Lobdell, KL Engineering’s President and Chair of ACEC Wisconsin, had the honor of kicking off Legislative Day 2020 – the largest advocacy event of the year – near the State Capitol in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Meanwhile a few hours away, Scott Cramer and Aaron Steger, KL’s COO and VP of Business Development, attended the […]

A Salute to WisDOT

KL Engineering would like to acknowledge the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) for a proactive and sustainable project that is saving energy and taxpayer money. WisDOT, in partnership with KL Engineering, developed a unique statewide roadway lighting retrofit implementation plan that will save not only significant energy for the state, but also more than a […]

ACEC State Finalist Award Winner

We are proud to announce that KL Engineering received an ACEC 2020 State Finalist Award for the Wisconsin Statewide LED Retrofit Implementation Plan we completed for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). The plan proposes to increase LED lighting from 24% to 75% of WisDOT lighting across the state of Wisconsin. By upgrading approximately 16,000 […]

Ryan Sirek – 10 Years at KL

We celebrate Ryan Sirek on his 10-year anniversary at KL Engineering! Ryan is a Project Engineer on our Construction Team in our Menomonie office. He has 14 years of industry experience in construction observation, highway construction, and bridge rehabilitation. We’re glad you’re a part of our KL Family!

Welcome Fatima Essaidi!

Fatima Essaidi joins our KL Family! She is a new Staff Engineer in our Madison office. Fatima first earned a degree in Mathematics/Information Technology, then became a Certified CAD Drafter/Cost Estimator while living in Morocco, before relocating to the United States and continuing her studies. Last December, she graduated from the Missouri University of Science […]

2020 Diversity Fair

Scott Cramer and Karin Cretney, KL Engineering’s COO and HR Specialist, represented the firm at University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Diversity Spring Welcome event last Thursday. The event was also hosted by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the National Society of Black Engineers, and the Society of Women Engineers to engage aspiring engineers.