We celebrate Mary Greuel on her 25-year anniversary at KL Engineering! She has been a key resource in providing quality reviews on all things traffic. Mary is passionate about producing quality plans that meet the unique needs of each client and ethically address the issues involved. Congratulations on this milestone!
Eric Andritsch joins our Infrastructure Services team today as a Senior Engineer I in our Germantown office! A UW-Platteville graduate, he brings 10 years of experience in the design of roadways, structures, and multi-use trails. Eric is a certified drone pilot and well versed in public involvement outreach. Welcome to the KL Family, Eric!
Join us in creating meaningful work at a close-knit firm and learn what #ABetterExperience is all about! We’re looking for an additional construction engineer in our Madison office. And we’ve added 2 summer construction internships in our Madison and Germantown offices. Check out these and other opportunities at https://klengineering.com/opportunities/.
We celebrate Paula Lindquist on her 30-year anniversary at KL Engineering! Paula was KL’s first employee and now serves as our Administrative Project Leader in the Operations department of our Madison headquarters. Paula loves the people and opportunities at KL, as she says: I am grateful for the opportunity I was given many years ago, […]
We celebrate Joshua Melby on his 10-year anniversary at KL Engineering! Joshua is a Senior Engineer I in our Infrastructure Services department and recently moved to our Menomonie office. He enjoys the fast-paced atmosphere of KL, where he gets to help different communities with their transportation challenges. We’re glad you’re a part of our KL […]
Congratulations to Shelby Hiltgen for passing her Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam! Shelby has been working with us as an intern since April, while she earns her Civil Engineering degree. We celebrate your accomplishment, Shelby!
Several of our KL staff enjoyed a Wisconsin ITS outing at the Mallards game last week. Here’s a great shot of Mike Scarmon with legendary WWE champion “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, known for using a 2×4 as a weapon and a “Hooo!” battle cry.