Matt Kamenick from StormTrap joined us this week for an interesting educational session on StormTrap’s underground stormwater detention/retention systems – an underground wet pond combined with a live storage component to meet quality and quantity regulations. We also learned about sand filtration and infiltration designs, and how the StormTrap system can be installed in areas […]
Aaron Steger, PE, KL Engineering’s Vice President of Engineering Services and Business Development, and Yang Tao, PhD, PE, City of Madison Engineer, presented at the 12th National Access Management Conference at the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus. This annual event, held by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Academies, explores the relationship […]
We’re thrilled to have Clark Wantoch (Wisconsin Concrete Pipe Association), Woody Rigdon (American Concrete Pipe Association), Bill Gardner and Eric Hosig (both from County Materials Corporation) visiting KL Engineering today!
Two of our staff presented at the 2018 Traffic Engineering Workshop & Transportation Planning Forum for ITE Wisconsin yesterday. Here they are in action! Mike Scarmon discussed how changes in lighting technology led to an overhaul of statewide lighting standards. Aaron Steger discussed how new Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) technology can be incorporated into the design of […]
Brian Veit, PE and Joshua Mercier, PE represented KL Engineering at the 2018 Midwest University conference in Minnesota. They led a presentation entitled ‘Where the Surface becomes the Deliverable’ to participants from the AEC industry.
Kim M. Lobdell, KL Engineering’s Founder and President, is one of 17 women honored for their leadership with a 2018 Governor’s Trailblazer Award for Women in Business. The recipients represent 19 counties in Wisconsin in a wide range of industries. Governor Scott Walker will be hosting a reception in May for these women, recognizing the […]
KL Engineering’s Brian Veit spoke at the 2017 ACEC Civil 3D Users Group Workshop on October 19th in the Wisconsin Dells. Brian’s presentation, called ‘Ramping Into the Future’, demonstrated how to utilize Civil 3D to model a curb ramp that will meet ADA guidelines. Brian is the go-to resource at KL Engineering for Civil 3D, serving as the […]