Narrow lanes, sudden stops & traffic pattern shifts present challenges for CMVs in work zones. Rear-end crashes in these areas are common. Never cut off a truck or bus. Always maintain space between your vehicle & the one in front of you. www.fmcsa.dot.gov/ourroads/tips-traveling-safely-work-zones #NWZAW #OurRoads
Stay safe in construction work zones by following these tips… Reduced speeds and sudden stops are common in work zones. Be sure to slow down and avoid distractions. Don’t allow anything to take your concentration away from the road. www.fmcsa.dot.gov/ourroads/tips-traveling-safely-work-zones #NWZAW #OurRoads
Congratulations to Eric Hoel who celebrates 10 years at KL Engineering today! He has been a valuable team member for both our Menomonie and Green Bay offices. We are grateful to have you!
Our KL crew is at the Minnesota Transportation Conference March 13th and 14th. Chris Ehlert, Ryan Schanhofer, Dan Ryan, and Jon Blomquist are staffing our booth. Dan Ryan is also leading a session on Mega Projects – A Wild Ride! on Thursday the 14th at 3:15. Thanks for representing us! #MNTC2019
KL Engineering was awarded the 2019 WisDOT Excellence in Highway Design Award for Best Structure by a Consultant at the 2019 ACEC Transportation Improvement Conference. The I-39/90 Rock River Bridge Project replaced the northbound and southbound I-39/90 bridges over the Rock River to meet current standards, while maintaining two lanes of traffic per direction on […]
KL Engineering’s Brian Veit presented at the 2019 Wisconsin Transportation Improvement Conference, held in Baraboo, WI. His session was entitled ‘Civil 3D Beyond the Designer’. He discussed the evolution of design software and Civil 3D’s capabilities and limitations. Participants gained a better understanding of Civil 3D workflows and how to use reviewer tools to reduce […]
KL Engineering’s Brad Domasky, Josh Wilber, and Scott Cramer visited Madison College’s Civil Engineering Technology Program to share insight on jobs in our field. The presentation was part of the Career Development class, led by Devon Vanden Heuvel. It was an enjoyable and memorable day for all involved. Thank you Devon and Madison College for […]
Kate Schlesinger led us through a Cultural Competence session at the KL Engineering Annual Meeting. She joins us from the University of Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional and Executive Development. Thank you, Kate!
Jeff Kraemer from Heartland Ecological Group spoke to us about recent updates to wetland regulations from the implementation of Act 183. Thank you, Jeff, for sharing your expertise with us!