Dean Long is now officially certified as an Engineer In Training! One step closer to becoming a Professional Engineer (PE) — Congrats!
Kaylee Simon had heard good things about KL Engineering. She’s glad she followed her gut when she learn about an opening in our firm two years ago. “Since this is my first job out of college, KL’s been really good about putting me on a variety of projects and tasks. The company really cares about […]
Cole Portman finished his second summer as a construction intern with us and returned to UW-Platteville to continue his studies. He was responsible for inspection, documentation, quantity computations, and surveying on our IH 94, USH 53, and USH 12 projects. Thanks for all of your hard work, Cole!
36% of our staff were hired right out of college. 61% of them have stayed with KL for more than 5 years. Think our employees enjoy #ABetterExperience? You do the math! Check out our upcoming career fair booths at UW Madison on 9/15 and Michigan Tech on 9/16. https://klengineering.com/opportunities/
Kailey DeVault was an inspector on the Fish Hatchery Road reconstruction project, during her summer internship with us. She was a huge help administering a variety of construction related tasks including various concrete pours, construction of modular block walls, GPS layout, and inspected environmental control features. Good luck this year at UW-Madison!
We are proud to continue our support of Kids Building Wisconsin! KL’s Jamie Dalheim assisted with the parking and shuttle route plan again this year. Hope you’ll check out this amazing (& free) event for kids to explore the construction industry! #KidsBuild21
Ben Ehlert has wrapped up his summer internship with us and is starting college at UW-Platteville. Thanks for completing around 300 traffic counts for us in Eau Claire County. Wishing you all the best at school!
When asked what he values most about working at KL, here’s what Travis Brush had to say: “I know there’s a lot of decisions they can make that are in the best interest for the company, but they really try to make decisions for the best interests of the employees and their families, which I […]