Archive for January, 2020:

Moving Edgerton Forward

Posted on Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 by Peggy Amor
In Clients, Projects, Transportation Engineering, tagged in Edgerton Video

The City of Edgerton, Kansas is focused on moving their community forward through economic development. Over the years, they’ve done this through strategic partnerships and infrastructure investment. In 2018, Kubota, an international manufacturer, approached the city about expanding their warehouses. Based on the city’s projections, they knew the existing gravel roadways wouldn’t be sufficient. They […]

Brad Schleeter Recognized with Schmitty Award

Posted on Friday, January 24th, 2020 by Cindy Martens
In Culture, tagged in brad-kristen-700

Since 2003, we’ve honored outstanding co-workers who best model our firm’s core values with the Schmitty Award. We’re pleased to announce Brad Schleeter, PE, CFM, ENV SP, Senior Project Engineer, has received the award for 2019. To select a co-worker, the three previous recipients met and developed a list of nominees. Those names were given […]

Fort Riley Main Post Stormwater Study Ranks System Upgrades for Next 30 Years

Posted on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 by John Spell
In Federal Services, Stormwater, tagged in Tags: , , , fort riley stormwater study

Fort Riley’s Main Post was constructed in the early 1900’s. Given the age of the facilities, there were few maps, as-builts, or internal historical knowledge about the stormwater system. Fort Riley’s Directorate of Public Works (DPW) was addressing system problems, but wanted a comprehensive improvement plan that considered all of the Main Post’s needs and […]

Co-Worker News: 2 New Hires

Posted on Wednesday, January 8th, 2020 by Peggy Amor
In Culture, tagged in News_Jan_700

Today, we’d like to introduce to you to two new co-workers. Meet Matt Brenizer and Travis Sanders. Matt is a professional land surveyor, and Travis is a project representative. You can learn more about them by following these links: Matt and Travis . There, you’ll learn things like what they wanted to be growing up or […]