Posts Tagged ‘Sweet 16’

16 Ways to Give Back

Posted on Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 by Peggy Amor
In Community, Culture, Helping Out, tagged in Tags: , , http://affinis.us/moving-kansas-city-forward-harvesters/

With Thanksgiving around the corner, many are wondering how they can give back. Whether it’s spending time at a local animal shelter or leading your child’s troop, there are a number of ways to help. At the beginning of the year, we challenged every co-worker to donate 16 hours of community service. Co-workers earned tickets […]

16 Things We Have Learned at Work

Posted on Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 by Peggy Amor
In Culture, tagged in Tags: 16 things learned at work - affinis

Over the last several months, many new graduates have been settling into their first job. They’re figuring out how to use the copy machine and the names of their co-workers, but over the course of their careers, they will discover a lot. We asked 16 co-workers to share what they’ve learned since they started working. […]

16 Ways We Think Civil Engineering Will Change

Posted on Wednesday, August 16th, 2017 by Peggy Amor
In Stormwater, Sustainability, Transportation Engineering, tagged in Tags: http://affinis.us/16-ways-think-civil-engineering-will-change/

Since we opened our doors in 2001, many things have changed within our profession. Technology, a focus on sustainability, and increased pressure on funds have all been at the forefront. Lately, we’ve been thinking about what’s ahead for our business, so today, we’re sharing how we think civil engineering could change in the future. Linda: […]

16 Ways Affnis Has Changed Since 2001

Posted on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 by Peggy Amor
In Culture, tagged in Tags: office ribbon cutting

Over the last 16 years, the business world has changed in some significant ways. We asked five, co-workers who’ve been with us since the beginning to share their thoughts on the topic. Find out how Affinis has evolved below: 1. Jason Davis: We have refined our mission. When we started, we had a great mission […]