In the article titled, ‘3D Scanning Offers a Path to Remote Asset Management,’ Mark discusses how 3D scanning can be used within the oil and gas industry to improve efficiencies, reduce risk, and cut costs. (June, 2020)
Partnering with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) SkillBridge program, Kleinfelder is giving service members a leg up in the job market and gaining valuable employees in the process. (May, 2020)
The second article in a three-part series covers methods and techniques for integrating sustainability during the planning, design, and construction of infrastructure projects. (April, 2020)
The publication highlights the important role Kleinfelder played as the prime design consultant for the development of the Lakeside Equestrian Facility – a 14-acre recreational park in eastern San Diego honoring the county’s history and celebrated western culture. (April, 2020)
Courtney Eaton, Environmental and Sustainability Engineer in our Boston office, teamed up with industry colleagues to develop a three-part series highlighting the need to incorporate sustainable thinking into infrastructure design. The first article of the series, On the Road to a Sustainable Infrastructure: Part 1 – Defining Our Responsibilities, was recently published in the Journal of the New England Water Environment Association.
Nancy is a Water Market Major Accounts Manager and was recognized for her contributions to Sacramento’s water resources, leadership positions within the AEC industry, and inspiring young engineers and scientists. Flip to Page 79 to see her well-deserved spotlight.
Mark Franklin, 3-D Reality Capture Lead in Kleinfelder’s Edmonton, Alberta office, was featured in the most recent publication of Construction Tech Review. In the article titled, “Customizing Modular Design with 3-D Reality Capture Scanning,” Mark explains how engineers use 3-D reality capture scanning to eliminate uncertainties during planning, design, and construction. By capturing data about every element of a building or site with scanning technology, engineers create detailed and highly accurate 3-D renderings of existing buildings or construction sites that can be used to manipulate elements of a design, optimally configure construction sites, and allow project teams to complete virtual run-throughs to make sure there are no surprises when it comes time to execute project work.
Robin Seidel, Climate Resiliency Architect, and Nasser Brahim, Sr. Climate Resiliency Planner, were featured in WIRED's article "Designing the Coastal City of the Future" and in the WIRED video "How to Design a Resilient City for the Future." Faced with the threat of flooding from rising sea levels and more frequent extreme storm events, Boston is implementing one of the most ambitious municipal resiliency plans in the United States: Climate Ready Boston. Upon launching the initiative, the City of Boston turned to architects, planners, and engineers, including Kleinfelder, to help prepare the city for the long-term impacts of climate change. (September, 2019)
The publication highlights the award winning Georgia Street Bridge project and discusses how Kleinfelder engineers squeezed a modern seismic design into the framework of a historic arch bridge. (May, 2019)