Kleinfelder’s Ray Ferrara, who is also the editor of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Journal of Environmental Engineering, was interviewed by ASCE Publications about his role as editor. The interview provided a unique opportunity to showcase to the world Kleinfelder’s talent and commitment to the profession. (January 2017)
Kleinfelder’s Nathalie Beauvais, Robert Brandon, and Indrani Ghosh explain how comprehensive vulnerability and risk assessments are helping agencies formulate climate change preparedness plans. (June 2016)
After a near miss by Superstorm Sandy, Massport–the authority that governs the Massachusetts’s public airports and seaports–contacted Kleinfelder to prepare for an uncertain climatic future. Read more about this project in the July edition of Airport Improvement. (July 2015)
Kleinfelder’s substantial rise in the construction management and program management industry is getting attention! President and CEO Bill Siegel talked to the San Diego Union Tribune about what separates Kleinfelder from the competition. (June 2015)
As part of the Miramar Clearwells Improvement Project, the new disinfection system enhances water quality in San Diego. Kleinfelder’s Simon Wong, Larry VandeVenter, and Edward Matthews explain in the May/June edition of WorldWater. (June 2015)
Al Bisacky, Kleinfelder’s civil infrastructure service line director, explains how less-is-more design characteristics is helping reduce Hartford, Connecticut’s road congestion by 16,000 riders a day. (May 2015)
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