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Bill Siegel on Informed Infrastructure

Informed Infrastructure spoke with Kleinfelder’s President and CEO Bill Siegel about the company’s growth through the recession, the industry’s “mega merger” trends, and the need to address the United States’ aging infrastructure. (October 2014)

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Engineered Drought Deliverance

This article covers the way that the $1 billion Carlsbad Desalination Plant is helping pave the way for a sustainable, drought-resistant future in California. (October 2014)

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A Collective Vision Delivers Global Advantage

In this ENR special section, we highlight a few projects and ways that the Kleinfelder|Simon Wong Engineering connection is helping meet client needs with speed and innovation, particularly in the transportation and water markets. (June 2014)

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Rising Sea Levels Addressed at Informational Forum

A Massachusetts radio station caught up with Andre Martecchini, one of our climate change experts, after he attended a forum to help the community understand the impacts of rising sea levels to their coastal towns. (May 2014)

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Kleinfelder Professionals Promote Pop Quiz Preparation

In the Civil+Structural Engineer (formerly CE News) article, Joel G. Carson and Scott K. Beadleston discuss how client intimacy can be a key differentiator in the A/E Market so doing your homework, as in school, could lead to success. (May 2014)

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Kleinfelder Consolidates Offices at 1801 California in Downtown Denver

Kleinfelder was featured in the Denver Post for its office move to the downtown district. Employees from our Golden and Littleton offices will now be located there. (May 2014)

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Mentoring in the Workplace: Millennials Demand a New Approach

In the CENews article, Kleinfelder's mentor team discusses our approach to respond to this new demand to create formalized, individualized, and flexible programs that encourage the best and brightest young professionals to become part of the company. (March 2014)

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Site Specific: Save Time, Money and Stress with Site-Specific Assessments

In the article, Jeremy Newstead discusses ways of taking a project's tailored needs and applying them in a regulatory environment--a hot topic in a world with ever-increasing compliance standards alongside a growing demand for site-specific solutions.

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Risk Modeling Considerations for Low Hoop Stress Pipelines

In Pipeline & Gas Journal, Robert Fassett (Kleinfelder) and Michael Rosenfeld (Kiefner & Associates/Applus?RTD) discuss a recent study that determined reasoning behind low-stress ruptures in certain pipelines, and recommends assessment strategies with the aim of improving pipeline operations. (November 2013)

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Engineering a Response to Climate Change

Kleinfelder’s Lisa Dickson and Indrani Ghosh address their innovative climate change assessment and modeling program. (Published in BSCESNews, October 2013)

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