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  • Kleinfelder, along with our client University of California, Davis, was awarded ASCE Sacramento’s Geotechnical Investigation Project of the Year Award for the UC Davis Veterinary Medicine Health Sciences Facility Improvements Project.


    Veterinary Medicine Health Sciences Facility Improvements - Kleinfelder

    Kleinfelder provided geotechnical investigations and design reports for construction UC Davis' Veterinary Medicine Health Sciences Facility Improvement Project.

  • Kleinfelder is proud to be the recipient of ACEC California’s Honor Award for the Georgia Street Bridge Over University Avenue Rehabilitation and Seismic Retrofit Project.


    SAN DIEGO, California - On Thursday, February 7th, at ACEC California's 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet in San Francisco, CA, Kleinfelder was presented the Honor Award for the Georgia Street Bridge Over University Avenue Rehabilitation and Seismic Retrofit project for the City of San Diego.

  • Kleinfelder helps inspire the next generation of women engineers through TechTrek.


    SAN DIEGO, California - Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, celebrated on the third Thursday of February, focuses on the importance of encouraging interest in engineering among girls. In the U.S., about 20% of engineering students are women.

  • Nasser Brahim, Senior Climate Change Planner with Kleinfelder, talks about East Boston and Charlestown’s plans to protect neighborhoods from climate-related flooding. Kleinfelder is helping cities and towns to develop resiliency plans, starting with research to understand their most vulnerable areas and prioritize projects, both short-term and long-term.

    Boston plans to protect neighborhoods from climate-related flooding

    Relying on an expanding set of projections about the effects of climate change, Boston is rolling out plans to increase the resiliency of city neighborhoods and infrastructure. Last month, Mayor Martin Walsh announced a number of projects to protect Boston from rising sea levels, and the city rolled out new plans for the Seaport and...

  • Aspire, the concrete bridge magazine, highlights Kleinfelder in the article "Designing for the Real World." Featuring Jim Frost, Robert Torres, Keith Gazaway, and Wade Brown, the article discusses how Kleinfelder applies in-house expertise, including structural and bridge engineering, geotechnical, environmental, and construction management services, to ensure bridge designs meet every stakeholder's needs while offering efficient constructability.


    ASPIRE is a quarterly magazine published by PCI in cooperation with the associations of the National Concrete Bridge Council. The editorial content focuses on the latest technology and key issues in the Concrete Bridge Industry.

  • Stacie Steel, Kleinfelder Pavement Engineer, was published in Parking Today. Her article, Paving Your Way to Success, discusses the seven primary causes of asphalt distress and stresses the importance of having an assessment and maintenance plan for parking lots in order to preserve the property's aesthetics, ensure customer and tenant safety, and extend the service life of the pavement.

  • Staff from Kleinfelder’s Austin office kept it “Pfunky” at the Pflugerville Education Foundation’s annual gala, which benefits students of the Pflugerville Independent School District (ISD).

    Kleinfelder partners with Pflugerville ISD, providing geotechnical and materials testing services for district-wide projects. In addition to providing high quality services, what makes our partnership meaningful is our staff’s dedication to supporting the district through fundraising and volunteer efforts throughout the year, such as the annual gala. There is no doubt that every Pflugerville ISD project we support is a true labor of love!

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