KLJ recognized as 2013 Employer of the Year by IRWA

April 21st, 2014

KLJ was selected as the 2013 Employer of the Year by the International Right of Way Association, Dakotas Chapter. The Chapter consists of companies in North Dakota, South Dakota and western Minnesota.  KLJ previously received the Dakota Chapter award in 2007. Learn More


KLJ Earns Occupational Safety Merit Award

February 13th, 2014

KLJ was recently awarded the Occupational Safety Merit Award from the North Dakota Safety Council (NDSC). The award is presented to companies displaying an incidence rate equal to or less than the national average in their North American industrial Classification System (NAICS) code, for 2013. The NDSC awards are designed to promote incident prevention by honoring companies with outstanding safety programs, employees with superior safety records and North Dakota citizens who have gone above and beyond to improve the safety and health environments in their communities. Each year, companies and individuals are nominated and award winners are recognized at the prestigious Annual Awards Banquet, held in conjunction with the Annual Safety and Health Conference. Learn More


KLJ Earns Construction Safety and Excellence Award

February 5th, 2014

KLJ has recently been awarded first place in the Associate Division for the Construction Safety and Excellence Awards by Associated General Contractors of North Dakota. The award recognizes construction companies who excel at safety performance. The Associated General Contractors of North Dakota closely examine each candidate’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control. First Place awards are given in four divisions to members that achieve incident rates significantly below their industry average.   Learn More


KLJ Encourages Students to Bring Concepts to Life with 3D Printers

January 28th, 2014

KLJ recently donated three second generation Cubify Cube 3D printers to Marketplace for Kids. “3D printers enable the students to design a three-dimensional product and watch their concept come to life,” said KLJ’s CEO Niles Hushka. A 3D printer is unlike common or traditional printers. To use a 3D printer a concept is designed in a Computer Aided Design CAD file. The file then prints on the 3D printer layer by layer to form a model of the designed object. “The 3D printers will encourage a fun and exciting learning environment and inspire skills needed to help our students build their prototypes and models for their inventions and or business ideas,” said Marilyn Kipp, Marketplace for Kids, executive director.   3D printing was  introduced many years ago, but has recently gained an abundance of interest around the world as the printers become more advanced and easier to use. “3D printing is a common practice in several industries, specifically in engineering. Our future as a company is dependent on our youth’s education, and donating a tool that exemplifies such innovation is one way KLJ could encourage youth to explore creativity and directly support our corporate initiatives and future goals as a company,” [...] Learn More


KLJ Opens Office in Casper, WY

January 20th, 2014

KLJ recently opened an office in Casper, WY. The office consists of 2,309 square feet and is located at 907 N Poplar Street, Suite 151. The Casper office is KLJ’s second office in Wyoming and brings  the company to 22 office locations within a five state region. Learn More


KLJ selected as a 2013 Best Place To Work runner-up by the North Dakota Young Professionals Network

January 2nd, 2014

KLJ has been selected as a 2013 Best Place To Work runner-up by the North Dakota Young Professionals Network (NDYP). The Best Place to Work awards began in 2008 to recognize businesses that provide exceptional environments for the state’s young professionals to build their personal and professional lives. The award reflects the creativity and innovation that dynamic North Dakota businesses can offer young employees. To be considered for the award, applicants were required to submit a detailed questionnaire about company benefits, advancement opportunities and why the business deserves to be recognized as an outstanding place for young North Dakotans to work. A statewide committee of NDYP members judged the nominees and determined the winner, as well as runners-up in the Best Place to Work category. Sundog, a marketing and technology firm based in Fargo, ND was named the 2013 Top Place to Work winner. Other firms recognized as a runner-up included: AE2S, Inc., Grand Forks; Applied Engineering, Inc., Bismarck; Capital Credit Union, Bismarck; Choice Financial Group, Grafton; Coventry Health, Bismarck; Eide Bailly, Fargo; North Dakota Department of Commerce, Bismarck; RealTruck, Inc., Jamestown and SIA Companies, Bismarck. For more information about North Dakota Young Professionals, please visit be www.ndyp.net.   Learn More


KLJ Opens Office in West Fargo

December 27th, 2013

KLJ recently opened an office in West Fargo, ND. The office consists of 6,300 square feet and is located at 728 Beaton Drive, Suite 101. “Opening an office in the city of West Fargo introduces KLJ to a new community and opens opportunity for new work and new client relationships,” said facilities director Sherry Kulish. KLJ will share the building with two tenants: High Point Networks and Titan Machinery. The West Fargo location brings KLJ to 21 office locations within a five state region. Learn More


KLJ to Conduct Energy Study

November 1st, 2013

KLJ will conduct a study regarding North Dakota’s energy industry and its impact on the state. Click on the link to learn more. http://bismarcktribune.com/bakken/legislative-committee-gives-study-to-klj/article_e01b5c2c-4272-11e3-b0ec-001a4bcf887a.html Learn More