KLJ Wins NDSPE Awards

March 2nd, 2015

The North Dakota Society of Professional Engineers (NDSPE) has recognized two KLJ aviation projects in their annual chapter awards program. The Mandan Municipal Airport Runway 13-31 Reconstruction project was awarded Project of the Year by NDSPE Chapter Three and the Minot International Airport Terminal and Apron was awarded Outstanding Design by NDSPE Chapter Four (F-M Engineers Club). The NDSPE Chapter Three Project of the Year award recognizes a firm’s project that has applied innovative engineering or application of existing technologies, provided a benefit to society and an exceptional design as well as satisfied the client with respect to project size, scope and schedule. The NDSPE Chapter Four Outstanding Design award recognizes a firm’s project that has employed innovative or state of the art engineering practices to develop a unique project with an extraordinary design.   Learn More


KLJ Opens Second Office in Florida

February 23rd, 2015

KLJ is proud to announce that the company is expanding to Fort Myers, Florida. This is the firm’s second office in the state. The Fort Myers office will specialize in hydrogeology services and provide comprehensive water supply, water management and well water-system operations to the community and surrounding area. The office is located just off of College Parkway and US 41 at 12510 World Plaza Lane, Suite 1. The Fort Myers office brings the firm to 24 office locations in six states. The move exemplifies the company’s growth and goal toward becoming a national firm. “KLJ has evolved into an industry leader by excelling locally. Our office locations and local knowledge offer our clients a strategic advantage through understanding and knowing the communities in which we live and work and, we plan to provide the same quality service in Florida,” said Niles Hushka, KLJ’s CEO. As a leader in the industry the company will continue to provide unparalleled services to a variety of market sectors that sets the standard for quality and client satisfaction for local, regional and national infrastructure projects. Learn More


KLJ Selected as Oil and Gas Awards Finalist

January 16th, 2015

KLJ has been selected as an Engineering Company of the Year finalist for the annual Oil and Gas Awards. The awards recognize companies that have excelled in environmental stewardship, health and safety, efficiency, innovation and corporate responsibility. If selected to win, the award will further prove KLJ’s dedication to improving the health, safety and welfare of our communities. The third annual Oil and Gas Awards for the Rocky Mountain region will be presented in March following an Industry Summit. The summit will provide an opportunity for leading companies to network and share experiences on industry topics. Learn More


KLJ Wins Concrete Awards

January 6th, 2015

The North Dakota Ready Mix & Concrete Products Association (NDRM&CPA) has recognized two KLJ projects in their 2014 Gold Star Awards Program. The CHI St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center project has been selected as the Gold Star project in the Commercial Building Category, and the Empire Road and Willer Circle Paving has been selected as the Silver Star project in the Paved Concrete Category. NDRM&CPA recognizes projects in North Dakota for excellence in concrete and masonry design and construction. KLJ’s winning projects will receive an award and be featured in a special edition of the “Hard Facts Gold Star Awards” publication that is distributed throughout North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. Learn More


KLJ Recognized as a Top Place to Work

December 31st, 2014

The North Dakota Young Professionals Network (NDYP) has recognized KLJ as one of the top places to work for young professionals in North Dakota. KLJ was runner-up in the 2014 NDYP Best Place to Work Awards. The annual awards acknowledge businesses that provide an exceptional place to work through support of young professionals’ personal and professional development, competitive benefits, advancement opportunities and community involvement. With young professionals representing more than 60 percent of the company, the recognition is a testament to KLJ’s commitment to young professionals in both their personal and professional lives. This is the second consecutive year KLJ has been recognized as a NDYP Top Place to Work. Learn More


KLJ Wins Merit Award

December 18th, 2014

KLJ recently received a Merit Award for outstanding asphalt pavement performance. The Minnesota Department of Transportation presented the award in recognition of KLJ’s construction contributions at the Eveleth-Virginia Municipal Airport (EVM) in Eveleth, Minnesota. KLJ’s work with EVM included reconstructing the main runway, converting an existing runway to turf, constructing new taxiways and installing a new airfield lighting system. Learn More


Miller Named 40-Under-40

December 17th, 2014

Michelle Miller has been named 40-Under-40 by the Prairie Business magazine. Miller is recognized for her commitment to leadership and enhancing the community in which she lives and works. The award is presented to young professionals who serve as leaders within the community and inspire others to work towards their professional and personal goals. Miller began her career with KLJ in 2010 and currently serves as a recruiting manager where she leads recruiting strategies for KLJ Solutions and its subsidiaries. She earned both her master’s and bachelor’s degrees in business administration with a minor in management information systems and a concentration in finance from University of Mary. Learn More


KLJ Wins Engineering Excellence Award in Montana

November 12th, 2014

KLJ has been awarded a 2014 Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Montana (ACEC/MT) for their work on the Reserve Loop to US 93 segment of the Kalispell Bypass Project. The Kalispell Bypass will be a crucial link between Kalispell in western Montana and the rest of the state, the segment allows traffic to loop around the west side of Kalispell so travelers can reach their destinations without going through downtown traffic. It also connects travelers to north Kalispell’s growing commercial district while eliminating as much as 15 minutes of travel time. The segment created a wider, more functional intersection between US 93 and S-548 and alleviated the congestion in the busy area. The result is a safer route around Kalispell that connects to a growing commercial district. The Kalispell Bypass project is a 20 year effort by Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) to create a major north-south running US highway in western Montana. KLJ provided the design for roads, drainage, traffic signals, retaining walls and right-of-way services for the Reserve Loop to US 93 segment, which was completed in November 2013. KLJ assisted with environmental re-evaluations for the overall project and prepared plans, specs […] Learn More