Dedicated KLJ Surveyor Sites Retirement
KLJ Engineering LLC (KLJ) announces the upcoming retirement of long-standing employee Paul Lee.
Lee joined KLJ in 1999 and serves as a Principal Land Surveyor based in our Bismarck office. Over the past 24 years his dedication and contributions have undoubtedly left a lasting impact on our team and the clients he worked with and alongside. With more than 30 years of construction administration experience, Lee has been an invaluable asset, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to KLJ projects. Throughout his career, he successfully managed projects ranging from local street construction and maintenance to multi-million-dollar federal aid projects on the National Highway System and has expertly worked with numerous stakeholders and team members.
During his tenure at KLJ, Lee worked on a variety of challenging and significant projects including serving as the construction project manager on the Lewis & Clark Bridge Construction Administration project in Williston, ND, and the Spirit Lake Reservation’s Roads Acting as Dams (RAAD). He noted that working with the great people at KLJ is what made these projects particularly memorable.
Lee is known for providing excellent guidance to others, persistent diligence, and long-standing dedication along the way. He’s looking forward to resuming some of his many hobbies during retirement, especially classic car restoration. Lee's last day with KLJ is Friday, December 29. Congratulations Paul and we wish you a wonderful retirement!