MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING and planning FOR YOUR COMMUNITY
Municipal engineering is the backbone of any community. From the roads that connect us, to parks we play on, the trails you walk, to the vibrant downtown where you shop, we have your planning and design needs covered. Whether you're improving your transportation network, revitalizing main street, promoting wellness through your park and trail system, or supporting public health by improving the community wastewater network, we work with you to tailor public works solutions for your project.
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To further your community goals, we will work closely with you to develop the best solutions for everything from your streetscapes and comprehensive plans to long-range infrastructure plans.
Local Staffing Roles
- City / County Engineer
- Certified Planner
- Floodplain Administrator
- Registered Land Surveyor
Community Planning Services
- Comprehensive Plans
- Capital Improvement Plans
- Long-Range Infrastructure Master Planning
- Ordinances and Regulations
- Funding / Grant Administration
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Our team of experts work with you to develop innovative infrastructure designs for everything from streets to water resources. We work to deliver infrastructure results that aid and enhance the quality of life in your community.
Our experienced land planners and landscape architects will work alongside you to create sustainable, lively solutions that amplify your city’s parks and neighborhoods.
- Master Planning
- Disc Golf
- Golf Courses
- Tennis and Basketball Courts
- Trail Systems
- Specialty Structures
Additional services you may need for your project:
Aviation | Cultural Resources | Environmental | Funding Resources | Land Development | Oil & Gas | Power | Right-of-Way | Structural | Survey | Telecommunications | Transportation | Water
Shiloh Sports Complex
In 2011, Shiloh hired KLJ to develop conceptual and preliminary site design for a new athletic complex and performing arts center to accommodate the gain in students.
Pembina County Drain
Flooding in the Pembina County region in northeastern North Dakota was incredibly detrimental to residents and infrastructure. Specifically, flooding caused damage to Pembina County Drain 47 and County Road 9. Drain 47 is vital because without it, County Road 9 could possibly flood and become unusable.
Revitalization of Crooked Crane Trail Exercise and Fitness Loop
KLJ developed a three-phased trail redevelopment project that encompassed the perimeter of Patterson Lake near Dickinson, ND.
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