Entries by U.S. Engineering Company

Tom Poeling shows KCAHE how to reduce costs

Tom Poeling, director of energy solutions, spoke at the September membership meeting for the Kansas City Area Healthcare Engineers (KCAHE). Tom, representing U.S. Engineering Company’s Energy Solutions group, described how he and his group saved thousands of dollars for a local hospital by benchmarking, implementing small changes and using good data to verify the results. […]

U.S. Engineering volunteers at Gordon Parks Elementary

U.S. Engineering volunteers spent a beautiful Saturday morning at a neighborhood elementary school, helping with general maintenance and clean up. Gordon Parks provides urban-core children a safe individualized education. We are proud to help support the good they are doing in our community. The most touching part was that we each received hand written thank […]

U.S. Engineering improves EMR rating to 0.50

U.S. Engineering recently learned that our new EMR safety rating is 0.50, historically one of the best ratings U.S. Engineering has received. The baseline rating is 1.0, and good companies aim to be below that number. Each year, we work during the summer with our insurance partners to renew our insurance coverage. As part of this review, we receive a […]

U.S. Engineering ​Receives 2016 Inspiration Award

U.S. Engineering recently presented the money raised at our Rocky Mountain Division Charity Golf Tournament to There with Care. U.S. Engineering representatives brought in lunch and toured their Denver office. While we were there, There With Care presented us with the 2016 Inspiration Award. Jennifer Purdum, Development Director for There With Care had the following kind words: […]

Midwest Region hits 1-million-hour milestone

During the Midwest Region’s monthly safety meeting on May 24, Safety Director Mike Zykan announced that the region had officially crossed 1 million hours worked without a lost-time incident. The ongoing streak is in its 17th month. In addition to Kansas City-area projects, regional work during this time period spanned from Manhattan, KS to Oklahoma.

U.S. Engineering checks in at 21 in Book of Giants 2016

U.S. Engineering Company once again is among the nation’s top 25 mechanical contractors, according to Contractor Magazine’s Book of Giants. In the magazine’s report published in May, the company is listed as the 21st largest mechanical contractor in the United States. Rankings are based on annual revenue. The company also checked in at No. 9 among piping contractors nationally. Access […]

Roanoke Park Clean-up Day

Saturday May 14th, U.S. Engineering volunteers joined Roanoke Park Conservancy members to help clean up the historic Roanoke Park across the street from our Kansas City Office.​ Braving the poison ivy, volunteers filled 3 city claw trucks full of brush and debris from the side of the road. A special thanks to our U.S. Engineering […]

Justin Apprill talks about construction in Kansas City in Thinking Bigger Business April issue

Justin Apprill, chief project development officer at U.S. Engineering Company, is quoted on his views of the commercial construction recovery in Kansas City in the April 2016 issue of Thinking Bigger Business magazine. In this article he talks about the increase in lodging and hotel projects as well as the fact that Kansas City in general enjoys a more stable […]

Tyler Nottberg named Power 100 2016

Tyler Nottberg was named one of the Power 100 this year by the Kansas City Business Journal. This is his second year to make the Power 100 list. He was named as such due to his leadership of U.S. Engineering, his dedication to community, and for his part in founding the Alliance for Childhood Education. The full […]