Entries by U.S. Engineering Company

Rocky Mountain Region celebrates safety milestone

It’s natural to have a heightened awareness of safety after a workplace accident; safety becomes top of mind for everyone. But what’s the secret to our Rocky Mountain Region’s achievement of logging over 3.7 million hours without a lost workday incident? Our answer: We maintain an unyielding focus on safety even when things are going […]

Construction kicks off at U.S. Engineering’s new Rocky Mountain Region headquarters

WESTMINSTER, Colo. – U.S. Engineering Company recently received permits to begin construction at the company’s new Rocky Mountain headquarters with relocation to the new facility scheduled for September of this year. The project will convert an existing warehouse near 120th Ave. and Pecos St. to 28,000 square feet of office space while maintaining 7,000 square […]

U.S. Engineering’s 3D field work for Joplin hospital featured in Plumbing & Mechanical magazine

Plumbing & Mechanical magazine’s recent article about collaboration with 3D technology included an example of U.S. Engineering’s work during the Mercy Hospital Joplin project. U.S. Engineering used 3D field layout tools to assist with the execution of the project. An excerpt from the article (read the full article here): Using 3D models, U.S. Engineering completed […]

The University of Kansas Hospital features company in Good Medicine newsletter

The University of Kansas Hospital highlighted U.S. Engineering in the latest edition of Good Medicine, the hospital’s newsletter. In the article, U.S. Engineering CEO Tyler Nottberg discusses the relationship between the two organizations and why U.S. Engineering feels so strongly about supporting the hospital. Nottberg serves on the endowment board for The University of Kansas […]

KC EZ project in the news again during Discover Engineers Week

As part of Discover Engineers Week, the Kansas City Business Journal included a 12-page supplement to its February 20 edition focusing on the engineering profession. The feature story written by Laura Loyacono of the KC STEM Alliance highlighted the recently opened KC Engineering Zone, or KC EZ. That program is designed to be a space to create and innovate for […]