2019 was full of notable events here at U.S. Engineering thanks to the dedication of our incredible team. As we look forward to 2020, it’s also important to take a look back. Here’s our Top 19 of 2019!
The Kansas City Business Journal (KCBJ) chose U.S. Engineering as a 2019 Champion of Business and inducted the company, as a three-time award recipient, into the Hall of Champions.
U.S. Engineering was named in the Denver Business Journal’s 2019 Best Places to Work list. The award recognizes companies in the Denver area that embody positive team culture and provide the best workplace environments.
The May issue of Ingram’s Magazine included the publication’s annual “Top 100 Privately Held Companies” list, and U.S. Engineering ranked 45th, a ten-spot jump from last year’s 55th.
In June, we hosted golf tournaments in each region. The hard work and dedication of U.S. Engineering’s team members and the support of generous sponsors resulted in over $96,000 raised for There With Care and The American Heart Association!
During the month of June, the U.S. Engineering Innovations team at the Clarksville, Tennessee, site came together to raise over $10,000 for the Clarksville Sexual Assault Center.
U.S. Engineering was recognized by Xcel Energy as an Energy Efficiency Partner for 2019. The award acknowledges commercial trade partners who complete the largest quantity of energy savings projects over a period of 12 months.
In July, we redesigned our website to better represent our company’s vision and direction. Just as each individual in the U.S. Engineering family approaches every building and service project with intention, we designed our new website with intention to reflect where we are currently as a company and where we’re headed.
U.S. Engineering has accomplished a lot in its 125+ year history, and it continues to reach new heights: this year U.S. Engineering landed at number 85 on Ingram’s 2019 Corporate 100 Report.
U.S. Engineering won awards this summer for two different projects: AT&T DirecTV Foxridge Expansion, HVAC Over $2M; and Church of the Resurrection, Skyline Recognition Award. The company received these honors during the Mechanical Contractors Association in Kansas City’s (MCAKC) Outstanding Mechanical Installation (OMI) Awards Ceremony.
U.S. Engineering was named an industry “giant” in Contractor Magazine’s 2019 “Book of Giants.”
Interns from the Rocky Mountain and Midwest regions spent National Intern Day serving others at the Boys & Girls Club in Kansas City and delivering donated backpacks filled with school supplies to Denver Public Schools.
Equipped with a portable Safety Hank, U.S. Engineering team members submitted photos of their summer adventures in hopes of winning the Flat Hank Contest. They took Flat Hank with them to 10 states, 4 countries, 30 cities and 2 continents!
Coming in at #11 on the list of “Top 50 Firms in Mechanical” and #56 on the list of “Top 600 Specialty Contractors,” the company is proud to be featured again in ENR’s 2019 cohort.
U.S. Engineering recently ranked 5th on the Kansas City Business Journal‘s list of the area’s largest family-owned businesses, by revenue. CEO Tyler Nottberg is the fifth-generation Nottberg to lead the company, serving as a project engineer, project manager and vice president before taking on the role of CEO.
U.S. Engineering’s Chairman & CEO, Tyler Nottberg, was named to Ingram’s 250—Ingram’s magazine’s annual list of the 250 most influential business leaders in Greater Kansas City—for the fourth year in a row.
U.S. Engineering Innovations Project Manager Isha Kassen was featured as one of 2019’s “Outstanding Women in Construction” by Construction Business Owner (CBO) Magazine.
U.S. Engineering CEO Tyler Nottberg received the 2019 Betsy Vander Velde Award at The Family Conservancy’s Blue Carpet Event in recognition of his work to improve the lives of at-risk children and families in Kansas City.
U.S. Engineering’s Midwest region brought Christmas to 100 local foster children – a company record!
In the month of December, our Rocky Mountain team held a food drive donating 5,763 lbs of food to There with Care and the Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley, sponsored four families through There With Care by delivering prepared Thanksgiving meals and donated all of the catered food from a canceled company event to Bridge House Community Table.