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As industry groundbreakers and community leaders for over 125 years, U.S. Engineering always finds ways to innovate. To discover more about what's happening in our organization and the industry, browse our company updates and thought leadership.

 
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Interview: Tiffany Patrick, Executive Project Manager & Champion Steak Cook

Tiffany Patrick, Executive Project Manager at U.S. Engineering Innovations, recently flexed her management prowess in another arena: meats. She brought home not one, but TWO medals in the 2020 Grill Your ACE Off steak competition ...

Sep 25, 2020
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Rebecca David Named Chief People Officer

U.S. Engineering announces the promotion of Rebecca David to Chief People Officer of U.S. Engineering Company Holdings, effective immediately.   Joining the company in 2007, David successfully built the Human Resources program at U.S. Engineering from the ground up. She quickly built relationships throughout the organization and ...

Sep 24, 2020
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Breathe easy? Our Flint Hills Service team talks building indoor air quality.

How can we improve air quality in office buildings and other public gathering spaces? Fresh air, filters, disinfection and preventative maintenance.

Sep 24, 2020
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U.S. Engineering Ranks as a 2020 Top Midwest Specialty Contractor

U.S. Engineering ranks #6 on this year’s ENR Midwest 2020 Top Specialty Contractors list. That’s a jump from #14 the previous year. The list, covering work completed in 2019, highlights 48 specialty contractors across 11 ...

Sep 16, 2020
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Interview: Thomas Kepka, Director of Marketing & Living Organ Donor

Recently we found out that one of our U.S. Engineering teammates, Thomas Kepka, Director of Marketing, was giving one of his kidneys to a friend. That’s kind of a big deal. Organ donation is something ...

Sep 10, 2020
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Classroom Air Quality & Maintenance Work for Denver Schools

Our mechanical construction and service teams worked in 190 Schools on the Front Range this summer. Here’s how.

Sep 04, 2020
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It’s Complicated: Four Steps to Building a Resilient Supply Chain

A strong supply chain not only reduces chaos in times of crisis, but it also produces efficiencies that save organizations time and money.

Aug 17, 2020
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2020 Intern Service Projects

Every year interns in our Rocky Mountain and Midwest regions participate in a service project. These projects highlight our commitment to people—as we build better facilities, we also want to build better communities. This year ...

Aug 13, 2020
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K-Malt, a U.S. Engineering Innovations subsidiary, helps revive a historic brewery in New Orleans

The K-Malt team recently flexed their range on a complex project in New Orleans. At the beginning of this year they designed and provided the grain handling systems for a 113-year-old brewery formerly known as ...

Jul 24, 2020
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Sarabeth Gandara, Preconstruction Engineer, featured in MCAA video series

U.S. Engineering Construction Preconstruction Engineer Sarabeth Gandara was featured in a segment of MCAA’s Great Futures Beyond the Classroom video series. In the video Gandara reflects on her experiences with MCAA and how the mechanical contracting industry ...

Jul 24, 2020
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U.S. Engineering Again Joins the Ranks of the Top 150 Private Businesses in KC

U.S. Engineering ranked number 26 on this year’s Kansas City Business Journal “Largest Private Companies” list. Based on companies’ previous year’s revenue, the list includes privately owned businesses located in the Kansas City Metro area. ...

Jun 30, 2020
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