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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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U.S. Engineering Ranks Among the Oldest Local Businesses in Kansas City

Though our roots in mechanical work go back to 1855 in Cologne, Germany, the American company was established in 1893, when Gustav Nottberg and family moved to the United States.

Feb 08, 2023
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Adam Provost Named VP of Operations at U.S. Engineering Innovations

Adam Provost has been named Vice President of Operations at U.S. Engineering Innovations. Joining the U.S. Engineering team as an intern, Adam has been in the organization for 17 years.

Jan 24, 2023
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Isha-Mori Kassen Named One of “20 to Know”

Nov 18, 2022
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Commercial & Office
The Current, River North – 3615 Delgany

Denver, CO

 
K-12 Schools
Douglas County School District Renovations

Castle Rock, CO

 
K-12 Schools
Greeley West High School

Greeley, CO

 
K-12 Schools
Denver Public Schools Mechanical Prime Cooling Enhancements

Denver, CO

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Podcast: U.S. Engineering’s Sarabeth Gandara on Volunteering for Junior Achievement

In December 2022, U.S. Engineering team members volunteered with Junior Achievement to help motivate students for future career success. Junior Achievement strives to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy through…

Jan 17, 2023
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Tyler & Leigh Nottberg Recognized for Their Passion to Help Youth Succeed

On November 10, CEO Tyler Nottberg and his wife Leigh, received the Robert B. Rogers Legacy Award during the Mentors Challenge banquet for High Aspirations. High Aspirations is a Kansas City organization focused on enriching the…

Nov 14, 2022
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