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To ensure the bridge over Tarsney Lake’s primary spillway continues to function for nearby residents who rely on it as their only means of access, Jackson County hired surveying and engineering firm Shafer, Kline & Warren.
Shafer, Kline & Warren’s experience with traffic studies and transportation safety helped address the safety challenges at two Kansas City hospital campuses.
As a civil site engineer, Matt Kist knows his work is well done when it goes unnoticed, whereas Greg Pfau strives to make a space more memorable through its landscape architecture.
During Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Shafer, Kline & Warren CEO Ron Petering is focused on raising awareness of the risks of using cell phones and other devices while driving.
SKW kicked off the design phase of the $12 million Paseo Gateway transportation project to improve a high-crash intersection in Kansas City, Missouri.
SKW announced the hiring of John Huss, P.E. CDT, as senior project manager for development services in mid-Missouri.
As a senior project manager, Huss will design and manage multi-disciplined engineering projects and serve in a key business development role.
Renowned for engineering and land surveying services since 1950, Shafer, Kline & Warren (SKW) announced the hiring of Dan McGhee, P.E., as senior project manager for development services.
By considering access to electrical power, SKW’s surveyors were able to propose route changes to save a midstream company $100 million.
At SKW, Cheryl Bornheimer is applying her research and expertise to help improve transportation and safety for communities.
For stormwater engineer, Matt Eblen, the Oroville dam emergency begs the question – how was a problem in the spillway, which was detected years prior, not substantially addressed?