In the news... 

A few recent magazine, newspaper, video productions and media releases discussing the solutions we provide for our clients.

Kleinschmidt's support of UMaine's Windstorm Challenge

The University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center and Kleinschmidt Associates have announced a naming gift to support the Windstorm Challenge.

The Trump Effect on U.S. Hydropower

By Tom Russo and Kleinschmidt Principal, Kelly Schaeffer: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could play a lead role in increasing the number of hydropower projects licensed at its navigation and flood control dams.

Niagara River Restoration: 'It's like Jurassic Park there'

The Buffalo News; by T.J. Pignataro. Now it's a comeback story of the 21st century.

Planners Move Forward on Renovo Project

By Jim Runkle (The Express); Construction could start October 2017 on the proposed $800 million power plan project in Renovo, Pennsylvania

Kleinschmidt Recognized as Maine Best Places to Work 2016

Kleinschmidt Associates was recognized as one of the 2016 Best Places to Work (BPTW) in Maine and one of the top 15 medium-sized BPTW companies in Maine...

Penobscot River Restoration Project reaches the finish line

By James McCarthy, Mainebiz: Kleinschmidt Vice President of Ecological Services Alan Haberstock discusses the company’s involvement in Penobscot River Restoration Trust’s historic river restoration.

Kleinschmidt announces opening of Halifax office

Kleinschmidt Associates recently announced the opening of a new office in Nova Scotia. The new office is located at 76 Temple Terrace in Lower Sackville just outside Halifax.

Kleinschmidt recognized as a Best Place to Work in South Carolina

For the second year in a row, Kleinschmidt Associates is one of the Best Places to Work (BPTW) in South Carolina.

Pumped Up: Renewables Growth Revives Old Energy Storage Method

By Rebecca Smith of The Wall Street Journal, July 22, 2016

Leaders’ Statement on a North American Climate, Clean Energy, and Environment Partnership

Kleinschmidt is the Department of Energy's third-party contractor performing public scoping and developing the NEPA documents (draft and final EIS) for this transmission line, which is unique since the majority of it is buried underneath Lake Champlain...