In the news... 

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

Kleinschmidt Board Unanimously Appoints Jon Christensen as New CEO

New fish ladder coming to Opal Springs

By Stephen Hamway of the Bulletin: A $10.7 million project is coming to the Crooked River, designed to help the region’s salmon and steelhead populations traverse the river more effectively.

Niagara River's islands are teeming with life again

By T.J. Pignataro of The Buffalo News; Not long ago, bald eagles in Buffalo only appeared on postage stamps, and the blue heron was just a popular music festival...

Kleinschmidt Announces Leadership Reorganization

Kleinschmidt Associates recently announced that it is reorganizing the leadership structure of its energy, water, and environmental business to enhance the client experience and be more effective in new markets.

U.S. Dams Professional Society Joins Forces with The Nature Conservancy

PRWEB reports that the USSD and The Nature Conservancy will collaborate on joint interest to ensure dam safety.

Kleinschmidt’s Focused High-Priority Spillway Inspections

Kleinschmidt is helping clients with focused spillway inspections and assessments for dams with high- and significant-hazard potential and similar spillways.

Kleinschmidt to Lead Permitting Activities for Whitewater Recreation Project

The town of Skowhegan, Maine, announced that its Run of River Recreation Project on the Kennebec River will begin the permitting process for a whitewater recreation area.

Kleinschmidt Announces Strategic Alliance to Expand Oil and Natural Gas Services

Kleinschmidt Associates is strengthening its natural gas and oil infrastructure and environmental services offerings by forming a strategic alliance with Tom Russo of Russo on Energy, LLC.

Glen DeWillie Joins Kleinschmidt

Kleinschmidt Associates announced the appointment of Glen R. DeWillie as Senior Manager of Developing Markets effective May 15, 2017.

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.