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.
For the second year in a row, Kleinschmidt Associates is one of the Best Places to Work (BPTW) in South Carolina.
By Rebecca Smith of The Wall Street Journal, July 22, 2016
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...
Kleinschmidt vice president Alan Haberstock presented the PRRT with a salmon painting to commemorate this important milestone in the history of Maine’s largest watershed.
The Menominee Fish Lift System for Lake Sturgeon Passage is the first fish lift for lake sturgeon in the United States and the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) recently awarded Kleinschmidt Associates’ Fish Passage Design Team an Honors Award for the project. The award was presented at the ACEC Engineering Excellence Award...
A group from the nature conservancy is working on a project designed to ensure the long term health of the Penobscot River, as well as it's inhabitants - Brandon Kulik (July, 2009)
Kleinschmidt Associates recently announced the opening of its office in Peterborough, Ontario. Kleinschmidt has been doing business in Canada as Kleinschmidt Associates Canada, Inc., since 2014 and has provided consulting services in the region since 1985. The new office is located on 360 George Street North, Unit 407, in Peterborough, Ontario.
Kleinschmidt Associates has been recognized by the Maine Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) with its top prize for the second time in four years. Kleinschmidt won the ACEC Grand Conceptor Award for the Menominee Fish Lift System for Lake Sturgeon Passage at the Maine ACEC Fall Conference in Portland on November 4, 2015.
This innovative and efficient solution produced an effective means of upstream passage for sturgeon for less than half the cost of traditional lake sturgeon passage designs, minimized disruption of hydropower generation, and exceeded goals set by state and federal agencies for fish passage during the spring migration.