KCW attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the Square at Merritt Mill, a mixed-income apartment community comprised of eight three-story buildings. As Pennrose describes, the community will feature “75 one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes in eight, three-story apartment buildings with individual… Read More
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At KCW, we believe developing long-term client and vendor relationships is the cornerstone of our company’s longevity and success. We are proud that in nearly 40 years’ of business we have maintained multi-decadal relationships with many of our clients, including… Read More
A journey of determination & diligence from KCW Employee Ahmed Ahmed’s story at KCW is one of dedication, determination and the exemplification of hard work.
KCW hosted a company-wide safety day during National Safety Month On June 8, 2018 KCW hosted a company-wide Safety Day, an interactive event filled with five safety stations including field crew demonstrations, driving education, ergonomics and a fire drill.
KCW CFO Melissa Walker receives the 2018 Trailblazer in Financial Services Award. “One who blazes a trail to guide others; a pathfinder.” According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, this defines a Trailblazer – according to KCW, this defines our Executive Vice… Read More
Earlier this spring, KCW partnered with Severna Park High School (SPHS) to host 12 students from the Women in Engineering club as they shadowed engineers for a day.
KCW’s survey team shares projects they’re proud of including work with Towson Mechanical, Inc. & Prince George’s Community College. At KCW, we are proud of the projects we produce. Today, our survey team shares a few of their proudest feats…. Read More
KCW donated baskets in honor of a local life lost to raise awareness about domestic abuse & provide normalcy to families at the HRM shelter. When the idea to donate spring baskets to the House of Ruth Maryland (HRM) first… Read More
KCW reflects on engineering at MGM National Harbor in light of year anniversary
KCW engineer of 20 years continues to find value in his work. “Think. Design. Think again. Redesign,” said Mark, when asked to describe his work in five words.