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.
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KCW celebrates the completion of phase one for Wicomico County Housing Development. A 10-year investment from the Wicomico County Housing Authority, patience from the surrounding community, funds from both the private and public sectors and hard work from the development… Read More
Employee at KCW Engineering embodies the true meaning of her name in her everyday work. With a name that translates to “light,” Svetlana embraces its meaning to the fullest. She brings light and laughter to KCW daily, both figuratively and… Read More
We all know engineers do an important job that fuels our country’s infrastructure. It is engineers who are behind our country’s physical infrastructure, from roads to bridges to dams and waste management -as well as digital infrastructure, like the communications… Read More
“Technology is magic,” said Peter McDonnell, Vice President of Engineering for KCW, celebrating 30 years with the company. “You should want my job! That’s what I tell every candidate,” Peter McDonnell sits back, grinning like a kid with candy. McDonnell… Read More
How does one go from mapping archeological surveys to working full-time for KCW Engineering? Ben is a valued employee who holds an interesting story with our company. It did not take long for Ben to realize that his studies of… Read More
According to NSF statistics, women have recently been earning Bachelor degrees in similar rates to men in the fields of biosciences, social sciences, mathematics, and physical sciences. Men continue to outnumber women in the fields of computer science and engineering,… Read More