KCW engineers share their advice for the future generation of engineers in honor of Engineers Week 2020. Engineers Week was created by National Society of Professional Engineers & DiscoverE to help educate students about engineering, and highlight the impact and… Read More
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KCW celebrated the grand Opening of Square at Merritt Mill on Friday, February 7th in Salisbury, MD. Secretary of the Maryland Department of Housing and Development Kenneth Holt, Executive Director of the Wicomico County Housing Authority Don Bibb, Director of Baltimore HUD… Read More
KCW Engineering hosts Young Enterprising Women Mentorship Forum awarding $2,500 STEM Scholarship & KCW Shadow Days 35 high school STEM students, 5 trailblazing women in STEM industries, 4 recipients of a KCW Shadow Day and a $2,500 STEM scholarship sending… Read More
KCW hosts second annual Safety Day for their entire staff. June is National Safety Month. Our annual Safety Day is an event to strengthen our commitment to safety and emphasize the best practices to stay safe at work.
KCW’s Green Team makes small sustainable changes for a big environmental impact Happy Earth Day! This year’s Earth Day efforts are dedicated to protecting our species. KCW’s Green Team has recently focused on reducing plastic and paper waste to… Read More
KCW highlights surveying projects in Anne Arundel County in honor of National Surveyor’s Week With our offices in Glen Burnie, KCW is proud to work on projects throughout Anne Arundel County. Today, we’re highlighting three recent land surveying projects that KCW is providing… Read More
New opportunities for KCW upon certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise KCW Engineering Technologies, Inc. (KCW), a full-service, civil engineering and land surveying firm, received its certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) through Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)… Read More
KCW employees create green team to manage sustainable efforts.
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