THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY PROJECT
Last month, CRB invited six members of the KPW team to participate in the Chocolate Factory program at Skyline Elementary School in Daly City. The project encourages kids to think about careers in math and science in fun and creative ways by building Chocolate Factories. They take into account all aspects of building working factories, such as, plumbing, electrical components, transportation, and structural elements. We all had a great time and can’t wait for next year’s event!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEW ASSOCIATE
Lynn Deutschbauer has been promoted to Associate! Lynn joined the firm in 2013. Our clients note their appreciation for her leadership, management, and elegant structural solutions to complex engineering problems. She manages a variety of project types throughout California, and is currently working on several Life Science projects in Berkeley and Emeryville. Congratulations Lynn!
MEET OUR LATEST PROMOTION
Steven Passaglia has been promoted to the management level of Operations Director. Steven joined KPW in 2008. Over the years, Steven has developed into KPW’s lead IT Director, oversees much of the firm's operations, and is a crucial player in our Marketing efforts. Congratulations Steven!
KPW CELEBRATES OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY
In July 2007, KPW officially opened its door for business. Ten years later, our company is thriving and has grown from a team of five to thirty. In honor of our ten year anniversary, we celebrated with a day of wine and food tasting at Kenwood's Kunde Winery.
See pictures of the event here.
SAN FRANCISCO $40M RESIDENTIAL PROJECT FEATURED ON CURBED
Curbed.com and SFGate.com are featuring one of KPW's residential projects! We were honored to work on this beautiful San Francisco home back in 2012 along, the magnificent, Billionaire's Row. The owners are currently seeking $40 million, making it the most expensive home for sale in San Francisco.
Check out the full article here.
EARTH DAY 2017
KPW was a proud sponsor of TEECOM's annual Earth Day 2017 event. This year's project brought 85 volunteers together to plant 23 trees on Broadway, in Downtown Oakland. Local companies volunteered to help local non-profit, Urban Releaf.
Check out the full project here.