30 Years of Growth Leads to Further Expansion
The Kleingers Group announced that it has opened a Tampa/St. Pete, Florida office serving clients throughout West Central Florida. Recently joining forces with Leftcoast Surveyors, Inc., of St. Pete, the new Kleingers office will provide the full array of Kleingers’ integrated survey, engineering, and design services. Along with its TrueScan 3D laser scanning and reality capture division, this marks The Kleingers Group’s second Florida location.
Mike Guiler, owner of Leftcoast Surveyors, said of the opportunity, “I was looking for another company that shared our firm’s core values and work ethic, and once I started researching, The Kleingers Group became the ONLY choice. I launched this business over 20 years ago, and we’ve worked really hard and been quite successful, so I needed to be absolutely confident in who we joined.”
Leftcoast Surveyors, Inc. is a construction surveying company founded in 2000 out of St. Pete, Florida, with one location. Its teams of professional surveyors have the expertise and technology to handle their clients’ most challenging projects. Leftcoast teams are dedicated to accurate, timely, and cost-effective survey solutions. Providing boundary surveys, topographical mapping, construction staking and more, Leftcoast Surveyors pride themselves in client commitment and satisfaction, ensuring that each project’s unique needs and goals are met.
Unique, Integrated Projects Are Kleingers’ Specialty
Tim Casto, CEO of The Kleingers Group agrees, “This is an excellent opportunity for both The Kleingers Group and Leftcoast Surveyors. From the first time we spoke, it was apparent that Mike’s firm was a great fit for The Kleingers Group in both expertise and core values. With the Tampa/St. Pete market being so dynamic, we couldn’t be happier to welcome to Leftcoast Surveyors to the Kleingers family.”
About The Kleingers Group
The Kleingers Group is a premier civil engineering firm, providing a comprehensive and integrated range of land survey, civil engineering, transportation engineering, landscape architecture, 3D laser scan/reality capture, and sports facility design expertise. Our team of experts offer practical and time-tested solutions for various public and private clients, including institutional, corporate, government, healthcare, retail, and mixed-use markets. Diverse in expertise and geography, Kleingers’ teams apply their creativity and functionality to help build better communities. Founded in 1993, The Kleingers Group established core values resulting in a unique culture of integrity, respect, inclusion, diversity, growth, and fun. With nearly 200 employees in six Midwest and Southeastern U.S. office locations, Kleingers continues to grow through our renowned commitment to our clients’ and employees ongoing success. The Kleingers Group also proudly includes its divisions TrueScan3D.com and SportworksDesign.com. To see more about Leftcoast Surveyors, see leftcoastsurveyors.com.
30 Years of Growth Leads to Expansion
The Kleingers Group announced today that it has opened its first Northeastern Ohio office in Akron. Serving the Akron, Canton, and Cleveland Markets, the new location, Kleingers’ sixth, will offer an expansive array of integrated survey, engineering, and design services. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary Year in 2023 and a record 30% growth has led to two strategic new market entries and a move into significantly larger offices in its Columbus location.
Tim Casto, CEO of The Kleingers Group, says, “Northeastern Ohio has been part of our strategy for a while. When the opportunity presented itself, we were ready and made it happen. Some of our clients have offices throughout Ohio, and to provide their projects with the best service possible, our new Akron location made perfect sense. We’re thrilled to be part of the Akron community.”
Complex, Integrated Projects Are Kleingers’ Specialty
As recently as Mid-March, 2023, ODOT projected and summarized over $1.5 billion in NE Ohio road projects alone. Complex infrastructure, municipal, and commercial multi-use projects are a specialty of The Kleingers Group, where its uniquely integrated teams and state-of-the-art technology combine to make an ideal solution for architects, owners, and developers.
Nick McCullough, Market Leader, adds, “Akron and Northeast Ohio are dynamic construction markets, and The Kleingers Group’s comprehensive expertise and integrated services in civil engineering, survey, 3D laser/reality capture, landscape design, and more are ideal for the complex, ambitious projects planned for this region. The future here is bright, and we’re glad to be part of that.”
About The Kleingers Group
The Kleingers Group is a premier civil engineering firm, providing a comprehensive and integrated range of land survey, civil engineering, transportation engineering, landscape architecture, 3D laser scan/reality capture, and sports facility design expertise. Our team of experts offer practical and time-tested solutions for various public and private clients, including institutional, corporate, government, healthcare, retail, and mixed-use markets. Diverse in expertise and geography, Kleingers’ teams apply their creativity and functionality to help build better communities. Founded in 1993, The Kleingers Group established core values resulting in a unique culture of integrity, respect, inclusion, diversity, growth, and fun. With nearly 200 employees in six Midwest and Southeastern U.S. office locations, Kleingers continues to grow through our renowned commitment to our clients’ and employees ongoing success. The Kleingers Group family includes its divisions TrueScan3D.com and SportworksDesign.com.
Tri-County Mall Redevelopment project has moved one step further. MarketSpace Capital and Park Harbor Capital announced the official closing of their purchase of Tri-County Mall, located in Springdale, OH. This important milestone signifies the transfer of ownership to the Texas-based co-developers and the beginning of a new era for one of Greater Cincinnati’s most recognized destinations.
“Today is a day many of us dreamed of but never thought would happen,” said Springdale Mayor Doyle Webster. “It’s the biggest project in the history of our city and one of the most ambitious undertakings our entire region has ever seen. It will bring jobs, inspire community, cultivate learning, and ignite growth. I could not be more excited that we are now officially on our way.”
The $1 billion Tri-County Mall Redevelopment project received unanimous approval from the Springdale City Council just ten weeks ago and is now set to begin construction later this year. The project will transform the largest – and mostly vacant – shopping mall in Greater Cincinnati into one of the largest mixed-use developments in the state. It will include new apartment communities, restaurants, retail and office spaces, educational facilities, entertainment, and recreational areas, a culinary center, and 15 acres of green space, including a dog-friendly restaurant with an accompanying park. The site will also be home to a 120,000 square foot STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) Institute serving Princeton School District.
Owners: MarketSpace Capital LLC and Park Harbor Capital LLC
Structural Engineer: THP
Civil and Traffic Engineering: Kleingers Group
Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineers: Heapy
Prime Architect: BHDP
Landscape Architect: Human nature
Lighting: TEC studios
Code Compliance: Preview Group
Acoustic Engineer: ADK
Read more about the project at Construction Review Online
Surrounded by elected officials, UofL Health leaders unveiled the rendering to a new $144 million project Thursday morning inside the Jackson Street outpatient center.
The project is a massive expansion at the downtown hospital.
Speaking to the crowd present, UofL Health CEO Tom Miller said, though the price tag for the project is $144 million, its impact will be priceless.
“Every day, for the last year, we have not been able to meet the need of our patients,” Miller said. “We never say no to anybody in need, but we’ve held 40 patients a day in our emergency room in our emergency unit. [Those are] Patients that are never getting a bed. We had to fix that.”
Photo Credit: University of Louisville