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Doing the Right Thing for Our Communities – Christopher Morris, PLS

The Kleingers Group’s own Shelby County Kentucky Surveyor and regionally infamous “sharp-dressed-man,” Christopher Morris, PLS, recently met with Kentucky Speaker of the House David Osborne in his Frankfort office. As part of the “Home Builders Association of Kentucky Day at the Capitol,” Morris found it especially important to support the HBAK Workforce Development policy enabling students to use KEES funds for various educational and training programs in the skilled trades.

KEES Funds are slated for Kentucky Workforce Development. The HBAK policy would allow their application by Kentucky residents toward both registered skilled trade apprenticeship programs and degree-based coursework. These could include land surveying certificate programs, bachelor’s level degrees in civil engineering, and registered apprenticeship programs as an electrician, ironworker, carpenter and more.

Morris says, “No civil engineering or construction project can reach its full potential without the applied knowledge, skill, talent, and wisdom of both college graduates and experienced, skilled tradesmen. With this policy, more Kentucky graduates can get KEES funds to pursue the path they’re passionate about – whether it’s in the skilled trades or in college – it’s up to them. That’s great for every project – in every Kentucky community.”

The Kleingers Group and its talented teams recognize the need for a strong and skilled workforce throughout our AEC sector. It is critical to support both university and skilled trade educational programs. For more information on Kentucky’s KEES Fundin

Program, click here.

Kleingers Donates $10K to Middie Way Baseball as ‘Way to Give Back’

On Tuesday afternoon, The Kleingers Group, a civil engineering company based in West Chester, Ohio, presented Kyle Schwarber, 28, a 2011 Middletown High School graduate and MLB free agent, a $10,000 check to assist the grass-roots organization, Middie Way Baseball.

The check was presented by Tim Casto, CEO, and president of Kleingers Group. “This is our way to give back to the community,” Founder Jim Kleingers said during a phone interview while attending a meeting in Louisville. “We have known Kyle since he was a kid. It’s a great story that he wants to come back and lend his name to youth baseball. This is worthwhile for us and our community.”

Read more about how Kleingers works to give back to the community of Middletown at Yahoo! News.

MLB Player Kyle Schwarber, Kleingers COO Steve Korte, and Kleingers CEO Tim Casto

The Kleingers Group 4th Annual Golf Outing

The Kleingers Group invites golfers of all skill levels to enjoy 18 holes at the beautiful Hickory Hills Golf Club to compete for fun prizes. All proceeds from the outing will benefit Pelotonia. Founded in 2008, Pelotonia funds innovative cancer research through a three-day experience that includes a weekend of cycling, entertainment, and volunteerism. Over the past 13 years, Pelotonia has raised more than $217 million for cancer research.

There will be prizes for golfing challenges – Guess your shot, Closest to the Pin, Long Drive, and more – all awarded at the reception. Every participant will receive a special gift package.
The day includes green fees, golf cart, on-course refreshments and snacks, reception dinner, and a special gift package:
  • Foursome – $600.00
  • Twosome – $300.00
  • Individual Golfer – $150.00
  • Dinner Only – $50.00

Register Here

Columbus’s 20th Anniversary!

Happy 20th anniversary to our very first branch, the Columbus office! Thank you to all who have contributed to its success and for the hard work you have dedicated to make it a strong influence in the communities it serves. We are proud of your accomplishments and can’t wait to see what else is in store. Let’s cheers to the years to come.

Watch our anniversary video below: