The Kleingers Group has long believed in the importance of building better communities.
While we hope that those values come through on every project we work on, there are some projects of which we are particularly proud.
For the last several years, The Kleingers Group has worked with Habitat for Humanity Greater Cincinnati to survey properties donated to the group.
Specifically, once an individual has donated a piece of property to Habitat, our surveyors have volunteered to complete boundary and topographic surveys of the property, ensuring property lines are correct and no conflicts exist with the property.
Habitat then uses the information to build a new home or rehabilitate an existing home.
“This is one thing we can do to help the overall community by giving back,” said Director of Surveying Dave Cox.
This past year, surveyors have spent time at homes in Lockland, but have previously surveyed throughout the Greater Cincinnati area.
In addition to the time spent surveying, our surveyors have also given to their communities in a multitude of other ways, helping others to learn about the profession.
Several of our surveyors have spent time helping Cub Scouts earn their Engineering badges by helping them learn about what engineers, architects, and surveyors do.
Recently, Matt Habedank worked with the St. Dominic cub scout pack 483, showing them how to measure property lines with the robotic total station.
Among other things, Matt said he let the kids guess how far they were away from the instrument.
Most of them have never even heard of surveying, Matt said, and learning about it can be eye-opening.
Other surveyors have volunteered their engineering knowledge throughout the world. Randy has spent time on construction projects in Guatemala, Ecuador, and Peru.
Regardless of how they choose to do it, The Kleingers Group is proud of our surveyors for helping to strengthen their communities and for sharing their knowledge and talents.