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At KFW, we believe strong internship programs are essential to the success of our business. From diving into AutoCAD Civil 3D, learning design, to filling hundreds of water balloons for our annual team building event (at KFW, we also believe every event should include enough water balloons to supply an army of engineers), our interns are constantly learning new things and contributing to our success.
Steven Krauskopf wins ENR's 2016 Top 20 Under 40, which recognizes the next generation of engineers, architects, and contractors that are leading the industry into the future. Steven Krauskopf is an innovative and charismatic leader who co-founded KFW in 2006 with George Weron and Craig Fletcher.
KFW Engineers & Surveying finished moving into its new multimillion-dollar headquarters this morning and now has something it didn't have in its former two offices: extra space.
Juan Rodriguez is a commercial development Project Manager with an insatiable appetite for learning and growth at KFW. Never satisfied with an 8-hour workday, Juan is often last to leave the office and first to arrive—we might as well buy him an office sleeping bag.
Rebecca Seiler is an administrative team member at KFW, as well as a talented artist, who has continually opened our eyes to the world of art and its link with the work of civil engineers. Rebecca is involved in events throughout San Antonio where she is often commissioned to paint, or she is found participating in events with a local art group—Death From A Brush. “With brushes in hand, we share our talents locally and encourage artists of every nature to come together as an artist community to spread the love of art,” said Rebecca.