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Andrew Serna - Employee Spotlight


Before college, Andrew Serna had the mindset of becoming a structural engineer. However, upon discovering the land development world, Andrew grew a greater appreciation for civil engineering. As a result, Andrew graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2021. While finishing his degree, he first heard about KFW from a school friend who had nothing but great things to say. As a fresh engineer, Andrew enjoys soaking up as much information as possible throughout his journey.

Why did you choose civil engineering?

I always excelled in math and science growing up, and it wasn’t until I took a few engineering classes in high school when I realized it’s what I wanted to do in my future.

What do you like most about civil engineering?

Although I haven’t experienced it yet, being able to see a project come to life and knowing I’ll have taken part in it makes me feel exhilarated.

What are your hobbies outside of work?

I’m a huge basketball fan, whether it’s watching, playing, or just chatting about it. Apart from that, I also enjoy watching horror movies, watching football, and spending time with family and friends.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“If you ain’t first, you’re last” – Ricky Bobby

If you were not an engineer, what would you be doing?

I prefer to work with numbers, and working with sports would be a thrill, so possibly a Sports Data Analyst.

Position: EIT
Years at KFW: 5 Months
Favorite part about working at KFW: Friendly/helpful environment

Andrew's co-workers at KFW said the following:

“Andrew comes in every day with a great attitude and helps the team in any way possible. He is always eager to learn more and is proactive in taking on more responsibility. He quietly makes the team so much better and leads by example. ”

More about Andrew

Outside of work, Andrew enjoys spending time with friends and family whether it’s taking a road trip, playing board games, watching movies, or even participating in a penguin interaction.

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