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New Braunfels Office Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening Ceremony

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony last week marked the official opening of our New Braunfels office, KFW's second location. We are thankful for the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, our Clients, Friends, & Family for joining us to celebrate.


     KFW's vision for this new location is to capture the influx of development along the IH-35 and State Highway-46 corridors. The City of New Braunfels is the best location for this office because of its central location and outstanding community. Our intentions in moving north were to broaden our Client base, make new connections, and provide the absolute best customer service to our current & future Clients in these markets.


     KFW leadership is attracted to the close-knit community of New Braunfels and the surrounding areas. Our employees are fired up to get involved in local philanthropy and volunteerism. We didn't waste any time getting active in local chambers, organizations and advisory boards supporting several communities and events. George Weron, Managing Partner, is now on the advisory board for the Greater New Braunfels Economic Development Foundation. Project Managers Bryan Heiner and Nick Reynolds are New Braunfels Jaycee members, and Daniel Santoni, a newly hired CAD Designer, has recently been appointed to the City of New Braunfels Transportation and Traffic Advisory Board.

We look forward to their continued involvement.


     Hiring local employees in combination with the inclusive company culture of KFW will be our key to success - and we are hiring! If you or someone you know is interested, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. We are excited to also have expanded the KFW Intern Mentorship Program to this new office, keeping two Interns busy during the week.


The KFW team is looking forward to building lasting relationships by bringing our "client first" attitude to the greater New Braunfels area.