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Ashlee Davison - Employee Spotlight


KFW was one of the first places Ashlee applied to upon her graduation. Ashlee had interned at two other civil engineering firms, but when she came in to interview and tour the building, she was drawn in by the KFW people and the culture of KFW. She enjoyed how her interview questions were more about her personality and personal strengths. She recalls how her interviewer said, “I really think you’ll fit perfectly here!”

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Kristin Heggy - Employee Spotlight


Originally from Houston, Kristin was introduced to the industry and KFW through a temp-to-hire agency, as she moved to San Antonio in 2010 after 6 months of a long-distance relationship with her now husband. Before that, she worked in accounting for the insurance agency, Nationwide, for 6 years.

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Jeremy Garza - Employee Spotlight


Jeremy Garza has been exposed to the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry all of his life. His father, the owner of an irrigation and design company, introduced Jeremy to the world of AutoCAD at the age of sixteen. Inspired by his father's work ethic, Jeremy told his wife, Nancy, "I will work for an engineering company one day." With his manifestations coming to fruition, Jeremy has excelled in his role as a CAD Technician and is currently working to become a Designer.

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Alex Hernandez - Employee Spotlight


A San Antonio native, Alex Hernandez is a competitive runner, a self-proclaimed superhero fanatic, and an active member of the community. Alex ran 4 years at the University of the Incarnate Word, where he received his degree in Environmental Science before going to the University of Texas at San Antonio. Once he graduated from here, he had a KFW employee recommend him for the position. Currently, he resides in our commercial department as an Engineer in Training and is working towards receiving his Professional Engineer license.

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