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.
We’re pleased to announce we’ve joined Colliers Engineering and Design, a privately held company, headquartered in Red Bank, New Jersey, with a network of 63 offices throughout the United States bringing over 37 years of experience.
Today, there are about 62,000 engineers who currently hold a PE license in Texas. You may find yourself knowing an electrical, mechanical, chemical, or, the most concrete field, a civil engineer. At KFW's civil land development firm, our Commercial, Residential, and Public Infrastructure departments consist of Interns, Engineers in Training (EITs), and Professional Engineers (PEs). Here we highlight our commercial department and provide insight into what a Professional Engineer's day consists of.
Self-referred to as a "Navy Brat", Megan Smith grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast then journeyed to Amarillo, TX where she stayed for the next ten years. Although loving her home, Megan her finance, Beaux, and 13-year-old daughter, Meredith, moved to San Antonio. Megan started with KFW in 2020 as the receptionist and has since exemplified her dedication to the company. She now works in KFW's Human Resources Department and hopes to stay with KFW indefinitely while she resides in her new "forever home".
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.