Kimley-Horn is proud to be recognized as one of FORTUNE's 100 Best Workplaces for Women. The survey asked more than 400,000 women around the U.S. about their employers' leadership, respectful and fair workplace interactions, benefits and development, and caring and personal support.
Kimley-Horn is excited to establish a permanent presence in Columbus, Ohio. Supported by the Midwest region and our Chicago offices, this office well positions us to serve our clients in Columbus and the Ohio market.
With the goal of improving veteran access to quality healthcare at the new VA Loma Linda Ambulatory Care Center, Kimley-Horn worked with our project team to achieve an environmentally friendly and patient-focused design that would create a therapeutic setting for patients, families, and staff.
The start of classes is only a couple weeks away for University of Wisconsin-Madison students. Our engineers and planners spent time on the university’s campus to evaluate traffic, parking, pedestrian/bicycle routes, and the school’s transit connections as part of the Campus Master Plan project team.
"Millennials are now the largest generation in the workforce, and training and retaining them has become essential for nearly every organization. Who’s doing it best? Fortune partner, Great Place to Work, surveyed tens of thousands of millennial employees at companies across the country to compile this list of young staffers’ favorite places to work." Kimley-Horn came in at #8.
Kimley-Horn was recently named ENR Texas & Louisiana’s Design Firm of the Year. Texas Regional Leader, Aaron Nathan, shares how our practice builder model, repeat clients, and over 3,600 Texas projects in 2016 led to this recognition.
Baltimore-based Oasis Design Group has joined the Kimley-Horn family. Founded in 2005 by Scott C. Scarfone, ASLA, PLA, Oasis is one of the top U.S. design firms specializing in botanic gardens, conservatories, and arboreta. The firm's diverse portfolio of work includes public gardens and parks, urban riverfronts, streetscapes, plazas, mixed-use developments, wineries, ecological preserves, and multifamily residential communities.
The team will be located in Kimley-Horn's fast-growing Baltimore office.
Kimley-Horn of New York has opened a full-service office in White Plains to better serve Tri-State area clients. The office offers site civil, transportation, environmental planning, and landscape architecture/land planning services. This is Kimley-Horn’s fifth location in the Northeast. Several projects are already underway with the White Plains team—including a one million square foot research and development campus in Greenburgh; a mix-used development in Harrison; and much more.