Kimley-Horn Parks and Recreation experts, including our in-house certified playground safety inspector, design inclusive playgrounds to be safe and accessible to all.
How do you make a new master planned community feel historic? At Wellen Park in Sarasota, FL, our landscape architects and planners are facilitating the relocation of 26 Heritage Oak trees and anchoring them to key amenity spaces.
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) held breakout Q and A sessions for college women in STEM at a recent gala at UCF. Hear career advice from one of Kimley-Horn’s recent college graduates.
Kimley-Horn’s Iván Gonzalez volunteered to serve on the jury for a transit seating and shelter furniture design competition and used his planning knowledge and industry expertise to help select the most functional design for the new bus stop furniture.
Kimley-Horn has opened its Seattle office and is leading the next phase of Sound Transit’s Link expansion program – the 16.3 mile Everett Link Extension (EVLE).
Tom Lee Park sits along the banks of the Mississippi River in Memphis, TN and is being redesigned to provide stronger ties between the community and the river. Alongside Studio Gang and SCAPE, we’re working with the community, including STEM students, to create spaces for all visitors.
Our commitment to helping people flourish extends beyond our office doors. Teaming with ScholarShot, we’re helping underserved students in the Dallas area prepare for careers that will help them exit poverty.
Learn about Eileen Velez-Vega, an Aviation Practice Leader in Kimley-Horn’s Puerto Rico office who was recently named to SWE’s Board of Directors.
Telecom project managers Todd Ireland and Marshall Knight share how fiber optic networks are uniquely designed to support the safety and well-being of our communities.
Avery Fann, P.E., and Kevin Fraleigh, P.E., share how speed, reliability, quality, consistency, and a strong foundation are key to providing great wireless service.
Kimley-Horn designed a sustainability-themed playhouse to support Dallas CASA, an organization that cares for abused and neglected children, teaching them the importance of growing and eating your own healthy food.
Kimley-Horn, a national planning, design, and civil engineering firm, is conducting an independent review of the impact of roundabouts on first responders. Click here to take the survey.