Brant and his team provide a range of services within the transportation industry for interstates, highways, temporary access roads, bike/pedestrian facilities and more. He regularly participates in public hearings and open houses to engage interested parties and seek feedback on the impact of proposed designs to surrounding communities. Brant is a part of the KC Chamber of Commerce Centurions program, which helps prepare emerging leaders for their role in shaping the future of the local community.
For the first five years of my career here, I would drive to Iowa City, Iowa, once a month to visit my wife, who was getting her doctorate at the University of Iowa.
I always had a passion for science and math. Civil engineering is a field where it’s easy to visualize the project you’re working on, and I found that appealing.
We help our clients solve complex problems, to improve their roadway networks and to make their communities safer
With the passing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the industry is getting a generational bill with funding to help our clients. I'm also really excited about digital deliverables and streamlining the process of design to construction.
A giant tarp to make shelter, a fishing pole to catch food, and access to Spotify.