01.13.2020  |  News

Happy New Year!

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2019 was an exciting year at Kennedy Jenks! We  volunteered in our communities, presented at conferences across the country and internationally, and broke ground of several exciting projects, all while celebrating our 100th anniversary as a firm. As 2020 approaches, we asked some of our employees to share their resolutions for the New Year.

 

Click through to see some of our favorite resolutions for 2020.

 

 

"My resolution is to reconnect with a former colleague every month."

Harold Glaser
Murrieta

Harold Glaser
Murrieta

Harold Glaser
Murrieta

"I am planning on participating in ten volunteering efforts throughout the year."

Evan Ramos
San Diego

Evan Ramos
San Diego

Evan Ramos
San Diego

"Next year I will help clients solve water treatment challenges in both California and Colorado. Also, to enhance my understanding of how to develop a project approach tailored to our clients' needs, I will work on at least 2 water treatment design pursuits next year."

Alex Page
Denver

Alex Page
Denver

Alex Page
Denver

"My New Year's resolution is to be a better version of myself for my family, friends and colleagues."

Keith London
Murrieta

Keith London
Murrieta

Keith London
Murrieta

"My 2020 goal is to increase the Sacramento office's community involvement and outreach. We're already signed up to volunteer for ACEC's Engineers Week (February 16-22) activities to introduce K-12 students to STEM."

Jamie Kolkey
Sacramento

Jamie Kolkey
Sacramento

Jamie Kolkey
Sacramento

"I will reach out to a past engineering colleague for lunch once a month, to reconnect and talk story, share life and share engineering. We all know how important relationships are in our industry."

Benjamin Rasa
Honolulu

Benjamin Rasa
Honolulu

Benjamin Rasa
Honolulu

"My resolution is to eliminate single use plastics and packaging at our house. We've been successful in taking some small measure over the past year by buying foods that are available in glass or non-plastic packaging and bulk groceries in reusable bags. We are looking to get household cleaners, laundry detergents, e.t.c. in refillable containers and use bar soaps and shampoo bars. There is still a long way to go as several single-use plastics still find their way to our home. Next step is trying to get food to go from local restaurants in my own glass containers - hopefully I will be successful to a small extent!

Bhargavi Subramanian
San Francisco

Bhargavi Subramanian
San Francisco

Bhargavi Subramanian
San Francisco

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We are so excited for our employees as they strive to benefit further their communities, clients, and the environment. We hope you have a wonderful new year!

 

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