In lieu of our traditional holiday cookie swap, this year we swapped our recipes instead! We’re looking forward to baking up some new delicious treats from our LKB Recipe Book this winter and HOPING YOUR HOLIDAYS ARE EXTRA SWEET!
A Time for Thanks and Friendship
LKB enjoyed fresh baked Amish Friendship Bread, along with other delicious treats. We wish everyone a HAPPY, HEALTHY, and SAFE Thanksgiving!
Fall Food Drive
With November comes LKB’s annual food donation to Island Harvest. We are happy to contribute once again to their fight against hunger on Long Island.
Engineers or Artists? Here are this year’s creations…
LKB is donating books that “will serve as kindling for all of those young, untested, and bright minds of the future.” In support of our very own John Gerlach’s daughter Taryn and her fight for equality in education, we hope to help her make a difference in creating brighter futures for those less fortunate. Please view her website for more information: www.equalitythrougheducation.org
The LKB Team extends a warm congratulations to our very own Ed Zawasky! Ed has passed his FAA Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft System (SUAS) Remote Pilot Exam. Congratulations on this accomplishment.
LKB proudly announced this years recipient of the Carle C. Conway Scholarship. CONGRATULATIONS to Jason Brown, son of Fred Brown, P.E., for his accomplishments and academic achievements.
Environmental Engineering Department Update
Paul Lappano has retired from his post as Vice President of Environmental Services, a position he has ably filled since 2007. We thank Paul for his 38 years of loyal service to LKB, and we are pleased to announce the promotion of Theresa (Terry) Heneveld to Vice President of Environmental Engineering. Congratulations and best wishes to Paul and Terry on their new endeavors!
LKB proudly accepted a Centennial Award from the ASCE Met Section, and joined them in celebrating the accomplishments and contributions that we, as Civil Engineers, have made to the NY Metropolitan area over the last 100 years.
LKB hosted five middle school students who participate in First Lego League. The theme this year was, “How to Improve Bridges”. They presented their findings on “Smart Detection of Cracks in the Internal Structure of Bridges” while interacting with LKB engineers, to obtain real-life issues and concerns relating to their research topic.
This week, we recognize and celebrate not only our inspiring engineers, but all of the engineers who have had the courage to “think outside of the box”, enhanced our lives today and our dreams for tomorrow.
Another “I Love My Park Day” in the books! LKB celebrated New York’s park system by sponsoring this annual event and participating in a painting project at Sunken Meadow State Park.
LKB was honored at the Long Island Business News 2019 Real Estate, Architecture & Engineering Awards for being recognized as not only the TOP ENGINEERING FIRM, but for being included among all those honored for helping create and build Long Island’s future. Another proud moment in LKB’s ongoing journey.
Luck of the Irish
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!
International Women’s Day
The LKB ladies, honoring International Women’s Day.
National Engineers Week
Engineers make a difference in the world and inspire youth to build for tomorrow. We can’t be more proud of our LKB professionals.
We celebrated with good food and good friends for some holiday fun!