Engineering and Design

HNTB Expands Indiana Presence, Opens Second Office

Posted April 15, 2024 Kansas City-based engineering firm HNTB has added a new Indiana office to its roster, increasing both the company’s presence and meeting the growing transportation- and infrastructure-related programs in the state. The 7,907-square-foot Westfield office is the… more

TranSystems Acquires California-Based 40-Person Engineering Team

Posted April 11, 2024 Kansas City-based TranSystems announced it has acquired NCM Engineering Corp., a transportation infrastructure engineering firm, to bolster its presence in the California market. Founded in 2012, NCM specializes in infrastructure improvements including transportation planning, freeways, highways,… more

Spire, KC Water Partner For KC’s First Renewable Energy Facility

Posted January 16, 2023 St. Louis-based Spire Inc. is partnering with KC Water to develop the first renewable natural gas facility in Kansas City, Mo., generating nearly $1 million in annual revenue for KC Water. The Kansas City Council approved… more

WSU Breaks Top 20 HERD List For R&D Funding In Engineering

Posted January 15, 2024 The National Science Foundation’s Higher Education Research and Development Survey (HERD) shows which American institutions conducted the nation's most industry-funded research and development. Based on the data, one Kansas institution is leading the charge. Released in… more

KC Wheel To Open Its 36 Doors In November

Posted October 12, 2023  [gallery size="medium" ids="41421,41422,41420"] The 150-foot-tall Ferris wheel in Downtown, named the KC Wheel, announced the grand opening to the public is just right around the corner.  The Ferris wheel and the accompanied Pennyway Putt, a 16-hole… more

Ingram’s September 2023 Digital Edition

You can read all about the Ingram's 250 in the September Digital Edition here.   more

EV Component Manufacturer Selects KC For Its North American HQ

Posted August 2, 2023 Cnano Technology USA, Inc. announced Wednesday plans to invest $94.7 million in a 333,000-square-foot manufacturing facility at the Commerce Center, bringing 112 jobs to the facility and $7.1 million in payroll. The new facility will produce… more

Region Leaders Join on Rock Island Bridge

Dozens of local leaders, developers and media from both Kansas and Missouri gathered on the Rock Island Bridge Tuesday to celebrate its progress and the idea of binding the two states together. With little ground under their feet, the groundbreaking… more

Burns & McDonnell’s Kowalik to Retire at Year-End

Burns & McDonnell, the Kansas City region's biggest engineering/construction company, announced this morning that chairman and CEO Ray Kowalik would retire at the end of 2023. Kowalik succeeded Greg Graves in that role in 2017, becoming just the seventh CEO… more

July 2021 Digital Edition

Ingram’s July 2021 Digital Edition     more