"Another project that I was able to go on a site visit for was for a fish passage project. Not only was this an extremely cool site to see, I was able to become part of the team that was providing solutions for the sediment blockage problem the client was having. Part of this process included speaking with manufacturers and communicating with the client in order to come up with different solutions and providing preliminary design solutions."
"Beyond all the technical skills and development I received in my time here, perhaps even more importantly I learned that Kleinschmidt is a warm, welcoming, and fun company. Since the moment I met Glen DeWillie, Jennifer Jones, Chris, and Ben in my interview back in May, I felt welcomed and appreciated. My favorite memory from this summer internship was being able to experience Hydro Vision 2019 in Portland. One of the days after the conference Finlay Anderson had organized a “happy hour” for all those in the company who were visiting to check out the Portland office and socialize. Everyone showed up and started playing cornhole, joking around, and just having a great time. Jon Christensen, the CEO, encouraged me to join in. Little did he know that I was going to join forces with Russ Sanford, the CMO, and dethrone him in cornhole. I was able to meet people from different locations and levels within the company. There are not many companies where you would have the opportunity to meet your CEO, let alone play cornhole against him on a Wednesday night. Though I could talk forever about my experience here at Kleinschmidt, I will finish by saying that working at Kleinschmidt has been a wonderful and gratifying experience, and I can never put into words how thankful I am for the opportunity to work with such a great company."
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