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Engineering firm KLJ adds two to Denver office

Christina Bertelmey will serve as executive coordinator and Brian Howard as electrical OSP designer


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KLJ, an engineering firm, is proud to announce that Christina Bertelmey and Brian Howard have joined their Denver office.

Bartelmey will serve as an executive coordinator. She joins KLJ with more than 17 years of strong administrative and organization experience.

Howard will serve as an electrical OSP (outside plant) designer. He is experienced in GIS and project coordination. He earned his bachelor’s degree in geography with a minor in GIS and earth science and his professional science master’s degree in GIS and geography from Eastern Illinois University.

Since the 1930s, KLJ has worked alongside communities and clients of all sizes; partnering with cities, counties, and developers — just to name a few. At KLJ,we plan, design, and support infrastructure across the country such as roads, runways, pipelines, and parks. We create solutions that turn visions into reality and improve the lives of people and communities across the nation. For more information about KLJ, visit www.kljeng.com.

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