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Mar

Ted Verst attains Project Management credential

KZF Design is pleased to announce Ted Verst, PE, SE has achieved the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification! The PMP credential, offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI), is the industry-recognized standard for project managers. Candidates must demonstrate experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects in order to achieve this certification. PMP is the …

8
Mar

KZF ranked #6 Largest Engineering Firm by Business Courier

The latest Cincinnati Business Courier “Top Lists” has placed KZF Design as 6th largest engineering firm in Cincinnati. Making a jump three places in 2018 to the #6 spot, we have seen a significant increase in local billings over the last year. Check out the rest of the list by the Cincinnati Business Courier website (subscribers only). The popular Book of Lists ranks …

7
Mar

UC College of Business Celebrates Topping Out

Members of the University of Cincinnati new College of Business building project team were on hand last Thursday afternoon to celebrate the structure’s “topping out,” a construction milestone signifying the steel frame of a structure has reached its maximum height. Collaborating with internationally-recognized Henning Larsen Architects of Copenhagen, Denmark, KZF Design is providing Architect of …

21
Feb

Creating Places that Manufacture Success

If These Walls Could Talk: Creating Places that Manufacture Success Manufacturing facilities can get a bad rap. With tight budgets and timelines, creative design sometimes takes a back seat to efficiency. The truth is your building is one of your biggest investments, and good design and engineering can improve your company’s productivity, increase employee satisfaction ...
13
Dec

American Modern staff LOVE their new Workspace

Since April 2017, we have been working with American Modern on a $1.8M upgrade to their Customer Service operations, including space designed with sustainability and employee wellness in mind. The project features sit-to-stand workstations, circadian lighting, daylight and views and support areas such as an outdoor patio and resource zones designated for associates to focus ...
29
Nov

KZF Design Expands Firm Ownership

KZF Design announces addition of 11 new owners from the company’s existing core management team. (CINCINNATI, OH, Nov. 29, 2017) — KZF Design President & CEO Robert Steele announced today that the 65-person architecture, engineering, interiors and planning firm has added 11 new owners, all of whom are from the company’s existing core management team. …

28
Nov

Don’t miss the Future Leaders of OTR Holiday Home Tour!

KZF Design is a proud supporter and sponsor of Future Leaders of OTR and their Holiday Home Tour event! Join us for the 4th annual Over-the-Rhine Holiday Home Tour in Cincinnati! The Holiday Home Tour is a self-paced walking tour of beautiful homes in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati. Participants will get an exclusive look …

27
Nov

Giving Back: 3rd Annual KZF Blood Drive

On Wednesday, January 3, 2018, we are hosting our third annual blood drive with the Hoxworth Blood Center. The last two events were a huge success with more 20 employees, family members and clients stepping up as blood donors. But this time, we’ve challenged ourselves to get 60 people to participate – so we’re asking for help …

22
Nov

ODNR Dedicates Little Miami Trail Improvements

ODNR Director, Jim Zehringer, led a dedication ceremony for the recently completed trail improvements in early November in Loveland's Nisbet Park. Jon Wiley, Director of KZF Design's Transportation Group, was in attendance on November 6, 2017. KZF Design has been working with ODNR on a 53-mile master plan for the maintenance and improvement of Little Miami Trail Master ...
17
Oct

Hipster Overlay Districts? For Real?

Tomorrow, KZF will host the APA Cincinnati Section for a brown-bag lunch and education session focused on “The Hispter Overlay District,” discussing how zoning and the hipster culture have converged to enliven and program once unlively places. Tattoos, car-free living, dog parks, food trucks, bike sharing, popup spaces, storefront marijuana, farmers markets…Are these part of your community’s plans? …

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