MKK is a Colorado Companies to Watch 2016 Finalist

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“If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.” – Albert Einstein On Friday, June 17, 2016, members from MKK Consulting Engineers’ Executive Team attended the 2016 Colorado Companies to Watch Gala. MKK was announced as a finalist in this year’s competition. Now in its eighth year, the … Continued

Engagement – the Key to Employee Retention

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    According to BusinessDictionary.com, the definition of employee engagement is “Emotional connection an employee feels toward his or her employment organization, which tends to influence his or her behaviors and level of effort in work related activities. The more engagement an employee has with his or her company, the more effort they put forth. Employee engagement also involves the nature of the job itself – if the employee feels mentally … Continued

National Guard Centers Receive Necessary Upgrades to Complete Mission

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“The brave men and women who have served – and those who continue to serve – our armed forces have selflessly sacrificed for our nation, and we owe it to them to provide the best services and protections available when they’re overseas and after they return home.” – Kirstin Gillibrand, U.S. Senator One weekend a … Continued

Leading Net Zero Engineer Brings Expertise to MKK

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STEPHANIE GERAKOS-ROOKER JOINS FIRM MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc. (MKK), a leading mechanical, electrical, plumbing and sustainable design firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Stephanie Gerakos-Rooker, PE, LEED AP as a Mechanical Engineer to our Greenwood Village office. Stephanie joins MKK with over 10 years’ experience in HVAC systems design, net zero solutions, and … Continued

Why The Cultural Interview Is Important To Our Company

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And How You Can Avoid Interview Embarrassment   by: Kathleen Jorgensen, Business Operations Manager     Congratulations!  You just made an appointment with a new company for a cultural interview.  Now you just have to figure out what a cultural interview is and why it is important to this company!   Cultural interviews do not contain … Continued

Passion – The Heart of an Engineer

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This post is the completion of our 2016 National Engineers Week series.  To read Part 3: Angie Huber’s “From Shy Girl to Engineering Firm Executive,” please click here.   Passion:  not really the first term you think of when you think Engineer.  The stereotypical engineer is an introvert who hides away in a cubicle, churning through plan … Continued

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