Architecture at Zero – AESTUS 2017 Winner!

MKK Consulting Engineers teamed with 4240 Architecture to help with net zero energy design solutions for the Architecture at Zero 2017 challenge.  The challenge this year called for a visitor’s center and outfitters building on the San Francisco Bay for the Romberg Tiburon Environmental Research Center at San Francisco State University. Our team’s solution was derived … Continued

Honoring the Veterans in Our Lives

Today, our employees recognize the Veterans in their lives. “Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause.” – Abraham Lincoln. This is #WhyWeSalute   I salute my grandfather … Continued

MKK Announces Promotions and Welcomes New Employees

MKK is happy to announce the addition of several new employees to the Greenwood Village and Cheyenne offices, as well as two promotions. Ken Urbanek, PE, LEED AP, HPBD and Angie Huber, PE, LEED AP, have both been promoted to associate principal. Ken has been with MKK for eight years and is the director of … Continued

MKK Principal Craig Watts Presenting Tonight at the CoGEHPA Seminar

Tonight at Lodo’s Bar & Grill (1946 Market Street) from 5:30 to 7:30, the Colorado Geo Energy & Heat Pump Association (CoGEHPA) is hosting their first event of the 2012 goGeoNow SeminarSeries. This is a free seminar and will provide a variety of perspectives, design considerations, cost scenarios and performance metrics for GHP applications in … Continued

Announcing MKK New Hires and Employee Achievements

MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc. (MKK) is thrilled to welcome four new employees to the Greenwood Village office, in addition to one of our associates gaining a new certification. Kate Schmitz and Chris Fullerton joined the office in December. Kate is our new project administrator. She has over four years of experience in the construction industry … Continued

MKK Welcomes Our New Energy Services Manager!

Chris Fullerton has joined MKK as our Energy Services Manager. Chris is an experienced mechanical engineer with commissioning, retro-commissioning, energy audit and construction administration experience. He has managed every level of the commissioning process and specializes in installation, programming, service, and maintenance of central plants (chillers, boilers, and pumps), cooling towers, heat pumps, air handling … Continued

Dress for Success Denver

MKK’s Denver office recently held a clothing drive for Dress for Success Denver. The mission of Dress for Success is “to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, career tools and a network of support to help women thrive in work and in life.” The clothing drive was a great success … Continued

Renovating Existing Healthcare Setting

Renovating healthcare facilities poses numerous challenges. Click here to read Jason Engle’s latest article (published in Colorado Real Estate Journal) dealing with this topic.

Addressing Real World Correctional Concerns

Jeff Geiger, security specialist at MKK, recently published his article, “Addressing Real World Correctional Concerns” in CorrectionalNews magazine’s March/April 2011 issue.

MKK’s Ken Urbanek Selected as Presenter at Best 3 Conference 2012

Ken Urbanek, Director of Engineering at MKK, has been selected as a presenter at the Best 3 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia next year. The Best 3 Conference is presented by the National Institute of Building Sciences. Ken will be presenting on under-floor air distribution systems.

Conducting a Health Care Building Assessment

Facility Checkup: Conducting a Health Care Building Assessment (by Debra Phillips, AIA, ACHA) is a great article featured in Health Facilities Management magazine. Check it out!

Ken Urbanek to Speak at BEST3 Conference Today in Atlanta

MKK associate Ken Urbanek is speaking today at the Building Enclosure Science and Technology (BEST) conference today in Atlanta. The conference is put on by the National Institute of Building Sciences. Ken will be speaking on the subject of underfloor air distribution systems (UFAD). Click here for more information on the conference