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Spring Newsletter
March 2013
In This Issue
SAME GKC Post and CGSC continue to grow partnership
SAME Summer Engineering Camp applications due
Industry Day rescheduled
KC celebrates Engineers Week
SAME members judge science fair
UMKC student chapter member attends SAME SLW
CGSC assists with Future Cities competition
January luncheon features awards and inductions
CGSC and SAME discuss initiatives at social
TME Calendar link
Changes in SAME Bylaws
Architectural Practice Committee formed
Treasurer's Report
Quick Links


Upcoming Events

 5th Annual Industry Day

April 1-3,

Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center; One-on-Ones will be April 3 at the

Bolling Federal Building


April Luncheon

11 a.m.-1 p.m., April 18


Annual Sponsors 2013
Black & Veatch
Burns & McDonnell
Cabrera Services
Coastal Environmental
Ecology and Environment
JE Dunn
Louis Berger Group
Poole Fire Protection
SM Wilson
Yaeger Architects
Matt MetcalfDear Greater Kansas City Post Members:


It is a distinct personal honor to serve this year as President of the Greater Kansas City Post of The Society of American Military Engineers. I am pleased to announce that we were just notified by Headquarters that our Post has achieved Distinguished Post status for the second year in a row and for the eighth time in the past ten years! Achieving this status requires a lot of energy and passion and I thank you for your sacrifice and professionalism. I would also like to thank Past President Colonel Tony Hofmann, PMP for his leadership over the past year.


The GKC Post's Annual Sponsors Program continues to grow and I would once again like to thank this year's annual sponsors. The Post's annual sponsorship program provides a simple, convenient and cost effective way for our member firms to sponsor all major GKC Post activities on an annual basis. Their generous contributions to the Post make it possible to sustain a robust and diverse group of programs and initiatives throughout the year. This year's sponsors include: JE Dunn, HNTB, HDR, Yaeger Architecture, SAIC, Terracon, Affinis, Wilson & Company, Black & Veatch, Coastal, The Louis Berger Group, Cabrera Services, Poole Fire Protection, Ecology and Environment, Sevenson, Stantec, SM Wilson, and Burns and McDonnell.

Industry Day Update

The Kansas City area was battered by back-to-back, major snowstorms in February which required us to reschedule the 5th Annual Industry Day event. The event will now be held on April 1 & 2 and the Kansas City District's One-on-Ones will be held on April 3 at the Bolling Federal Building. We apologize for any inconvenience but the safety of our Post members and guests is paramount. We look forward to seeing you in April!

Special Recognition

I am pleased to announce that Kleinfelder has been awarded the Society of American Military Engineers 2012 Seymour S. Greenfield Sustaining Member Award for eminent contributions to SAME. The award will be presented at the Honors Luncheon at the 2013 JETC conference in San Diego, CA on May 22.



Upcoming Events

The Greater Kansas City Post has a lot of great events planned for 2013 beginning with the 5th Annual Industry Day event in April and also including monthly luncheons, the Vice President's Dinner, CGSC Engineer Social, YM Events, the Annual Sporting Clays Challenge and the Small Business Workshop. On a Regional and National level, the GKC Post will be participating in the Joint Engineer Training Conference & Expo, May 21-24, in San Diego, CA and the Texoma and Missouri River Joint Engineer Training Symposium, Oct 9-11, in Oklahoma City, OK. Additionally, the SAME 2013 Small Business Conference will be held Nov 19-21 at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Please continue to check our website as well as the GKC Post Upcoming Events updates sent weekly via e-mail.

We have another outstanding year ahead of us, and it is truly an honor to serve this Distinguished Post. I look forward to working with and serving with you in 2013. Hopefully, the great Kansas City spring weather will arrive soon!

Very Respectfully,

Matt Metcalf, PE
Post President, Greater Kansas City Post

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SAME and CGSC continue to grow partnership  

By LTC Kevin R. Casey, CGSC Faculty Member & Matt Metcalf, P.E., SAME GKC Post President 

Each year 60 to 80 Army Engineer Majors head to Fort Leavenworth's Command and General Staff College (CGSC) to study and prepare for future senior Engineer leadership positions in the United States Army. The CGSC Engineer faculty has partnered with the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) - Greater Kansas City (GKC) Post to develop and improve upon ties among the military, academia and industry over the course of the academic year. The Kansas City area boasts the fourth la

Brigadier General Deluca, LTC Casey and Dr. Kevin Truman, University of Missouri Kansas City Dean of the School of Computing and Engineering at a social event welcoming a new class of Engineer students from CGSC.

rgest concentration of engineering firms and licensed engineers in the country, providing an excell
ent opportunity to foster relationships between the military and industry. While the main focus during the students' time at CGSC remains the development of field grade leadership, operations, and planning skills, this partnership between CGSC and the SAME Greater Kansas City Post has increased the opportunities for the Engineer students to improve and refine their engineering technical skills. 


Current initiatives from this CGSC - SAME GKC Post partnership include the addition of engineer focused electives. These electives include an opportunity for CGSC students to work with local engineering and construction firms including JE Dunn and Black & Veatch or with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Kansas City District. The CGSC student engineers also have an opportunity to work with the SAME GKC Post and local universities to prep for the Professional Engineer (PE) and Project Manager Professional (PMP) exams during their elective period. This year, CGSC students have students have also participated in SAME KC post mentorship program. In the future, the intent is to expand and solidify this affiliation by inspiring CGSC students to compete for a Distinguished CGSC Engineer Award, sponsored by the SAME GKC Post in 2014. The goal of this award would be to reward a CGSC student who contributes the most to the military, academia and industry partnership during their time at CGSC.


CGSC Engineers and faculty have been involved in multiple SAME GKC Post events in 2012 and 2013. These events include two welcome socials with the two incoming classes of CGSC students who usually arrive sometime in January and July. Brigadier General Deluca, the Engineer School Commandant, and COL Tony Hofmann, SAME GKC 2012 Post President along with dozens of SAME members welcomed the CGSC Engineer students to Kansas City and CGSC during these events. In 2012, the July event was held at a Kansas City microbrewery and the January 2013 event was held at a local Leavenworth historic building.


CGSC Students also participated in monthly luncheons including a recent event with the Kansas City mayor, Sly James, and they will participate in the upcoming SAME GKC Post Industry Day event in February 2013. In 2012-2013, we also had two CGSC students involved in a SAME mentorship program with local schools to support SAME GKC Post efforts.


The CGSC elective period takes place during the last three months of the CGSC experience and provides a great opportunity for Engineers to improve their engineering knowledge and skills. During the 2013 elective period, we will have three students that will train with Kansas City engineering firms (and SAME partners) JE Dunn and Black & Veatch. Ten students will also train with the USACE KC District during the elective period. In addition, we also have four students preparing and taking the PE exam and thirty three students who are planning to take the PMP exam during the elective period. To prepare for the exams, the CGSC student could be involved either with student led study groups or take a class with a local university such as University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC) during this elective period. These electives can enhance a student's ability to obtain the new Engineer Officer Skill Identifiers such as W3 - Professional Engineer (PE), and W5 - Project Management Professional that will be offered starting in April 2013.


With continued relationship building in mind, the GKC Post is already planning other events for members and CGSC Engineers to interact, including events in April and July of 2013.






  • U.S. Navy Seabees Camp - Port Hueneme, CA - July 21-27

    SAME Summer Enginering Camp Applications for three camps due on April 5

    By GKC Post Information


    GKC SAME is accepting applications for SAME Summer Engineering Camps until April 5 for the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Navy Seabees camps. The engineering camps are designed for High School students who excel in math, science and technical courses and are interested in pursuing engineering in college. These one-week camps are high energy, hands-on events for students from across the country and around the world. The camps are led by a professional staff of engineers from both private industry and the military services.There are four camps this year:

    • U.S. Army Camp - Vicksburg, MS - June 16-22 (application deadline has passed)
    • U.S. Air Force Academy Camp - Colorado Springs, CO - June 27-July 3
    • U.S. Navy Seabees Camp - Port Hueneme, CA - July 21-27 (may be cancelled due to to financial constraints resulting from sequestration)
    • U.S. Marine Corps Camp - Camp LeJeune, NC - June 23-29 (cancelled due to to financial constraints resulting from sequestration)

    Camp applications should submitted to Ted Hartsig for consideration. Greater Kansas City Post officials will then select its top applicants and submit their names to the National organization for final selection.  The Greater KC Post can sponsor up to two campers.  In sponsoring our selected campers, the Greater KC Post will pay one-half of the camp fee ($550 total fee, with the camper responsible for $275 of the fee), and we will pay for transportation to the camp. To find out qualifications and to review the application, please click here. Application forms also can be found here. If you have additional questions, please call Ted Hartsig at 913-748-5261

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    Industry Day 

    GKC Post's Fifth Annual Industry Day rescheduled to April 1-3

    By GKC Post Information


    Due to inclement weather, the Greater Kansas City Post rescheduled its 5th Annual Industry Day to April 1-3. The event will kick off Monday, April 1 at the renovated Sheraton Kansas City Hotel linked to Crown Center. The education and training workshop is a full program offering Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and Federal Program Briefings. 


    The event also featues One-on-One meetings on April 3 at the Bolling Federal Building. The meetings will include the Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District Contracting Officers and Program Managers from each of the district's three program areas: Military, Civil Works, and Environmental as well as representatives from NOAA, EPA and GSA will be available on Wednesday, April 3. This is an opportunity to build personal relationships, expand individual knowledge, or increase company visibility. Look forward to a full educational and technical program.


    There will be sponsorship opportunities and more exhibit spaces than previous years. Information regarding sponsorship and exhibition space will be available soon and interested participants are encouraged to check the web site for updates.

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    Kansas City celebrates Engineers Week

    By Matt Metcalf, P.E.   

    The 62nd Annual Engineers Week Luncheon was held on March 7 at the Kansas City Marriot Ballroom in downtown Kansas City. The Greater Kansas City Post Officers manned the Post's exhibitor booth and networked with event attendees. The luncheon commenced at 11:45 a.m. and was followed by an awards ceremony that recognized the top student winners from MATHCOUNTS, Bridge Building, and FutureCities competitions. Awards were also presented to members from the Western Chapter MSPE and the Eastern Chapter KSPE. Following the awards presentation, the Greater Kansas City Post presented a $5,000 check to Dr. Kevin Truman, Dean of the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Computing and Engineering, in support of the ongoing initiatives between the University and the GKC Post.


    Charles Jones, Director of the Kansas University Public Management Center, presented the keynote address on contemporary issues in public administration. Jones' public service experience includes four years as the Governor-appointed Director of Environment at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), and 10 years (1998 to 2009) as a Douglas County Commissioner. Within the MPA program, Jones teaches Public Policy and Administration; Budgeting and Policy Analysis; Role, Context and Ethics of Public Administration; and Collaborative Leadership, Professionalism, and Citizen Engagement. Jones also teaches in the Center's Certified Public Manager program, Emerging Leaders Academy, and other programs, bringing the perspective of elective, appointed and entrepreneurial success to policy and technical aspects of public management.

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    Judges had to select three award winners from 40 eligible projects at the Science Pioneers Science Fair.

    SAME Members select winners at Science Pioneers Science Fair

    By Amy McCurdy, P.E. 


    For a fifth year in a row, members of the Greater Kansas City SAME Post helped judge

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    the Science Pioneers Science Fair at Union Station in Kansas City. Amy McCurdy, Bill Yord, Merrill Watt, and Kyle Marlay volunteered to judge 40 eligible projects and award SAME Society Silver Medal, Certificate of Excellence and a $100 check. The awards are given to outstanding senior level (9th - 12th grades) science fair projects in three categories:

    • Earth/Space Science
    • Environmental and Renewable Energy
    • Engineering

    Judges had a difficult decision as the projects showed intensive research, experimentation and data collection by students. In order to help with the process, judges read through reports presented by the students and studied the project presentation boards created by the students. Once this action was complete, the judges gathered to compare notes and vote for their favorites. It took about three hours to select the three winners.

    About 800 people attended the presentation at the Awards Ceremony for the 62nd Annual Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair at the Sheraton Crown Center on March 16.

    This year's winners of the SAME Special Awards were:


    Student: Kristen Spies

    School: Blue Valley North High School

    Project: An Autonomous Desalination/Greenhouse System for Use in Remote Environments

    Sponsors: Jan Cyr


    Environmental and Renewable Energy

    Students: Geneva and Grace Wood

    School: Homeschooled

    Project: Ideas to Improve Generation of Electricity Using Wind Power

    Sponsor: Laurie Wood


    Earth/Space Science

    Student: Samuel Coulson

    School: West Platte High School

    Project: Radishes in Space

    Sponsor: Tonja Kearns


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    UMKC student chapter member attends SAME Student Leaders Workshop

    By Jacob Oldham, UMKC SAME Chapter Member


    The Annual SAME Student Leaders Workshop (SLW) was held Jan. 24-26 in Glendale, AZ. With 51 active SAME Posts participating, the SLW served as a forum for Student Leaders form SAME Student Chapters from to meet and discuss the operations and opportunities tied with their chapters.


    SAME was able to allow for a diverse group of professionals and students to come together and allow us to improve ourselves and our SAME Student Chapters. Military and civilian engineering professionals were available to answer questions about their experiences and how lessons they have learned may be applicable to us as student leaders and future professionals. The SLW also provided a great chance to discuss what is working and not working at our chapters and time to brainstorm.


    In addition to the opportunity to learn from professionals and other students, the SLW also included a visit to Luke Air Force Base. During the visit, students gained insight into what is required of engineers in the military and about the military engineers' day-to-day activities. Students also received a tour of the hangers that house some of the U.S. Air Force's F-16 fighter jets. Another topic of interest was the idea of holding a competition in the future between chapters in the future. Guidelines and rules are currently in process for the competition, which would feature making a Rude Goldeberg machine, which involves creating a complex and intricate machine and process to complete a simple task.


    Throughout this workshop, I received information in quality and quantity that will be very useful in bettering the student chapter. It was an enjoyable workshop with meeting new people and having new experiences. 

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    CGSC students assist areas schools with Future Cities competition

    By Merrill Watt, P.E.


    GKC SAME Command and General Staff College (CGSC) Engineer officer students served as Future Cites engineer mentor-speakers in Lansing, KS and Fort Leavenworth schools. This involvement fits into the post's commitment to STEM education for kindergarten through 12th grades.


    Future City Competition is a national, project-based learning experience where students in sixth through eighth grades imagine, design and build cities in the future. The Future City competition scope entails:

    • Developing basic understanding of the design theme for their city. 2012 theme is storm water pollution.
    • Using SIMCITY 4 software to design their virtual future city.
    • Building a physical model of their virtual city.
    • Explaining their design through a report presentation with questions and answers.


    Engineer mentors met twice with a Future City team, which is comprised of four students, between September and December with students from Lansing Middle School and Fort Leavenworth MacArthur School.


    CGSC engineer branch student officers, several of whom are who are SAME members or prospective members, were offered the chance to mentor by LTC Kevin Casey, CKC Post's CGSC EN Os POC. Maj. Jeff Jenson and Maj. Tom Piazze volunteered their time. Both of them have experience with project planning, engineering design, construction, quality control, scheduling, contracting and management from their leadership assignments around the world.


    Each school's winning team was entered into the Great Plains Region Competition, which includes Kansas and Missouri, in January at Kansas State University. About 50 teams competed.

    New Members
    SAME GKC Post welcomes the following new members.
    • Ms. Andrea Cekovsy, Greenhorne & O'Mara
    • Mr. Bob Dotsn, Health Facilities Group, LLC
    • Mr. Steve Lewallen, Health Facilities Group, LLC
    • COL John Moore
    • Mr. Daniel Nelsen,509th Civil Engineer Squadron
    • Mr. Jason Oldham, MW Builders
    • Ms. Carolyn Pearson, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    • Ms. Jodie Peotter, P.G.,ECCS Nationwide Mobile Laboratries
    • COL Vernie Reichling, Jr.
    • Mr. Ryan Stobaugh
    • Mr. Danny VanDoren, Farris Engineering
    • Mr. Davd Wright, Health Facilities Group, LLC
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    SAME Sustainable Firm award

    From SAME National & Kleinfelder


    SAME has announced the selection of Kleinfelder as the winner of SAME's prestigious Seymour S. Greenfield Sustaining Member Award for 2012. Kleinfelder received the award in part for its nationwide support to SAME on a national level and also in 16 local Posts. Through its participation Kleinfelder promotes Young Members participation, mentoring programs, and K-12 and college outreach. Kleinfelder's SAME participants include one Fellow, nine current Post officers (including four current or past Post presidents), and active participation in SAME National committees including the Warrior Transition Task Force and the leadership of the 2013 JETC conference. The company looks forward to celebrating the receipt of this prestigious award with SAME colleagues at the SAME JETC in San Diego, May 21-24.




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    SAME GKC Post Immediate Past President Col. Anthony Hofmann receives a service award from current SAME GKC Post President Matt Metcalf.


    January luncheon features awards and officer installations

    By Melissa Kelley


    The January Greater Kansas City Post Luncheon was a remarkable one for the Post. The luncheon was held at Cascone's in North Kansas City and featured the Post Awards ceremony as well as the installation of the new Post Leadership. COL Tony Hofmann and Melissa Kelley presented the following awards:

    • Joe Davis of Custom Engineering - Post Service Award
    • Bill Yord of The Louis Berger Group - Post Service Award
    • Garrett Cross of HNTB - Post Service Award
    • Jackie Hacker of HDR - Post Achievement Award
    • Larry Meyers of USACE - Post Achievement Award
    • Dave Howe of Black & Veatch- Post Achievement Award
    • Rob Rastorfor of HNTB - Post Achievement Award
    • Tom Kirkwood (retired) - Post Achievement Award
    • Doug Drieling of Family Environmental - Post Achievement Award
    • Ron McCutcheon of McKinzie Construction - Post Achievement Award
    • Merrill Watt (retired) - President's Plaque
    • Tom Poer  of HNTB- President's Plaque
    • Amy Lines of Kleinfelder- President's Plaque
    • Mark Loes of Kleinfelder- President's Plaque
    • Jackie Hacker of HDR - Industry Small Business Award 

    After the presentation of the Post and President's Awards, Jeanne LeBron, Regional Vice President, presented Ted Hartsig with the RVP Medal for sustained contributions to the Post, including serving as Chair of both the E&M Committee and the Scholarship Committee.


    Following the awards presentation, Col. Hofmann was presented with a commemorative gavel and pin in appreciation of his service to the Post and gave his outgoing remarks. Jeanne LeBron administered the oath to the incoming Post Officers and Directors and new Post President, Matt Metcalf.





    CGSC and SAME GKC Post members discuss ongoing initiatives 

    By Matt Metcalf, P.E., SAME GKC Post President

    On January 24, members of the Greater Kansas City Post attended a presentation by Brigadier General Deluca, Engineer Commandant, on the "The Future of the Engineer Regiment" at the Command and General Staff College (CGSC) at Fort Leavenworth.   Following the presentation, Post members and CGSC staff participated in a roundtable discussion to discuss ongoing initiatives between CGSC and the Greater Kansas City Post. That evening, Post members reconvened for a social at J.W. Crancer's located in Leavenworth's Downtown Historic District, to welcome Engineer Class 13-02 to the Kansas City Area.   More than 50 students and Post members participated in the event which included a BBQ buffet dinner, refreshments and jazz music.

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    TME Editorial Calendar


     The editorial calendar for The Military Engineer (TME) can be found here. Each issue has a main theme and a special report. Deadlines for content also are included.


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    Changes in SAME Bylaws

    From the SAME National Board of Directors


    The SAME Board of Direction approved changes to the SAME Bylaws on March 4, 2013. To allow for changes in our Membership Database, they will become effective on July 1, 2013. The updated Bylaws in their entirety are available on the SAME Society Operations website at

    1. Change in Age for Young Member. The Board changed the age of a Young Member from 35 to 39, consistent with many other professional societies. The consensus of the Board was that the benefits will accrue to SAME by expanding the range of the Young Member population as we continue to emphasize mentoring of young professionals and allowing them to take leadership roles in SAME. Currently, there are about 3,500 Young Members in SAME. We estimate this change in age will result in an additional 400 Young Members.
    2. Addition of Young Members to Sustaining Member and Public Agency Memberships. The Board approved the addition of one Young Member to each of SAME's 4,900 Post Memberships. The only cost to SAME is the cost of mailing TME. While many companies do not currently fill all of their five positions, those that do would benefit from having an additional Young Member position without additional cost and it will foster the involvement of Young Members in our Posts. For Public Agencies, the Board approved the addition of five Young Members to each Public Agency membership. This will enable public agencies, which have limited resources, to allow Young Members to join SAME at no additional cost without taking the place of the more senior agency officials who are currently assigned to most of the Public Agency memberships.  
    3. Establishment of a Fellows Emeritus Category. The Board approved the establishment of a Fellows Emeritus category, as recommended by the Academy of Fellows. The designation will be given to any active SAME Fellow who is a Life Member when he or she reaches the age of 70. SAME HQ will waive the registration fee for this category of Fellows for the two major SAME national events (e.g., JETC and Golden Eagle Dinner).
    If you have any questions on the above changes, or the updated Bylaws, please send an email to SAME Executive Director Dr. Robert D. Wolff, P.E., F.SAME.


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    SAME establishes national Architectural Practice Committee

    From the SAME National 


    SAME recently established a national Architectural Practice Committee with a mission "to promote architectural practice within SAME, broaden the organization's exposure in the architectural community, and recruit more architects, along with expanding networking and mentoring opportunities".  At the local level the Architectural Practice Committee is concentrating on bringing architectural activities in the local SAME Post and collaborating with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Chapter.  We believe there are opportunities to co-sponsor meetings and events as well as to share resources between the two organizations. These architectural orientated activities will benefit current SAME architects and attract others to SAME.

    To learn more, please check out SAME national Architectural Practice Committee webpage by clicking here.



    Treasurer's Report


    January-February 2013

    Total Income:                        $90,520.30                                           

    Total Expenses:                     $  3,754.88

    Net Income:                          $86,765.42               


    President                             Matt Metcalf, Tepa, LLC

    Vice President                      Ann Ewy, USACE

    Secretary                            Amy Lines, Kleinfelder

    Treasurer                            Al Osborne, Tepa, LLC

    Immediate Past President       COL Anthony Hofmann, USACE


    Board of Directors

    Steve Iverson, USACE

    Rex Ostrander, USACE

    Matt Turner, Yaeger Architecture

    Bill Yord, Louis Berger

    Garrett Cross, Lochner

    Brent Ferguson, JE Dunn

    Rich McCollum, HDR

    Jason Meyers, Burns & McDonnell

    Melissa Kelley, SKW, Inc. 






    Rob Rastorfer

    Education & Mentoring

    Bill Yord

    College Outreach

    Neeli Langdon

    PE Refresher Course

    Jason Meyers


    Bill Yord

    K-12 Outreach

    Rob Rastorfer


    Jackie Hacker


    Chris Prinslow


    Clif Rope

    Small Business

    Amy McCurdy

    Strategic Planning

    Ann Ewy

    Young Members Co-Chair

    Melissa Kelley

    Young Members Co-Chair

    Kyle Marlay

    Assistant Treasurer

    Garrett Cross


    Melissa Kelley


    Jason Sweet

    Council of Fellows

    Jerry Adams

    E&M Endowment

    Jerry Adams

    Fort Riley Field Chapter

    Rex Ostrander

    Whiteman AFB Field Chapter

    Christopher Prinslow


    Jason Meyers

    Joint Engineering Council (JEC)

    Rich McCollum

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    Advertise in the SAME Newsletter and Web site!
    The Greater Kansas City Post offers advertising space for quarterly newsletters and on the home page of the Web site.  Your business card size advertisement or company logo can be added for a cost of $250.00 per year.  Please send your artwork and check to:
    Jason Sweet, GISP, PMP, CFM
    Once your check is received your ad will begin in the following issue.
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    Place your article in the newsletter!
    If you have articles you would like published in the quarterly newsletter, please send them to
    Alicia Houston, Black & Veatch, at [email protected] or [email protected].


    Sustaining Members

    AECOM � Affinis Corp. � AMEC � ARCADIS/Malcolm Pirnie � Arrowhead Contracting, Inc. � ASSET Group � Barr Engineering Co. � Bay West, Inc. � Bhate Environmental Associates, Inc. � Bibb Engineers  � Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. � BMK Corporation, Inc. � Brown and Caldwell  � Burns & McDonnell � Cabrera Services, Inc. � Caedmon Construction & Electrical Co., LLC � CAPE � CDM Smith � CH2MHILL � Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. � Coastal Environmental Group, Inc. � Conti Federal Services, Inc. � Continental Mapping Consultants, Inc. � CSI General Contractors  � CTI and Associates, Inc. � Cyntergy AEC � DLR Group � EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc. � Eaton Corporation � ECC � Ecology & Environment, Inc. � EMR, Inc. � Foth � FutureNet Group, Inc. � Geotechnical Services, Inc. � GLMV Architecture, Inc. � Greenhorne & O'Mara � Greenleaf Construction Co., Inc. � H.W. Lochner, Inc. � Hanson Professional Service Inc. � HDR � Health Facilities Group, LLC  � HMN Architects � HNTB � Horner & Shifrin Inc. � HydroGeoLogic Inc. � Jackie Hacker & Associates � JMD Enterprises, LLC � Kaw Valley Engineering � Kennedy/Jenks Consultants � Key Construction � Kleinfelder � LMG Construction Services LLC � Los Alamos Technical Associates, Inc. (LATA) � Mark One Electric Co., Inc. � Mason & Hanger � Massman Construction Co. � McCownGordon Construction, LLC � McTech Corporation � ME Group, Inc. � Mead & Hunt, Inc. � Midland Surveying, Inc. � MKEC Engineering Consultants, Inc. � Multivista-Kansas City � MW Builders � Olsson Associates � P/Strada, LLC � Parsons � Patti Banks Associates � Poole Fire Protection, Inc. � Professional Environmental Engineers Inc. � Professional Services Industries, Inc. � Project Management Services Inc. � Remediation Services, Inc. � Rosemann & Assoc. PC � S. M. Stoller, Corp. � S.M. Wilson & Co � Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc. � Science Applications International Corp. � SCS Engineers � Sealaska Constructors � Seneca Companies, Inc. � Sevenson Environmental Services Inc. � Shafer, Kline & Warren, Inc. � SHE � Siemens Industries, Inc. � SKE International  � Smith & Boucher, Inc. � Smith Seckman Reid Inc. � Soil- Tek of Mid America, LLC � Spica Consulting � Stanley Consultants Inc. � Stantec, Inc. � Strategic Value Solutions, Inc. � T.S.I. Engineering, Inc. � Tepa, LLC � Terracon Consultants, Inc. � TerranearPMC, LLC � Tetra Tech, Inc. � The Louis Berger Group, Inc. � The Ross Group Construction Corp. � The Shaw Group, Inc. � The Walsh Group  � Tidewater, Inc. � Tompkins Architects � TranSystems � Tri-State Engineering � URS Corporation � Walbridge � Walton Construction-a CORE Company, LLC � Wilson & Company, Inc. � Woolpert, Inc. � Xylem Inc.