About KPFF Lacey
Located at the southern tip of Puget Sound between Seattle and Portland, and adjacent to the State Capital, Lacey is conveniently located between both urban and rural areas. Home to nearly 40 employees, the Lacey office location provides the benefit and flexibility of all lifestyles, including urban and rural living, with all options in between. Our mission statement of “Provide experiences that create a lasting positive impact on our People, Clients and Community” is a constant reminder that we are a family, and we place an emphasis on our people. Looking to join a family-oriented team of civil engineers, surveyors and support teams while working in a relaxed and professional environment? Reach out to the KPFF team in Lacey.
Fun Facts About KPFF Lacey
- Our office has an annual Golf Social Fundraiser that we use to fund our Scholarship program to Saint Martins University, which is located just blocks away from our office.
- The Lacey office is 1 of 4 locations that offer Surveying Services.
- As part of a team building exercise our office has an annual “snowball” fight using oversized marshmallows.
Hello! I am a civil engineer who has worked for KPFF about 4 years now. I love the outdoors and particularly the Washington springtime. I’m from Tenino, Washington, went to college in Helena, Montana, and came back to the great Pacific Northwest because I’m confident that nowhere is better than this!
I grew up in Thurston County and graduated from Saint Martin's University in Lacey. I enjoy spending time outside and making the most of the brief months we get sunshine in our rainy state. I love traveling and exploring new places with friends and family, whether it be an hour car ride or 6-hour plane ride.
I grew up in Lynnwood, Washington and joined the Lacey office as an intern while attending Saint Martin’s University. I am now a Professional Engineer with over 6 years of experience, specializing in site development. My hobbies include waterskiing, wakesurfing, and fishing with my family, wife, and dog.