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Company Identity

6th Annual Golf Scramble & Fundraiser

Thank you to our sponsors! Because of your support, we were able to raise $1,000 for Mayo Capital Projects and the Hurricane Relief effort.

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Summer at LKPB

Employee motivation and focus can be a hard, especially in the summer. Over time, LKPB Engineers has adopted policies to help employees stay focused when in the office and give them the time they need to recuperate or get out of the office when needed.

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Rotary International and LKPB Involvement

Rotary International is one of the world’s first service organizations. Founded in 1905, it has grown to over 35,000 chapters with over 1.2 million members in virtually every country. Defined by their website, Rotary’s purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. It is a non-political, non-sectarian organization, open to all people regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, or political preference.

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A New Space for LKPB Engineers

We’re making big strides towards the last step in our rebranding process at LKPB Engineers; the lease has been signed for our new office space in the Twin Cities! It’s in Northeast Minneapolis, just 2.7 miles from our current location. An 8450sf space in the southwest wing of the 6th floor at Broadway Ridge Office Center, with a great view of Downtown! More important than the location, is the choice of this building over many others and finally the design process to create the most productive, integrated space possible.

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Can Rebranding Help your Business? Will it help ours?

The thought of rebranding can be scary, it’s a big process and you’ll wonder if people will recognize you in the end. That’s the secret, of course they will, as long as your updated logo, website and overall vision represents who the company is, now. A company that has the same logo for the last 25 years, or 28 in our case, has likely changed to a bigger office, updated their technology and yes, hired new people. At some point, someone will walk through the front door, after seeing your logo on a business card or scrolling your outdated website without mobile capabilities on their phone, and your company won’t match the image of you they’ve created in their head.

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