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From the monthly archives: October 2017

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LKPB Engineers, Inc. is Now Hiring a Marketing Coordinator

LKPB is assembling an all‐star cast of marketers ‐‐ a team of lean, mean, digitally fluent, content‐creating machines to take our marketing to the next level. We are looking for an enthusiastic Marketing Coordinator to help us in our overall marketing efforts. This position will be an integral part of the development and execution of marketing plans which blend inbound and outbound marketing strategies to reach desired targets, elevate brand awareness and promote firm growth.

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B3 Award

‘B3: Buildings, Benchmarks & Beyond, the Tools and Programs for Sustainable Buildings in Minnesota’ is a specialized design process that is utilized for Minnesota government-funded projects.

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LKPB Engineers

At LKPB Engineers, the skillset required for success goes beyond the technical aspects of conventional engineering. For us, developing a strong technical base is incredibly important to long-term success, but after those critical first few years of your career, we like to explain the career path for people as being very similar to a create-your-own adventure book. If you enjoy the technical aspects of our profession and want to be a project engineer or eventually a project manager focused on getting projects out the door, this path is available for you. If you would like to explore the marketing and business development aspects of our profession, we will make sure you gain the tools and skills needed to be comfortable in that type of role. And if you want to end up in a management or leadership role, once again we will make sure this path is laid our properly for you to accomplish your ultimate goal.

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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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