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Our Work

Our firm has worked with public and private sector clients to develop California’s infrastructure. We have successfully managed projects across industries, including energy production, government, education, land development, as well as water and local services.


Education

Student Housing Complex

In order to accommodate the CSU Bakersfield student body, we were charged with developing facilities that addressed residents’ living and recreational needs.


All-Weather Track and Field

QK provided design and plan preparation services for the construction of an all-weather running track and artificial turf football/soccer field.

Government

Multi-Phased Downtown Enhancement Projects

QK provided construction management and oversight for Woodlake’s downtown improvement project.


New Correctional Institution, Federal Firing Range, & Staff Training Center

QK provided civil engineering design services to architect Arrington Watkins for the new 200-acre facility.

Energy

Maricopa Sun Solar Energy Complex

In partnership with Maricopa Orchards, our firm provided the environmental studies and reports necessary to build a solar photovoltaic power generation facility.


San Joaquin Cross Valley Loop Project

QK completed biological assessments and monitoring during the construction of a 23-mile transmission line.

Land Development

Sierra Meadows Senior Housing

QK managed the design and construction of Visalia’s new senior housing facility.


Gossamer Grove Subdivision

QK is providing engineering design, survey, and landscape architecture services for Shafter’s Lennar Homes community.

Water & Special Districts

Water Systems Improvements Project

QK worked with the district to obtain funding for the water systems improvement project


Well No. 3 & New Water Lines

QK provided engineering services for the design and construction of a new water well and the refurbishment of an existing well site.

What Clients Say About QK:

City Manager – Chowchilla

A business is only as good as the staff who represent it – and I can honestly say, we are proud and lucky to have Quad Knopf and Annalisa Perea on our team.

Brian Haddix

Public Works Director/City Engineer – City of Delano

“QK is a professional organization that provides trained knowledgeable staff who listen to our needs in the delivery of projects and services to the City.”

Roman Dowling, P.E.

Executive Director – Tulare County Association of Governments

“In working with QK, I have found their staff to be knowledgeable, responsive, and possess a solid working knowledge of engineering and of the overall project development process.  I especially want to commend their focus on emphasizing teamwork and collaboration between TCAG, their client agencies and Caltrans project representatives and their respect for communication and contractual obligations.”

Ted Smalley

Public Works Director – City of Hanford, CA

“The firm of QK, Inc., did a great job in soliciting input from our community and working with City staff in the development of our Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan. The staff of QK are experienced, professional and have a “can–do” attitude. I personally would recommend the firm of QK, Inc. for future planning studies of a similar nature.”

Lou Camara

Community Development Manager – City of Hanford, CA

“I have worked with QK on several projects including:  General Plan & Zoning Ordinance, Downtown East Precise Plan, and the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan.  I have enjoyed working with QK’s Consulting Firm, as they are creative in public participation, gathering input, and enticing the community with walking tours of specific projects.  QK has always presented themselves with professionalism, teamwork abilities, and submitted items in a timely manner.”

Melody Haigh

Staff Planner – City of Dinuba, CA

“I just wanted to thank you and your staff for all the hard work you all put into Dinuba’s Housing Element.  This process was new and daunting for me so it was reassuring to see your staff handle everything like the stone cold planners they are.”

Cristobal Carrillo