Our Company

 

QK provides a full array of services. Whatever the needs of your project, we have an expert team waiting to tackle it. We’ll work with you to meet your budget and timeline with an innovative and creative solution.

We aren’t satisfied with a project until you are. We pride ourselves on providing the best client experience possible. When your project is complete, we’ll follow up with you to determine where we excelled, and where there was room for improvement. Our aim is to constantly improve our processes so each client has a better experience than the last.

Our process

Onboarding

 

We’ll research your project and build out an in-depth proposal. Once you’ve evaluated our proposal, we’ll sign contracts to begin work

 

Project Prep

 

During the preparation phase we’ll plan our workflow, develop subcontracts, and have a project kickoff.During the kickoff meeting we align our team’s focus to ensure success.

 
 
 

Launch

 

This is where the work begins. After our kickoff we get started with the project management, oversight and technical work

 

 

Wrap-Up

 

Once our project reaches the end phase, we begin tying up any loose ends. We’ll close out records and ensure all outstanding funds are sent or received.


Teaming Partners

For over a decade, VRPA Technologies, Inc. has teamed with Quad Knopf on a variety of projects in the San Joaquin Valley both as a sub and as a prime contractor. We have come to value this partnership and the expertise, commitment, and professionalism their staff brings to the table. With Quad Knopf, we can count on quality products and a level playing field. Quad Knopf’s President, Michael Knopf, is a well-respected businessman whom I am pleased to call friend.
Georgiena Vivian
President, VRPA Technologies, Inc.
Rarely in the world of environmental solutions do you find a company with the depth, knowledge and understanding that we find in Quad Knopf. Having worked with Quad on many projects over the years, I continue to be impressed with the integrity and talent of their organization.
Ronald Hunter
MANAGING PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT INSIGHT ENVIRONMENTAL – TRINITY CONSULTANTS, INC.
QK and DeWalt Corporation, despite having similar professional services, have partnered on many projects in support of QK’s large utility clients. QK is sensitive to and supports the inclusion of diverse suppliers to benefit their large utility projects.
Jeffrey A. Gutierrez
PLS, CFEDS | PRESIDENT, DEWALT CORPORATION
I have worked with Quad Knopf for over 25 years as a sub consultant. Their values are the same as BSK Associates where they treat their client and sub consultant as a true partnership to provide their clients solutions to complex projects.
On Man Lau
PE, GE | SOUTH VALLEY REGIONAL MANAGER BSK ASSOCIATES ENGINEERS & LABORATORIES

Awards and Recognitions

American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year – Large Award – Mountain Road 219 Bridge Replacement Project (Team Member)
2014
Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) Local Motion Award Winner, Transit Category – Woodlake Transit Center Project
2014
San Joaquin Valley Blueprint Award of Merit, Transportation Enhancement – Whitney Transit Center
2014
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year ($5 – $25Million) Award – SR 198 Plaza Drive Widening & Interchange Modification (Team Member)
2014
Tree Fresno Arbor Day Award – Fallen Heroes Park
2015
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year, Small Cities/Rural Communities, Building/Structure (Recreation) – Fallen Heroes Park
2015
San Joaquin Valley Blueprint Award of Merit, Residential – California State University, Bakersfield Student Housing Complex
2015
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year, Small Cities/Rural Communities, Transportation – Woodlake Multi-Phased Downtown Enhancement Project
2016
American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) California, Engineering Excellence Project of the Year Commendation Award (Small Projects) – Cameron Creek Colony Emergency Water Supply Project
2017
San Joaquin Valley Blueprint Award of Excellence, Transportation Enhancement Project – Woodlake Multi-Phased Downtown Enhancement Project
2017
California Urban Forests Council, Designing with Trees: Retail or Commercial Venues Award – Woodlake Multi-Phased Downtown Enhancement Project
2017
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year, Small Cities/Rural Communities, Building/Structure (Recreation) – Garden in the Sun Park
2018
Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) 7th Annual Local Motion Award for Bike or Pedestrian Project – South Farmersville Boulevard Street Improvement Project
2018
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year, Small Cities/Rural Communities, Building/Structures– Woodlake Community Center (Team Member)
2014
American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) California Engineering Excellence Awards, Merit Award – Small Firm – Mountain Road 219 Bridge Replacement Project (Team Member)
2014
California Chapter, Central Section of the American Planning Association (APA) Planning Award of Merit, Comprehensive Planning: Small Jurisdiction – Hanford Downtown East Precise Plan
2014
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year (Under $5Million) Award – Mulcahy Park
2014
Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) Local Motion Award, Bike and Pedestrian Project – Woodlake Multi-Phased Downtown Enhancement Project
2015
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year, Building/Structure (Recreation) – McNamara Park
2015
American Public Works Association (APWA), Central Valley Chapter Project of the Year, Small Cities/Rural Communities (Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair) – Cameron Creek Colony Emergency Water Supply Project
2015
California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) Award of Excellence, Park Planning – McNamara Park
2016
American Public Works Association (APWA) Public Works Project of the Year, Small Cities/Rural Communities (Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair) – Cameron Creek Colony Emergency Water Supply Project
2017
Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) Local Motion Award Winner, Innovative and Sustainable Transportation – Woodlake Roundabout Project
2017
Tree Fresno, Arbor Day Landscape Award – Woodlake Multi-Phased Downtown Enhancement Project
2017
League of California Cities, Helen Putnam Award for Excellence, Planning & Environmental Quality – Cameron Creek Emergency Water Supply Project (Team Member)
2017
American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) California, Engineering Excellence Project of the Year Commendation Award (Transportation) – Woodlake Multi-Phased Downtown Enhancement Project
2018
California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) District 7, Outstanding Facility – Woodlake Downtown Plaza and Courtyard and Plaza
2018