As engineers, we’re privileged to be part of our clients’ growth stories. One of our favorites is that of Wichita-based Meritrust Credit Union, because their expansion to serve people throughout the region mirrors the type of investment we are intentional about making in our community.
America’s school districts are on a mission to modernize, and that’s creating a lot of opportunity for engineering firms with this niche expertise – like MKEC – to create a lasting impact on our children and our future. Large school bond issues are not only one of our specialty areas – they’re also among our favorite projects.
Over the past decade, our team has grown its K-12 expertise in and around the Midwest, earning a reputation as a trusted partner to architectural teams, public school districts and private schools who turn to us time and again for solutions-focused engineering services.
A relatively new but fast-growing church – founded in the mid-90s and moving into their new church in the early 2000s – was already needing to expand. Our challenge was to design systems that could seamlessly serve the structure with efficient heating and cooling that could handle variable requirements and changing needs to match church use.
Arthritis and Rheumatology Clinics of Kansas opened in the early 2000s but due to steady growth required a new location after just 10 years. We were tasked with designing an HVAC system that would provide efficient heating and cooling that could be easily varied among the various clinic areas.