Answering the Call for a Regional NGL Facility

September 11, 2020

Our longstanding client partnership can be chalked up to this: years of tackling the hard projects, delivering on our promises, and perhaps most important, answering the call.

Helping Meritrust Grow in Wichita

August 7, 2020

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.

Celebrating Our Freedom, Honoring Their Sacrifices

July 1, 2020

Rarely do people stop to consider how that cemetery came to be or who helped make it so. That is – of course – by design. But like all engineering projects, there are many factors that go into cemetery design – starting with the idea of eternity.

The Great American Prairie Landscape

June 4, 2020

Living along the western edge of the Midwest is challenging for plants. That’s why we’ve embraced the plants of the American Prairie landscape, introducing native and adaptable plants from our region into our Wichita campus landscape over the years.

Stop the Summer Slide

May 5, 2020

At MKEC, supporting our community is unquestionably part of our DNA. With our options to pitch in and volunteer limited this year, we’ve been on the lookout for a way we can virtually support Wichita. Thanks to the Wichita Public Library, we found it!

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