Business Park Passes Certification, Architectural Legacy Retires, Klingner Selected for A/E Team, New Leadership, US-67, Welcome Mackie, Klingner Hosts HomeBuilders of Quincy, Apply Today!

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Business Park Passes Certification

Project Spotlight: Hannibal Lakeside Technology Park

Klingner & Associates has been assisting the Hannibal Board of Public Works to get a 110-acre tract of land, known as the Hannibal Lakeside Technology Park, certified for development.  This is just a piece of an overall project to develop the property for business and industry. Through a Missouri program called the Missouri Certified Sites Program, to achieve the status of a certified site, all environmental clearance and developmental planning must be completed, so that the site is essentially shovel ready.  

This particular property site is the 24th in Missouri and the only one within 50 miles of Hannibal to receive certification. Various Klingner departments worked very hard together to accomplish this acheivement. This certification is a very important step in attracting more development to the Hannibal community!  

An Architectural
Legacy Retires

Johnson Retires After 31 Years

On December 18th, the Galesburg office marked the retirement of past Architectural Director of Klingner Architectural Group and Galesburg Branch Manager, Bob Johnson.  He has truly left a legacy of architectural design within many communities throughout the tri-state area and educational campuses, including Monmouth College and Knox College.  He was a founding partner in the firm of Metzger Johnson Architects before joining the Klingner Architectural Group.  The Klingner Architectural Group looks forward to carrying on Johnson's mission of excellence in design.

New Leadership Roles

Mulch: Architectural Director

Klingner & Associates is proud to announce that Kim Mulch, AIA, LEED GA, is the new Director of Architecture of the Klingner Architectural Group.  Kim has been an Architect with Klingner since 1999.  He has years of experience in many aspects of architectural design within commercial, industrial, residential, educational/collegiate facilities and religious institutions.  He is also very knowledgable in master planning, feasibility studies, cost estimating, conceptual design and construction documents.  Kim holds a Masters in Architecture, has LEED certified qualifications and is licensed in 5 states.

Chinn: Galesburg Branch Manager

The Galesburg Branch Office will now be led by Chief Architect, Tony Chinn, AIA, CCS, LEED AP BD+C.  Tony has been an Architect with Klingner since 2013.  He has years of experience in all aspects in the architectural field.  He is also very knowledgable in building analysis, detailing, cost estimating, construction administration and post occupancy evaluation.  He has also worked on a variety of projects within commercial, industrial and educational/collegiate facilities.  Tony holds a Masters in Architecture, has LEED certified qualifications and is licensed in 3 states.

Klingner Hosts Quincy Area Homebuilders Association

January Meeting

Approximately 53 members of the Quincy Area Homebuilders Association attended the January meeting, that was hosted at Klingner's Quincy office.  Among the various presentations of the evening, Director of Architecture, Kim Mulch, gave a quick demonstration of the efficient and high tech Revit software that is being utilized for various projects of the firm.


Klingner Selected for A/E Team on $89M Project


The Quincy School Board voted Klingner & Associates, along with two other architectural/engineering firms to design the District's five new elementary schools and the addition to the Quincy High School.

The school board approved $5.3 million bid for Klingner & Associates, Architechnics and Poepping, Stone, Bach and Associates to design the buildings. Klingner & Associates will design the new Monroe Elementary and one other K-5 building. Architechnics will design the new Baldwin Elementary and one other K-5 building. Poepping, Stone, Bach and Associates will design the QHS addition and a K-5 building.  The board also voted to form a committee to determine the hiring of a construction manager to oversee projects and overall work.

Klingner & Associates is thrilled to have this opportunity and look forward to designing quality facilities for the students and staff of our community.  To view the proposed plans, visit:

Section of US-67 Opens

Klingner Engineering

This month, a segment of US-67 opened in Chapin IL.  Klingner transportation engineers completed the plans for IDOT on this section of the expressway.  Roger Driskell, IDOT Deputy Director of Highways and Region 4 Engineer, said the $39.6M, 6.5-mile project is another step in the four lane corridor from Alton to the Quad Cities.

Klingner Welcomes Joshua Mackie!


 Joshua Mackie joins the Burlington office as a Land Surveying Technician. He holds an Associate’s Degree of Arts, as well as an Associate’s of Applied Science in Drafting Technology and Emergency Medicine. He comes to us from a recently completed design engineer internship at Case New Holland. Joshua is also a veteran of the United States Air Force where he was an E-4/SrA – Firefighter. Welcome Josh – we’re happy to have you part of our team!

Apply to Join
Our Team Today!

Burlington Office

Structural Engineer

Quincy Office
Architectural/IDP Arch Intern
Mechanical Engineer

Hannibal Office
Materials Testing Technician

Galesburg Office
Mechanical Engineer
Railroad Engineer

Klingner & Associates is proud to be a strong, multiple location firm, that continues to add talent to our qualified team of professionals.

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