Karges-Faulconbridge, Inc. (KFI Engineers) acquires Wentz Associates, Inc.

Karges-Faulconbridge, Inc. (KFI), St. Paul, MN, a recognized industry leader in process and facility infrastructure design, announced today that it has reached an agreement to acquire Wentz Associates, an Edina, MN-based mechanical and electrical engineering firm.

Wentz Associates, Inc., Consulting Engineers, was founded in 1977 by Curtis Wentz. In December 2011, Thomas Wentz and Lawrence Justin purchased the firm. Wentz Associates provides mechanical and electrical engineering in a broad range of markets including, education, healthcare, commercial, municipal, industrial, hospitality, and data centers.

“KFI and Wentz share a common culture of design excellence,” said James A. Faulconbridge, P.E, KFI’s President. “We are very pleased that the Wentz team has chosen to join forces with us. We are excited to welcome such an experienced group, and to expand our capacity to serve key clients throughout the Midwest.”

“Wentz Associates is looking forward to joining the KFI team. This decision will broaden our reach, expand our resources and bring specialized expertise not found elsewhere in this market,” commented President Tom Wentz. “We are excited to grow our ability to serve our key clients while maintaining our long-standing commitment to quality.”

About KFI Engineers
KFI Engineers is a recognized industry leader in process and facility infrastructure design and performance. The firm serves clients in the United States, Canada and Central America and has capabilities not commonly found in traditional engineering firms, including commissioning, and the ability to drive large mechanical and electrical infrastructure projects. KFI was established in 1996 and has offices in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and North Dakota. Additional information is available on at http://www.KFIengineers.com.

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