Klingner & Associates PC
Business/Development Consultants Engineers Engineers
Brief History: In 1936, William H. Klingner joined the engineering firm of Bushnell and McCann, (founded in 1905 by Webster P. Bushnell in Quincy, Illinois). In 1949, the firm became W. H. Klingner and Associates, and later incorporated in 1985 as Klingner & Associates, P.C. In order to assist clientele in the Northeast Missouri region, the firm established a branch office in Hannibal, Missouri. In July of 2004, Klingner & Associates, P.C. announced its merger and expansion into Iowa and northwest Illinois through a reorganization with Metzger Johnson Architects and Geotechnics, Inc, which have offices in Galesburg and Burlington, Iowa. In January 2005, Hannibal Testing Laboratories, Inc. of Hannibal, Missouri became Geotechnics, a division of Klingner & Associates, P.C. In 2014, Metzger Johnson Architects and Klingner Architects joined forces to be known as the Klingner Architectural Group. Klingner opened an office in Pella, IA in 2015, and an office in Columbia, MO in 2016. Services Overview: Klingner offers a wide range of professional services including civil engineering, environmental engineering and structural engineering, as well as architecture, planning, and land surveying and geotechnical/construction material testing services. These services are provided to meet the needs of individuals, industrial and commercial businesses, municipalities, and governmental agencies. Our firm includes professionals licensed as professional engineers, structural engineers, architects, landscape architects, interior designers/space planners, soil scientists, geologists, asbestos inspectors, geographic information system specialists, and land surveyors. Projects designed by the firm have received awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers, Consulting Engineers Council of Illinois, American Consulting Engineers Council, Structural Engineer's Association of Illinois, Illinois Capital Development Board, Iowa Main Street, Steel Plate Fabricators Association and State, Regional and National Environmental Protection Agencies.