• Sugar Hills
    Substation design and construction.
  • Perkins County, SD
    Rural Water System design and project management.
  • West of Minnewaukan, ND
    Transmission line design.
  • Minneapolis
    Aerial photography of City of Minneapolis, MN
Overview
For nearly 60 years, KBM has been providing professional consulting services in civil & electrical engineering, aerial photography, photogrammetric mapping, and geographic information systems. Our clients included federal & state governments, municipal utilities, land developers, landfills, mining companies, electrical energy producers and utilities. From our base of operations in Grand Forks, ND, KBM has satisfied clients from regions as diverse as northern Canada to the U.S. Virgin Islands, from Montana to Indiana. KBM’s staff has years of expertise, including 5 registered professional engineers, and 2 ASPRS certified photogrammetrists, along with numerous technical personnel and full time flight crew.

So whether it's an electric transmission line, water/sewage system, road & street development or aerial mapping, KBM has the tools to complete your project at a competitive cost. Contact us now to see what KBM can do for you.
We Can Help
Need an electric transmission line? No problem, KBM can map, design, coordinate and supervise your project. Electric System Planning? Water & Sewer systems? All easily within our capabilities. Our civil engineers have years of experience designing rural & urban water systems, solutions for composting of organic materials, street and road design, and bridge crossings. On the electrical side, we can cover both overhead and underground transmission lines, substations, housing, and commercial, and industrial development layouts. We have also engineered several extensive flood recovery and mitigation projects. Yet we do more than design things. KBM can also work with you to develop innovative approaches and designs to your projects, to find ways to fund projects, perform rate studies, and work out all permitting and right of way issues.