Since 1953, we have worked with building owners, campus and facility managers, condominium association boards and architectural firms, putting our client’s best interests at the forefront. Pragmatic and practical, we push the envelope while being mindful of budgets, consistently delivering superior results in high-rise buildings, campus environments, condo buildings and famous landmarks, including the Shedd Aquarium, O’Hare International Airport and Loyola University. If you are in the Chicago or Philadelphia areas, call on—and count on—Klein & Hoffman.
“When I put a team together, they need to understand they’re part of the team. We all work together. Klein & Hoffman has become part of that team.”
“At Klein & Hoffman, they’re not afraid to look at things a little differently.”
“They’re cooperative, easy to work with and very thorough. It has been a very good relationship.”
“The guys I work with are easy to get a hold of. They prioritize me and my needs and they meet timeline expectations.”
“They’re value engineers and they’re better at it than most.”
The firm launches a new brand identity
Jay H. Paul receives the John F. Parmer Award by the SEAOI Structural Engineers Association of Illinois
Scott Compton joins the firm as an Associate Principal / Managing Principal in Philadelphia
K&H reorganizes with a renewed focus on restoration architecture and structural engineering.
Jon M. Boyd receives Distinguished Service Award from Structural Engineers Association of Illinois
K&H acquires Schoengart and Associates, Inc. expanding building assessment expertise and adds resource planning services
Klein and Hoffman celebrates 50th Anniversary
Philadelphia Buildings group begins
New York City branch office opens
Klein and Hoffman celebrates 40th Anniversary
Frank Klein, ASCE Fellow receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Illinois Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers for over 50 years of extensive society involvement including serving as president in 1964
Chicago A/E Group is started
Klein and Hoffman, Inc. is reorganized after Frank Klein and Edward Hoffman sell their stock to five Vice Presidents within the firm
First branch office is opened in Philadelphia, PA under the leadership of Jagdish Syal, S.E., P.E.
Engineering division of the firm changes name to Klein and Hoffman, Inc.
Edward Hoffman joins the firm
Frank Klein and Edward S. Hoffman, S.E., P.E. work together on Fort Wayne National Bank Building
The Frank Klein Company is founded