Kasberg, Patrick & Associates, LP (KPA) has provided creative solutions to infrastructure challenges in Texas communities since 1983 using the latest technology and ingenuity along with quality customer service and ethical business practices. We are a professional engineering firm experienced in water resources, supply, treatment and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, drainage, transportation and special civil engineering analysis and studies.
The knowledge, creativity and energy of our people stimulate enthusiasm, excellence and innovation.
We believe that quality is an attitude toward measurable improvement.
Our firm has received four “Engineering Excellence Awards” from the American Council of Engineering Companies for outstanding projects in the State of Texas. Our latest award received was for the expansion to the City of Temple Water Treatment Plant which utilized state-of-the-art membrane filtration technology. We have been featured in several national magazines. One of those national magazines, Civil Engineering News, selected KPA out of approximately 10,000 engineering firms as their first profiled company in their “Firm Profile” series. We were also featured in the national magazine, Environmental Protection. The article detailed the process of converting treated sewage sludge – once considered a waste product – into a valuable resource. This is just one example of the innovation and technology that KPA brings to their profession and community. KPA received the Municipal Consultant of the Year award for two consecutive years from the City of Pflugerville, Texas for our work involving streets and drainage projects.
KPA, formerly Roming, Parker & Kasberg, L.L.P. was established in 1983 by W. Clay Roming, P.E. Because Roming began the firm with a well-defined vision of goals and high expectations from employees and clients alike, the high standards he defined from the beginning still remain and are reflected in the work we produce and the quality personnel we employ. KPA prides itself in providing consulting engineering services on a “client basis” instead of the more common “project basis”. The firm maintains long standing relationships with municipal and governmental clients because of this approach. Regardless of the size or nature of the service required, the interest of the client is always paramount in completing the assignment.