Kyle Kindle, PE
Senior Project Engineer
My favorite projects are local public work projects. I enjoy seeing the projects I design and construct being used and adding value to the community.
Kyle grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana and graduated from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Kyle specializes in grading and drainage, roadway design, and construction administration. His first large project after graduating was the Dan Cameron Bridge in Wilmington, North Carolina. Kyle designed the 7,400 ft box girder bridge over the Cape Fear River on I-140 North of Wilmington.
Since then, Kyle has worked for the URS, the Bureau of Reclamation, Carter & Burgess, and PBS&J. Throughout this period, he designed multiple highway, major infrastructure, and airport improvement projects. He joined Goff in 2016 and serves as one of the senior project engineers.
When he is not working, Kyle enjoys mountain biking, canyoneering, and soccer (COYS).