Category Archives: Life

Andy Rogers

Habitat for Humanity

11.19.2012 by Andy Rogers

Most of us at Key Tech thoroughly enjoy renovating things…it’s just in our blood as designers and engineers to take something old and outdated and transform it into something new and useful. Whether it’s refurbishing an old bike, or renovating a run-down vaudeville theater into our office, Key Techer’s are innately passionate about applying their talents and resources to improve something. Thus, it’s no surprise that a handful of Key Tech volunteers spent a day recently in the South Baltimore neighborhood of Brooklyn volunteering for Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake.

Dave Hershey

Engineering Beer

07.18.2012 by Dave Hershey

For the scientific mind, brewing is a fascinating activity – chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering are equally important to crafting the perfect pint.

Brian Murphy

Why Being an Engineer Makes you a Better Cook

06.20.2012 by Brian Murphy

I find pleasure in understanding the world around me and how it works. And thus, I’m an engineer.

Chad Schneider

Baltimore Grand Prix – Catch the Fever

08.09.2011 by Chad Schneider

Key Tech is looking forward to the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix! Our office is just a few blocks South of the course, and since the track walls and bleachers have started going up, we get to drive part of the race track every day.