Services

krnls by the numbers

Federal agency partners

Regional and Economic Development work

City Partners

$8.9 million

Received in federal funding for various research, feasibility, and construction projects. 

$530 thousand 

Won in RFP funding from cities, regional agencies, and economic development firms. 

20 cities 

In partnership through research, development, construction, innovation, incubation, makerspaces, and smart cities projects.

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$8.8M in DoD funding in Rhode Island

Over $1.9M in security contracts in Texas

Over $110K in federal funding in Idaho

Over $15M in contracts in California

Over $150K in economic development contracts in Pennsylvania

Innovation hub feasibility study in Alberta

Two partnerships for innovation hubs and France

Partnership in COVID hot spot tracking between India, Taiwan, China, and Singapore

Innovation hub construction planning through a public/private partnership in Tokyo

around THE WORLD

FEASIBILITY

Feasibility and market assessments for placemaking projects.

PLACEMAKING

Design and construction of new locations for corridor development

CORRIDOR DEVELOPEMENT

Design and construction for new city corridors for vibrant and resilient communities

what people say

Since meeting Olga on a project focused on technology empowerment and creativity, I have been captivated by KRNLS vision, grit, and ethical delivery. KRNLS always gives insightful advice, thoughtful implementation and is always a force for good.

- LT. TODD COURSEY

DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY

KRNLS understands the impact of technology. Their history working with inventors and entrepreneurs in spaces like artificial intelligence, cloud development, and drone tech make them an ideal fit for the Great Lakes Hyperloop Consortium.

- ROB MILLER, HYPERLOOP TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY

Olga is a multi-talented leader who aligns vital stakeholders around a shared vision. She facilitates economic strategies that revitalize city economies, but also attract business and industry to a region. Olga is a genuine master at bringing a variety of talents, visions and resources together.

- CARMEN DOUVILLE, MARS DISCOVERY DISTRICT