Kathy Hoverman is a senior stream restoration designer for KCI’s Natural Resources Practice and leads ecological restoration design for the Mid-Atlantic Region. She has over a decade of experience providing technical engineering and ecological expertise for a wide range of stream assessment, design, construction and monitoring projects. Working out of KCI’s Richmond, Virginia, office, Kathy utilizes her engineering education for hydrologic, hydraulic, and sediment assessments and design as well as her biological education for biota criteria understanding and ecological design to provide a broader perspective and understanding for working with diverse project teams and clients.
Kathy holds bachelor’s degrees in civil-environmental engineering and conservation and environmental sciences along with a master’s degree in biology. She is a registered professional engineer in Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia, and also serves as secretary of the AFS-BSE and ASEC-EWRI Joint Committee of Fish Passage where she supports the committee’s mission of promoting technical understanding of fish passage.