KCI provides a full range of documentation, analysis, management, restoration and remediation services to protect and improve environmental resources. We recognize the delicate balance between a technologically progressive society and an ecologically sound environment. As rising sea levels and dwindling resources make headlines across the globe, our scientists, geographic information system (GIS) specialists, and engineers are busy restoring damaged ecosystems, and preserving our world, be it a wetland, protected species’ habitat or historic property. We are well versed in applicable state and federal laws and regulations governing documentation of flora and fauna. KCI’s clients have come to rely on our breadth of expertise in managing natural and water resources as well as associated geospatial data.
Our team of engineers, environmental scientists, planners, modelers, GIS analysts and business analysts provides a multi-disciplinary approach to planning, water quality management, and facilities design, and resource/asset management and mapping. In addition to guiding projects through preservation and compliance procedures, this group of environmental scientists and engineers specialize in terrestrial and aquatic assessment, wetland creation and mitigation design, stream restoration, permitting, fish passage design, dam removal, permitting, biological monitoring, and environmental construction. Water resource engineers and planners offers clients expertise in a wide variety of services, including watershed assessments, hydrologic/hydraulic studies, bridge scour assessments and analysis, NPDES, comprehensive stormwater management, erosion and sediment control, flood control, habitat enhancement, and open and closed storm drain design. Our highly skilled team of GIS (geographic information systems) experts, analysts, enterprise system architects, programmers, and technicians is supported by state-of-the-art hardware and software.
Our scientists also develop innovative approaches, via the integration of multiple objectives and funding resources to bring them to fruition. These include Integrated project delivery approaches such as design-build, construction management, ecosystem restoration and management, full delivery projects, and Payment for Ecological Services. The firm’s Resource Management Discipline includes our subsidiary, KCI Environmental Technologies and Construction, which provides design-build mitigation and restoration solutions for streams, wetland, and dam removal projects.