Ms. Stevenson is an environmental science technician in KCI’s Water Resources Practice in Delaware. She joined the firm in 2013 and primarily performs National Pollutant Discharge Elimination (NPDES) permit compliance monitoring services. Christina conducts municipal separate storm sewer (MS4) inventory and inspection of storm drain systems using global positioning system (GPS), Toughbook computer and pole mounted camera technology. To ensure quality and accuracy of MS4 inventory and inspection data collected by KCI field crews, she is responsible for reviewing the data for geometrical accuracy using ArcMap. Christina also collects water samples during wet weather sampling events; conducts outfall screening; and assists with fish community assessment in study area streams.
KCI’s ongoing updates to the comprehensive plan for the Town of Millville continued to develop in February.
Global Bridge Inspection System Market to Deliver Prominent Growth & Striking Opportunities during 2018-2026
Retail Dive, a publication that covers the latest retail industry news and trends, recently named KCI as one of the key players in the bridge inspection industry.
KCI was contracted to review floodplain documents and assess the compliance status of granting a variance for a Buckingham County ordinance.
EcoSense for Living aired an episode highlighting the Baltimore Trash Wheel. KCI provided engineering studies for the creation of the disposal facilities.