KCI teamed up with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) to design and implement on-site improvements for the natural area at Sequatchie Cave in Marion County.Read More
Brian Wagner conducted an analysis of the performance of three stormwater sites under 1,000-year storm conditions similar to the event that flooded Ellicott City, Maryland, in July of 2016. The storm dropped 6.6-inches of rainfall in a three-hour period, causing catastrophic damage to the historic mill town.Read More
Custom tools and geodatabases facilitate efficient mapping, water quality investigations, data storage and reporting as part of NPDES compliance efforts.Read More
Storm drain system inventory and inspection is an important part of NPDES permit compliance. When…Read More
KCI provided construction management and inspection services for Houston’s first Greenroads certified corridor.Read More
The North Carolina Section of the American Water Works Association (NC AWWA) & The North Carolina Member Association of the Water Environment Federation (NC WEA) recently featured Marco Menendez, the Southern water/wastewater practice leader, in the spring 2019 issues of their magazine, NC Currents.
The Noovis board has entered into exclusive negotiations with Broadband Connect, LLC, in partnership with Last Mile Broadband of Maryland LLC, Noovis and KCI, to serve the entire Captain’s Cove community with broadband fiber.
After submitting traffic data showing a projected amount of vehicles entering and exiting the planned Charles Carroll Community Center, KCI was subsequently contracted to design a deceleration lane and develop cost estimates for the addition.
The I-59/I-20 Corridor, the Largest Project in the History of Birmingham, Ala., Looks to Reinvent the City’s Business District
The massive I-59/I-20 interchange renovation project has been initiated in Birmingham, Alabama. KCI provided LiDAR scanning, 3-D models and survey support.