Industry News

Lawmakers Hope New House Day Care Will Keep Staff On Capitol Hill

Date: January 1, 2019Publication: NPR

Author: Susan Davis

A new day care for children of U.S. House representatives is preparing to open in Washington, DC. The 26,000 square foot facility will help to mitigate childcare concerns for Congress employees and includes a playground of miniature monuments. KCI provided construction engineering, inspection and management for this project.

U.S. 301 Toll Road Through Middletown, Del., Nearly Ready

Date: December 28, 2018Publication: Transport Topics

Author: Ben Mace

Construction on the new U.S. 301 E-Z Pass toll road that runs from Middletown, DE, to Route 1 is coming to a close. The $636 million project, headed by the Delaware Department of Transportation, will serve to alleviate traffic from the old Route 301 in the area. KCI is providing construction engineering, inspection and management services for multiple segments of the road.

Rehoboth kicks off comp plan update

Date: December 21, 2018Publication: Cape Gazette

Author: Chris Flood

The city of Rehoboth, Delaware, kicked off its comprehensive plan on December 14 with its board of commissioners and the city planning commission. The plan will dictate the next two years of budgeting and development through staff meetings, a resident survey and public outreach efforts. KCI is providing public planning consultation services for the city.

The Top 10 in Trenchless Engineering for 2018

Date: December 13, 2018Publication: Trenchless Technology

Author: Andrew Farr

KCI was named one of the top 10 engineering firms providing innovative trenchless design in 2018 for our work on the SH-181 Harbor Bridge in Corpus Christi, Texas. The KCI team provided subsurface utility engineering, research and GIS coordination to map more than 570,000 linear feet of utilities in support of the design-build contract.

Corpus Christi’s New U.S. 181 Harbor Bridge to Become Nation’s Longest Cable-Stayed Span

Date: December 11, 2018Publication: Texas Contractor

Author: Erica Bender

The five-year, $802 million Harbor Bridge replacement project in Corpus Christi, Texas, is nearing the halfway point. The replacement bridge aims to mitigate safety concerns with an update to the structural components of the current bridge. KCI is providing subsurface utility engineering, utility design, and water/wastewater main improvements for this major undertaking.

Water/Wastewater Sector Keeps Contractors Busy and Seeking to Hire

Date: December 3, 2018Publication: Construction Executive

Author: Lauren Pinch

As water/wastewater construction spending is expected to rise to $41.7 billion in 2019, the public works sector continues to invest in improvements such as the $17 million Eastern Correctional Institution’s wastewater treatment plant upgrade in Somerset County and the Annapolis Water Reclamation Facility dewatering building rehabilitation. KCI is providing design and construction management services, including stormwater, sediment and erosion management, for these Maryland projects.

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