Industry News

​BGE Funds Cages to Clear Trash From Baltimore River

Date: January 2020Publication: Edison Electric Institute

In addition to their trash wheels in the waterways of Baltimore, BGE’s solar-powered floating trash cages also work to eliminate pollution throughout the state. KCI worked with Clearwater Mills to install these first-of-their-kind trash cage collection systems where the Middle Branch meets the company’s Spring Gardens facility.

GIS Drives Superhighway to Analytics Future

Date: January 21, 2020Publication: InformationWeek

Author: Jessica Davis

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is now monitoring traffic conditions by utilizing a host of applications and turning geographic information into multi-departmental assets. KCI assisted in designing and creating the incident data dashboard that compiles information from various sources and helps to shorten the Commission’s response time.

U.S. 13 Sewer Rehab Project mostly completed

Date: January 11, 2020Publication: Delaware State News

Author: Mike Finney

With the Kent County Levy Court’s $8.4 million U.S. 13 sewer rehabilitation project almost complete, the revamped pipeline has been slip-lined successfully with no service interruptions. KCI served as the engineer for the project and also performed public outreach for affected residents in the area.

Sandy Springs OKs design contract for Dalrymple sidewalk

Date: December 30, 2019Publication: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Author: David Ibata

KCI has been contracted to design a sidewalk that will be six feet wide and span 1,400 feet long along Dalrymple Road in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia. Other services will also include conducting a hydrology study for the road, a traffic study to support the mid-block crossing, utility and right-of-way coordination and post-design services.

Transit study slated for rapidly growing Williamson County hub

Date: November 26, 2019Publication: Nashville Business Journal

Author: Meg Garner

Cool Springs continues to experience significant development and traffic growth, which can directly impact mobility in the area.  KCI’s Cool Springs Transportation Network Study will analyze the traffic impacts of land development to create comprehensive strategies for the coordination of future development with infrastructure needs.

Nashville Crayfish Proposed Delisting Is A Hometown Success Story

Date: November 25, 2019Publication: The Chattanoogan

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to delist the Nashville crayfish, as it no longer meets the definition of an endangered or a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. KCI worked alongside the Cumberland River Compact and TWRA to remove two dams in the Nashville Zoo that had created a barrier to crayfish and other small aquatic life, preventing upstream migration and reducing biodiversity of the stream.

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