Vice President and Regional Practice Leader Adam Rickey, PE, CPD, was quoted in the May 2020 Building Congress & Exchange newsletter. He discussed how KCI uses BIM technology to coordinate several aspects of design virtually, allowing teams to collaborate safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New interstate signs are being installed for the Watkins Mill interchange at I-270. KCI provided transportation design services for the new interchange in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
KCI was recently contracted by the City of Rehoboth Beach to conduct sewer manhole inspections. Utilizing the Sewer Line Rapid Assessment Tool or SL-RAT, which uses acoustic-based technology to detect blockage conditions in gravity-fed sewers, our team will inspect approximately 77,000 linear feet.
Rick MacInnes, PE, a manager providing risk management and operations support at KCI, was honored by a Maryland Society of Professional Engineers newsletter in their Member Spotlight section. The article delved into his history of construction engineering and his enthusiasm for recruiting new engineers to KCI.
KCI’s Chairman of the Board, Terry Neimeyer, PE, BCEE, ENV SP, F.ACEC, F.ASCE, was featured in a Maryland Society of Professional Engineers article in their spring newsletter. As the organization’s current Icon of the Industry, he discussed his background in environmental engineering, his involvement in zebra mussel protection and his desire to strive for sustainable infrastructure design.
Innovation is becoming increasingly important in many industries, including the mechanical/electrical/plumbing sector. Adam Rickey, PE, CPD, vice president and regional MEP practice leader at KCI, was interviewed on how 3D scanning and BIM programs contribute to collaboration between firms.