Using Esri software, KCI partnered with the Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources to explore the benefits of virtual replicas of physical assets by developing a cloud-based operational digital twin of a real-world wastewater pumping station.
KCI’s Marshall Pearsall was a featured author in this industry publication with an article focused on RF emissions resulting from the installation of small cell equipment on utility poles.
A new marine debris device is set to be installed at the mouth of Gwynns Falls in Baltimore, where it empties into the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River. KCI provided piling, log grapple and installation design services for the trash wheel.
KCI is proud to be recognized among the area’s top engineering firms by the Baltimore Business Journal and top workplaces by Sun Media Group. Throughout the COVID-19, pandemic, the firm embraced change, found new ways to connect and adapted smoothly to the dynamic situation.
A public outreach campaign to gather residents’ input has begun for the revitalization of Duval Street in Key West, Florida. KCI is providing site planning services to redesign and update the iconic area.
KCI Chairman of the Board Terry Neimeyer, PE. F.ACEC, B.CEE, F.ASCE, was recently honored with an American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Outstanding Projects And Leaders (OPAL) Management award. This achievement recognizes expertise in construction, design education, government and management.