The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has honored KCI Chairman of the Board Terry F. Neimeyer, PE, ENV SP, BCEE, F.ASCE, with an Outstanding Projects And Leaders award in the management category. He was recognized as an outstanding civil engineering leader for his lifetime accomplishments and exceptional management skills throughout his professional career.
A playground, amphitheater, ball court and classrooms are part of a 50,000-square-foot addition that is being designed for the 15,000-square-foot Cherokee Youth Center in North Carolina. KCI provided landscape architecture services for the new afterschool community facilities.
KCI implemented an innovative solution of asset register and GIS services for the massive Vista Ridge Pipeline project using Cityworks and ArcGIS. Project managers Alan Foster, GISP, and Joe Murk, GISP, PMP, created an interface that addressed security, scalability and portability for the water line that now supplies 44 million gallons of water daily to the residents of San Antonio.
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 Communications Infrastructure team is utilizing a new warehouse facility in Maryland to assemble and prepare wireless technologies for seamless installations on project sites.
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.