KCI’s ongoing updates to the comprehensive plan for the Town of Millville continued to develop in February. With language refined and details fleshed out, the plan is on track for submission in April, leading to an expected approval and implementation in June.
Global Bridge Inspection System Market to Deliver Prominent Growth & Striking Opportunities during 2018-2026
Retail Dive, a publication that covers the latest retail industry news and trends, recently named KCI as one of the key players in the bridge inspection industry. With the number of structurally deficient bridges growing across the nation, the market for both roadway and railway bridge inspections is expected to expand significantly over the next eight years with increased usage of portable and compact bridge inspection systems.
The Buckingham County Board of Supervisors recently approved variances for the local floodplain’s route. KCI was contracted to review floodplain documents and assess the compliance status of granting a variance for the county’s ordinance.
An environmental television series, EcoSense for Living, produced by the Public Broadcasting Service aired an episode highlighting how Baltimore’s Trash Wheel is helping to clean up the inner harbor and raise awareness about water pollution. KCI provided engineering studies for the creation of the disposal facilities.
As a longtime supporter of STEM education and student mentoring, KCI is pleased to work with Baltimore County Public Schools and Dundalk High School as part of P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College-High School). The program is designed to provide students with the education and training needed for entry-level positions in a science, technology, engineering and mathematics related field.
The Nashville Business Journal recently highlighted KCI’s involvement in Amazon’s new billion-dollar development in the city’s downtown area. Our team performed a traffic-impact study, which shows how the new site is expected to impact downtown commutes.