Jack Porter Will Lead Highway Design Growth in Pennsylvania

KCI welcomes Jack J. Porter, EIT, to the firm as practice leader. Based out of Pittsburgh, he will be responsible for growing the firm’s highway design capabilities in Pennsylvania.

Porter brings to the firm more than 45 years of transportation project management experience working in both the public and private sectors. Much of his extensive career was spent with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. In various roles, he has completed a wide array of major highway and bridge improvement projects including needs analyses, alternatives analyses, environmental clearance, preliminary engineering, final design and construction consultation for new expressways and interchanges, reconstruction and widening of existing highways, major structure replacements, and major intersection improvements. Working in high traffic urban areas, Porter has also implemented multi-faceted public involvement programs throughout the project lifecycle.

Jack brings extensive roadway design and project management experience to the firm with his years of work throughout the state,” said Vice President and Regional Practice Leader Stephen F. Drumm, PE. “He is well known and respected in the industry, and we look forward to building on his talents to grow the firm in Pennsylvania.

Stephen F. Drumm, PEVice President, Regional Practice Leader

Stephen F. Drumm, PE

Porter earned his associate’s degree in civil engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and is a registered engineer-in-training. He attended Texas Western University while in the U.S. Army and Lafayette Evening College upon his discharge from the service. Porter is a member of both the Pittsburgh and Southwest sections of the American Society of Highway Engineers and the Engineering Society of Western Pennsylvania. He has worked on several award-winning projects that were recognized on both the state and national levels.