KCI Associates of North Carolina, PA, a subsidiary of consulting engineer KCI Technologies Inc., welcomes Craig J. Hyman, PE, as a practice leader overseeing the firm’s traffic work in the Carolinas. His responsibilities in this role consist of securing and managing traffic contracts with current and future clients, developing a growth plan for the Traffic Engineering Practice and creating a backlog of contracted work in the region.
Throughout his 16-year career, Hyman has managed numerous contracts and project teams, delivering a range of traffic engineering solutions. His specialties involve all phases of planning, preliminary and final engineering design, construction engineering services, traffic signal and electrical design, signal timing, capacity analyses, signing and pavement delineation plans, lighting, traffic data collection, origin and destination studies, basic roadway alignment, maintenance and protection of traffic, and conceptual design of intelligent transportation systems (ITS). He recently completed a feasibility study of a 1.8-mile high-volume section of highway that required turning movement counts and crash data analyses, design of a four-lane road including strict right-of-way limitations as well as concern for environmental impacts, and pavement surface rehabilitation that improved the lifespan, accessibility, and safety of a roadway through milling and resurfacing of the five-mile stretch.
Craig is a welcome addition to the KCI team in North Carolina, and we look forward to him expanding KCI’s traffic engineering capabilities throughout the region. His experience and expertise will help the firm grow and diversify our transportation program.
R. Eric Burgess, PEVice President, Regional Practice Leader
Hyman earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and is a registered professional engineer in North Carolina, South Carolina, Delaware and New Jersey. He is a member of the American Council of Engineering Companies North Carolina (ACEC NC)/North Carolina Department of Transportation Joint Conference Committee, the ACEC NC Legislative Committee, ACEC Business Practices Committee the American Society of Highway Engineers, and the North Carolina Section Institute of Transportation Engineers.