Nathan “Dail” Stancill to Lead Construction Inspection in Central Virginia

KCI welcomes Nathan “Dail” Stancill, CCM, to lead the firm’s construction engineering and inspection team in central Virginia. His responsibilities will include staff coordination and assignment, business development, and contract management for transportation projects throughout the state.

Stancill brings to the firm more than two decades of experience in project management, construction oversight and inspection for roadway improvements. He spent the first 12 years of his career in various roles with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), followed by seven years as a contractor overseeing traditional bid/build and design-build projects. Since that time, Stancill has worked as a consultant supporting the agency’s improvement program. Prior to joining KCI, he served as project manager for several ongoing contracts with VDOT including construction engineering and inspection (CEI) open-ends for the Richmond, Lynchburg and Hampton Roads districts as well as the Southgate Interchange in Blacksburg. He oversaw transportation work completed through the state’s Locally Administered Projects (LAP) program as well as agreements directly with local municipalities throughout southwest and central Virginia.

Through his extensive experience, Dail has developed and maintained a significant network with clients, other consultant firms, and the pool of available inspectors. He has maintained relationships with his former VDOT colleagues who are now in leadership positions with the state or local municipalities and has further established credibility by providing prompt and high caliber services. He will spearhead our efforts to expand within the Virginia transportation construction market.

Mary C. Wiedorfer, PE, CCM, PMP, LEED APVice President, Regional Practice Leader

Mary C. Wiedorfer, PE, CCM, PMP, LEED AP

Stancill’s tri-sector (government, contractor and consultant) expertise covers a wide range of improvements, including bridge replacements, roadway and interchange improvements, pavement repair, a trail extension, and downtown enhancements. His responsibilities regularly include contractor compliance, inspection/resident staff management, work order management, construction administration, claims analysis and project records documentation.

Stancill earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from North Carolina State University and a master’s certificate in project management from George Washington University. He is a certified construction manager, a Situational Leadership II facilitator, a Dale Carnegie graduate and a member of the Construction Management Association of America.