KCI offers a full range of multi-disciplined municipal engineering services to help towns, boroughs, cities, and counties manage their public works and development needs. Our expertise includes planning, zoning ordinance development and administration, subdivision plan review, traffic studies, park design, water/wastewater analysis and engineering, solid waste management, capital program management, and construction inspection. Our program managers, planners and engineers facilitate growth and resource management using legislative, policy, planning and design tools. Whether under an on-call contract or a formal agreement as town engineer and town planner, we provide the personalized attention of a small local consulting firm with the extensive resources of a large regional company.
- Capital program planning and management
- Asset management
- Comprehensive/land use planning and growth management
- Development plan review
- Downtown development district planning
- Policy development
- Engineering and design services
- Streetscape and roadway improvements
- Environmental compliance
- Utility investigation and design
- Resource management
- GIS and database applications development
Led by experienced professionals and supported by planners, engineers, designers, construction managers, inspectors, and surveyors, KCI knows what it takes to complete a wide variety of municipal projects. Our team enjoys a reputation for finding innovative, cost-effective solutions to engineering and construction challenges–an approach that builds trust and fuels opportunities for growth.
Over the last four decades, KCI has served in a variety of town engineer and town planner roles for a number of municipal governments. These valued opportunities to learn from this broad range of experience offers us a unique perspective which sets us apart from other consulting firms. We are able to see the town’s assets and infrastructure in the eyes of our clients and their constituents because we share the same “big picture” understanding of how their systems are inter-related.