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1805, 2022

Land Surveying: Why is it so Important?

May 18th, 2022|Industrial, News, Parks and Recreation|

  Success begins from the ground up. Since this is true for most projects in the built environment, what about the ground itself? Shouldn’t the land be the first thing measured, assessed, drawn and studied? Whether the project is a recreation trail, residence, roadway, industrial property, subdivision, commercial property, school campus, etc., a completed survey of the land will make any project easier to visualize and see to completion.   [...]

2601, 2022

How AI is Changing Transportation Asset Management

January 26th, 2022|News|

Knowing the condition of its transportation infrastructure is critical for local governments and municipalities. Additionally, having a sensible approach towards the capital investments needed to ensure the roads and their accompanying signage, signaling, sidewalks, stormwater, utility and landscape buffers remain in reasonable condition is critical to the economic health and long-term growth of the community. Asset Management provides the backbone necessary to inventory, assess conditions, maintain, monitor, and improve the [...]

2401, 2022

Keck + Wood Celebrates Community Development Promotions

January 24th, 2022|News, State Roads, Transportation Planning|

With the continual need for quality engineering service within our communities, Keck + Wood has experienced ongoing, strong growth in our Community Development Practice throughout the southeast. We are excited to announce the promotions of Greg Sistrunk, PE – Vice President & Community Development Georgia Market Leader, Tripp Barrineau, PLA – Landscape Architecture Sub Market Leader, and Robert Renwick, PE - Senior Project Manager.  Greg Sistrunk, PE - VP - [...]

1701, 2022

Keck + Wood Transportation Grows with Key Promotions

January 17th, 2022|News, State Roads, Transportation Planning|

With the strong growth in our Transportation Practice, Keck + Wood is pleased to announce the promotions of Clay Smith, PE to Vice President – Traffic Market Leader and Alex Simmons to Associate Vice President - Traffic Operations Sub Market Leader. Clay Smith, PE has been serving clients for more than 10 years. He contributes to the engineering profession through his involvement in associations such as The Institute of Transportation [...]

2212, 2021

How a Delicate Network of Food Banks, Pantries & Meal Programs Provide Comfort in Your Community

December 22nd, 2021|News|

Food Banks, Food Pantries and Meal Programs all play a vital role in supporting those in need because of financial hardships or food insecurity all year long. While volunteers and donations are at their highest peak during the holidays, this intricate network of supply continues throughout the year to provide a vital connection between nutritious food for growth & health, while preserving dignity, faith & trust. Looking deeper, what actually [...]

2012, 2021

Nathan Park Joins Keck + Wood as Senior Traffic Technician

December 20th, 2021|News, Transportation Planning|

We are pleased to announce that Nathan Park has joined Keck + Wood to serve clients in K+W’s Traffic Engineering Sector as a Senior Traffic Technician. Nathan’s 20+ years of signalization experience stems from the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of traffic signal equipment. This varied experience will be very beneficial to local and state governments in navigating through the complexities of traffic projects. “Nathan brings a new set of skills [...]

312, 2021

College Avenue Improvement Project Featured in Storm Water Solutions Magazine

December 3rd, 2021|News|

Keck & Wood was recently featured in the November 2021 issue of Storm Water Solutions magazine for our work on the College Avenue Improvement project in Rock Hill, South Carolina. This project was completed to help mitigate issues with downstream flooding and erosion that the City of Rock Hill was experiencing. Matt Crawford was the Design Engineer on the project and worked with the City to develop the best plan [...]

2909, 2021

Is Your Community Prepared for Streetscapes?

September 29th, 2021|News|

Ten Reasons Why Your Community is Ready for a Revitalized Streetscape Whether you're walking your dog around the block or rushing down a busy city street, you're enjoying the benefits of streetscaping. This term refers to the visual elements of roadways, adjoining buildings and sidewalks that work together to form a street's overall identity and character. At their core, streetscape projects aim to optimize various design aspects to create a [...]

1108, 2021

Navigating The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

August 11th, 2021|News|

The American Rescue Plan Act provides opportunities for communities to obtain funding to help reverse the devastating economic effects of COVID.   While the bill provides assistance for many different avenues for local governments to firm up and bolster their workforce training, education, broadband, and small business support; the act also provides the opportunity to invest in water-related infrastructure projects. These projects can include constructing publicly owned treatment infrastructure, managing [...]

2807, 2021

Pedestrian Safety and Beautification Breaks Ground in Doraville, Georgia

July 28th, 2021|News|

(DULUTH, GEORGIA) The City of Doraville broke ground today on the $3.0M New Peachtree Road Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Project to revitalize New Peachtree Road and three intersections including Park Avenue. This project will provide safety for pedestrians, as well as much needed landscape buffers and beautification features to accentuate this growing part of the city. “I am happy we are finally starting this streetscape initiative that was first envisioned [...]

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