Existing Route 209 Bridge over Rochester Creek
KC is proud to once again have participated in the American Heart Association's Tri-County Heart Walk! The KC Team helped to promote physical activity to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. As a company, we recruited over 30 team members and raised a grand total of $7,576, including a generous match of our team donations by KC’s President, Raj Ravilla.
Thank you to everyone who registered to walk with the KC team, helped us spread the word, or donated! Together we really can help make a difference, and we appreciate of all your continued support!
Congratulations to the Town of Wallkill for receiving a cost-saving infrastructure hardening grant and loan! To learn more about the grant and loan awarded and the projects the Town of Wallkill are commencing utilizing it, please read the full press release below or download the release here.
Congratulations to the Town of Bethel for receiving a cost-saving CWSRF loan! To learn more about the loan awarded and the projects the Town of Bethel are commencing utilizing it, please read the full press release below or download the release here.
KC Engineering and Land Surveying, P.C.
For the latest news on KC, our valued clients, and our exciting projects, be sure to follow us on social media:
The Village of Wappingers Falls, with Village Engineer Jay Paggi, Jr., P.E. of KC, teamed up with Renewage, LLC and Southern Dutchess News to implement a new storm water wetland system to combat growing pollution problems and flooding.
Every year, KC comes together with family, friends, and valued clients to celebrate the holidays and the successful completion of another year! In 2016, KC gathered at the Meadowbrook, with about 100 guests in attendance.
Twice a year, the KC Circleville office comes together to perform roadside clean-up services along Goshen Turnpike. Here are some pictures of our employees from our Spring 2017 cleanup:
Congratulations to the Village of Wappingers Falls / KC Team in receiving funding from NYSERDA's NY Prize Competition in Stage 1. The Village intends to use this generous grant to increase its resiliency in the face of natural disasters and emergencies and to improve Village infrastructure overall. Stage 1 award gives us the opportunity to conduct feasibility studies. At the end of this stage, there will be further competition for Stage 2, Design, and Stage 3, Construction.
In the 42nd volume, 6th issue of the Hudson Valley Hornet, a Dutchess County newspaper created by Charles McCluskey, Village of Wappingers Falls Mayor Matt Alexander talks about upcoming projects in the Village utilizing the grant money it recently was awarded from the NY Prize, phase 1. We look forward to the many successful projects ahead of us!
To read more, you can download the article here.
Existing Route 28 Bridge over Esopus Creek
KC is proud to participate in the American Heart Association's Wear Red Day! Our offices wore red in support of the AHA and to raise awareness for heart research, and we enjoyed a spread of heart-healthy snacks as our Heart Walk team kicks off our fundraising!
KC also participated in a hands-only CPR training event hosted by the American Heart Association at KC's Circleville and Poughkeepsie offices! The office learned how to perform hands-only CPR and got to practice the skill, which might help save a life!
Congratulations to the KC Team, including Design-Builder ECCO III Enterprises, Inc., for being selected as the Best Value Team for the NYSDOT's D900034 Region 8 Bridge Replacement (Ulster County) Design-Build project! This large project required long hours and detailed work from dozens of KC employees spanning three offices, and now that our team has been awarded the project the work will only continue!
Thank you to the hard work of our team on this project, which demonstrates KC's depth and breadth of engineering talent as well as our dedication to providing excellent engineering services.