Reston Virginia Office Now Open!
February 15, 2010
KAI is happy to announce the opening of its newest office in Reston, Virginia.
KAI has provided transportation engineering and planning services in the mid-Atlantic region of the US for over a decade. Since the Baltimore, Maryland, office opened in 2000, the firm has served the region through transit planning, long-range transportation plans, corridor studies, parking analyses, multi-modal studies, signal system timing, roundabout evaluations, traffic design, and transportation impact analyses for new developments. The Reston, Virginia, office will continue to grow the services available to the area, providing a more localized presence to better serve the needs of the Virginia/Washington DC communities. With our state-of-the-art research efforts and expertise, we look forward to helping the region achieve better transportation system performance in its neighborhoods for many years to come.
Brandon Nevers, PE, PTOE, Associate Engineer, will serve the Reston office as Office Manager. Brandon has 14 years of experience in traffic operations and design, long-range planning, pedestrian safety, parking, research and site circulation. Brandon has been with the Baltimore, Maryland, office since 2002, serving and building relationships with the local communities. He brings to Reston a creative and practical approach to transportation issues, which is supported by his diversity of project experience working with public and private-sector clients, broad geographical experience, active involvement in research activities, and collaborative working style.
John Callow, Senior Principal, will join the Reston office as a new member to the KAI team. John’s extensive experience includes transportation impact assessments, parking studies, master planning for colleges and universities, and planning/operation studies for infrastructure and transit facilities. John has been involved with many office complex and mixed-use developments in the Metropolitan Washington and Northern Virginia areas, and he recognizes the unique transportation characteristics of these projects. He has been active in access negotiations, mediation, and facilitation to develop effective decision making that harmonizes solutions to address transportation and infrastructure problems with surrounding communities. He has worked closely with various agencies to develop consensus among stakeholders and offer mitigation measures for transportation systems changes.
For more information, feel free to contact either member of the Reston office team (information provided below).
12120 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 600
Reston, Virginia 20190