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Architecture & Engineering (AE)

KMEA has provided multidisciplinary engineering services on an extensive array of projects throughout the United States. Our staff of engineering professionals are fully involved in the entire project process from initial site studies and planning through final design and construction.

Over time, our portfolio has grown in diversity, enabling us to provide our clients with a special engineering perspective and expertise in many areas of development, including:

  • Grading and drainage plans
  • Hydraulic and hydrology studies
  • Providing construction management during project development
  • Roadway design
  • Site utility development
  • Stormdrain and sewer system design
  • Stormwater compliance
  • Supervising the construction permitting process

Many of our professionals are licensed engineers, and we also have staff members who are LEED accredited and Qualified SWPPP Developers (QSDs) and Practitioners (QSPs).

Our engineers actively follow new regulations and utilize new engineering technologies in our design work. Our technological knowledge extends into the latest building information modeling (BIM) and collaboration software platforms. In addition, we know how to integrate Civil 3D site and Revit models into project site design.

KMEA's services include:

Construction Services

  • Construction management
  • Cost estimating
  • Quality assurance
  • Title II construction inspection


Design Services

  • Civil engineering
  • Computer-aided design and drafting (CADD)
  • Concept design for design-build
  • Facility assessments
  • Geographic information systems (GIS)
  • Infrastructure planning and design
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Program management
  • Technical writing
  • Traditional architecture and engineering (A/E) design (Title I)



  • Airport encroachment planning
  • Environmental planning
  • Infrastructure capacity studies
  • Local land use controls
  • Noise abatement studies
  • Parking studies
  • Site master planning
  • Urban planning