Stantec, which provides professional consulting services in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management and project economics, said this week that it has added three new employees to the firm’s Charleston, South Carolina, office.
--Kevin McKeen, PE, is the firm's new senior transportation engineer.
With more than 20 years of experience in civil and transportation engineering, McKeen's areas of expertise include highway design, horizontal and vertical alignment design, signing and marking plans, right-of-way calculations, utility coordination and maintenance-of-traffic plans. McKeen has been a member of the American Society of Highway Engineers for nearly 15 years and is a registered professional engineer.
--Andy Egan, EIT, is Stantec's new transportation designer.
He is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Engineering and has more than four years of experience providing traffic engineering design services, which he has done on various projects. Previously, he worked for the South Carolina Department of Transportation as an associate traffic engineer and assistant geodetic technician, and also worked for the Cobb County, Georgia, Department of Transportation.
--Christopher Cook, Jr., EIT, will be the Charleston team's transportation engineer in training.
He recently graduated from the Citadel, where he earned a bachelor's in civil and environmental engineering. Cook has three years of experience as an engineering designer for clients such as Charleston County, Medical University of South Carolina, Clemson University, and Winthrop University.
Stantec employs a staff of more than 200 professionals in its offices, which are located throughout North and South Carolina.