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Chris Workman speaks to Seniors at Thomas Dale High School 

 

Erosion and Sediment PresentationAt the request of Mr. Al Stafford,

Science teacher for Chesterfield County, Christopher A. Workman, P.E. presented a program on Erosion and Sediment Control to a group of about 25 seniors at Thomas Dale High School. Read More 

 

New Hire: Survey Dept

 

New Survey Project Manager
Joe Ketchem

Koontz-Bryant is happy to welcome Joe Ketchem, our new Survey Project Manager. Joe brings with him over 33 years of experience in land surveying. "We're excited to have such an experienced and talented survey manager join our team!", says Vice President, George Bryant.

 

See Joe's Bio here.

 

 

 Koontz-Bryant Poll  

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October 2011

Hello Everyone! I'm Alyah Bowler, the new Marketing Director of Koontz-Bryant, and I am on a mission this month. I'm trying to get our fan base on Facebook to 100 "likes" before the end of the year. Please help me achieve this goal by visiting our Facebook Page and clicking the "Like" button. I will be posting important industry information on a regular basis as well as keeping all our fans up to date on the newest government regulations that may affect our clients.

 

In other Koontz-Bryant news, we're so please to congratulate Martha Shotwell on her 10 year anniversary! Martha received a surprise breakfast party in her honor and was awarded a custom picked Koontz-Bryant shirt for her 10 years of service. See pictures here. Congratulations Martha!

 

Also celebrating an anniversary was Josh Wilburn who's been with us for 7 years. Congratulations Josh!

 

We'd also like to welcome Joe Ketchem to the team. Joe is our newest Survey Project Manager, and he brings with him over 33 years of experience in land surveying. You can read his full bio here. Welcome to the team Joe!

Recreation Facilities will be Affected by

ADA Regulation Changes

After soliciting public comment, the Department of Justice amended its regulations implementing Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), applicable to all commercial and public facilities, and to certain private businesses that accommodate the public. To minimize compliance burdens on entities subject to more than one legal standard, the Department of Justice adopted the revised 2010 ADA design standards for accessible design to harmonize with the Federal standards implementing the Architectural Barriers Act and with the private sector model codes that are adopted by most states. Client inquiries prompted Koontz-Bryant, P.C. to host seminars on the regulation changes pertaining to exterior site design.  Koontz-Bryant is a Richmond, VA based multi-disciplined design and civil engineering firm that specializes in site development solutions.

Recreation Facilities affected by ADA Regulation Changes
ADA Regulation Changes

 

We look forward to continuing to serve you in 2011, and hope to have an opportunity to talk with you.  Don't forget to follow us on our social media sites!

If you'd like us to present a seminar on the ADA regulation changes or another related subject please give us a call at 804-740-9200, or e-mail us at kbpc@koontzbryant.com.

Sincerely,

The 
Koontz-Bryant Team

Koontz-Bryant, P.C.

1703 North Parham Road, Suite 100 · Richmond, VA 23229
Phone: (804) 740-9200 · Fax: (804) 740-7338
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