KFA Selected to Support San Jacinto River Authority’s Engineering Needs in Southeast Texas

KFA Selected to Support San Jacinto River Authority’s Engineering Needs in Southeast Texas

HOUSTON (August 2020) – KFA was selected to support the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) with on-call professional services with an emphasis on major and minor renewal/replacement initiatives. We look forward to providing high quality service to SJRA as they accomplish their mission to develop, conserve, and protect the water resources of the San Jacinto River basin.

Services provided by KFA for this assignment may include floodplain analysis, drainage, erosion control, permitting, grading, structural engineering, paving, construction administration, and GIS support. Our efforts will be led by Houston-based KFA team member Sheldon Buck, PE, ENV SP, who has served SJRA prior to joining KFA on projects for the Woodlands Wastewater Program Management, Water Receiving Facilities, and Wastewater Treatment Facility No. 1 Aeration Basin No. 1 & 2 Replacement.

“We look forward to bringing KFA’s proven capabilities in serving Texas public sector clients to the SJRA,” said KFA Senior Project Manager Sheldon Buck. “This latest contract builds upon our history of supporting regional water authorities, and we look forward to helping SJRA’s team as needs arise.”

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