Rob Macoy, VP, Power Practice Regional Practice Leader
Great leadership turns out to be a huge asset for enterprises aiming to target higher growth.
FREMONT, CA: KCI, the engineering and construction solution provider, appointed and welcomed James Curran, PE, onboard as land development leader to lead and improve KCI’s land development work in the Delaware region. James Curran comes with extensive experience in both the public and private sector in his career spanning 26 years.
The qualifications possessed by James include a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Delaware. A registered member in the American Society of Civil Engineers, as well as, a registered professional engineer, James has proven hands-on experience in a range of civil engineering-related projects.
James has already covered land development and design, construction planning and design, construction project management, supervision of commercial as well as residential projects and many such aspects of civil engineering in his career. He has designed big and small residential areas, commercial facilities of small as well as large capacities, and has done many other construction projects like restaurants, churches, and even military facilities. With certified approval for construction in many jurisdictions, his work is recognized in varied regions.
As KCI embarks on expanding land development projects, this appointment is of strategic importance to the company. KCI is excited to see James's innovative and relevant yet cost-effective ideas, which cater to the ever-evolving client demands. The company envisions high growth coupled with better capabilities, technical expertise, and persistence.
Winning a mention in Utilities Tech Outlook's Top 10 Transmission and Distribution Solution Providers, KCI is renowned for specializing in several areas concerning infrastructure and development in broad-ranging fields. Rob Macoy, VP, Power Practice, Regional Practice Leader at KCI says, “KCI leverages innovative strategies and develops practical and cost-effective solutions to address the challenges in the evolving utilities environment.”