About GKY

Dedicated to Water Resources and Environmental Sciences

GKY is one of Virginia’s largest consulting groups dedicated to water resources and environmental sciences. We bring decades of expertise to every project – we’ve been providing innovative water resources engineering, policy & planning, environmental science, and other support solutions for more than 45 years. Our state-of-the-art services help clients increase efficiency and reduce costs, while our knowledge of government processes helps accelerate approvals. Along with our work on individual projects, we give seminars nationwide on water resources engineering, policy & planning, and environmental science issues. We’ve helped these fields develop for decades, and we’re still setting standards today.

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In the News

GKY Develops Trainers for WEF’s National Green Infrastructure Certification Program

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NGICP provides the base-level skill set needed for entry-level workers to properly construct, inspect and maintain green stormwater infrastructure. Click to learn what the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program can do for you.

A Potential Flood

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GKY provides insight into Virginia’s Nov. 6 ballot question on property tax exemption for flood abatement.

Proposed MS4 General Stormwater Permit Open for Public Comment

MS4 operators should pay attention to the latest news from the…

Holiday Wishes and Adam Smith’s Words of Wisdom

A seasonal message from GKY President Stuart Stein. The holiday…

Fairfax County Will Host Free Green Infrastructure Certification Training

At a typical seminar, you sit in a classroom, taking notes and trying not to doze off. Luckily, an upcoming green infrastructure class in Fairfax is anything but typical. Students will get out of the classroom to get their hands dirty and learn what it takes to manage eco-friendly stormwater systems.

The Perfect Storm of BMPs

In the world of stormwater management, one conference floats above the rest. Now in its 16th year, StormCon is the hub of industry knowledge and networking. It’s the largest event of its kind, drawing environmental engineers, scientists, and policy wonks alike.

MS4 Project Managers, Your Nightmare is Over

Four Steps to Better SWPPPs, SOPs, and Staff Training Everyone…

GKY Opens Hampton Roads Office

GKY is pleased to announce the opening of our Hampton Roads Office…

GKY Welcomes John Paine

Engineering leader joins GKY  CHANTILLY, Va. (January…

GKY Opens New Richmond, Virginia Office

GKY is proud to announce the opening of our new Richmond Office…

GKY wins Multi-Million Dollar US Army Corps of Engineers Contract!

GKY has been selected by the Huntington District, US Army Corps…

New hire bolsters GKY’s stormwater compliance practice

CHANTILLY, Va. (January 13, 2014) — GKY & Associates, Inc.,…

Carrie Weinhold, GKY Intern May 2013- August 2013

Over the past three months, GKY & Associates has allowed…

Environmental Site Design (ESD): What is it, and why it is not synonymous with LID

By: Jon D’Alessandro Environmental Site Design (ESD) incorporates…

GKY Welcomes Senior Water Resources Planner, Doug Fritz

Industry veteran joins GKY’s municipal stormwater practice in Virginia.

TMDLs – Load Allocations through Resource Misallocations

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We live in an incredibly complex and dynamic time for managing our water resources. Our urban areas are hit with ever-more onerous stormwater permit (MS4) conditions, and the MS4 nexus with pollutant loading restrictions imposed by Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) will further ratchet up the burden (and resulting cost of compliance).

Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association Annual Conference

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On Monday, March 4, Andrew Dinsmore, Stormwater Team Leader at US EPA Region III, will discuss the EPA’s MS4 audit process. This is extremely important to our municipal representatives and their consultants and I am grateful that Andy is willing to make the trip down from Philadelphia to meet with us.