GKY President Stu Stein to Present at StormCon 2022

Stu Stein, PE, D.WRE is slated to deliver a technical presentation titled “2D Modeling & Flooding Resiliency ” at StormCon 2022 on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD. The presentation examines the use of two dimensional models of local drainage systems to mitigate the severity […]

GKY to Provide Design and Construction Management Services For Stormwater to the City of Newport News

The GKY Team will provide general civil engineering design and construction management services in the stormwater service category to the City of Newport News under a recently awarded contract. The contract term is one year, with four additional one-year renewal options and an annual maximum value of $6M. GKY’s Team is comprised of ATCS, Engineering […]

Virginia Department of Emergency Management Announces Grant Opportunities Under Flood Mitigation Assistance and Hazard Mitigation Grant Programs

The Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM) has announced grant funding opportunities under the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) and Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). Both programs are within the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance Program portfolio, which is aimed at “reduc[ing] the risk to individuals and property from natural hazards, while simultaneously reducing reliance on Federal […]

City of Newport News Selects GKY to Develop Master Plans for Stormwater Management, Floodplain Management, and Resilience & Climate Change Management

The City of Newport News selected a team led by GKY to provide professional and technical services for the development of three separate, but interrelated master plans: a Stormwater Management Master Plan, a Floodplain Management Plan, and a Climate Change and Resilience Master Plan. A three-year, $6.3M contract was awarded to the GKY team, which […]

GKY to Provide 2D Stormwater Management Modeling for the City of Charlottesville

The City of Charlottesville has awarded GKY a contract for engineering services associated with the development of a 2D stormwater management model of the portion of the Moore’s Creek Watershed located within its city limits. Its roughly 3.8 square miles comprise 37% of the City’s land area and are highly urbanized, encompassing more than 65% […]

NOAA Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Marine Debris Removal Grants

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has announced the availability of up to $56 million in grants through its Marine Debris Program. The competitive grants are funded through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law) and are focused on marine debris removal throughout the coastal United States, Great […]

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

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

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 Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). The department has published the proposed regulations for renewing the General VPDES Permit for Discharges of Stormwater from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (proposed 2018 MS4 General Permit) in the Virginia Register of Regulation. The proposed 2018 […]

Holiday Wishes and Adam Smith’s Words of Wisdom

A seasonal message from GKY President Stuart Stein. The holiday season is a wonderful time for reflection and growth. We can often find pearls of wisdom in unexpected places during this time of year. One of my favorites is 18th century Scottish philosopher Adam Smith. In his landmark book “The Wealth of Nations,” Smith described […]