K & J continues its work with the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) in its Phase II reconstruction efforts at the Lee Shaker Heights Station, East 116 Station, East 34th Station, Warrensville-Shaker Station, and the East 79th Station.
K & J Safety and Security Consulting Services is proud to announce the recent awarding of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Safety Consulting Services contract. This project constitutes the largest “safety only” contract award in the 100 year history of SEPTA. The Safety and Engineering Services Award will span a three (3) year time frame and focus on providing the technical service of assessing SEPTA’s safety risks and exposures, the development and update of the agency’s safety plans and programs, and enable SEPTA to ensure regulatory compliance with the latest regulatory requirements.
The Balanced Cantilevered construction time lapse video over H1-H2 merge is a segment of the 20 mile elevated structure of the Honolulu Rail Transit Project. The project is a 20 mile elevated structure that has 21 stations, dual track configuration with 20 fully automated (driver-less) 4-car trains powered by a third rail electrification power system. K & J Safety and Security Consulting Services was sub-contracted under Lawson and Associates,Inc. to provide the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) with Safety and Security Certification support services. This included verification on structures, Safety and Security Design Criteria Conformance Checklist (DCCC) requirements, and […]
The DC Streetcar has been under severe scrutiny from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the State Safety Oversight (SSO) effectively delaying startup of the Streetcar for over two years. With the leadership of Mr. Tim Pernie, K & J along with Kensington Consulting Services, over 250 safety, security and emergency management open items were systematically addressed and closed. On 27 February, the DC Streetcar opened to service effectively bringing Streetcar Service back to Washington DC after 50 years of hibernation.