• What’s Happening Now

    • Mindful Monday – Asimov

      Mindful Monday – Asimov

      "Science can amuse and fascinate us all, but it is engineering that changes the world." - Isaac
    • Mindful Monday – DeCamp

      Mindful Monday – DeCamp

      "The story of civilization is, in a sense, the story of engineering - that long and arduous struggle to make the forces of nature work for man's good." - Lyon Sprague DeCamp
    • Mindful Monday – Strode

      Mindful Monday – Strode

      "Do not follow the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.' - Muriel Strode (Poet)
    • Mindful Monday – Billington

      Mindful Monday – Billington

      "Engineering or technology is the making of things that did not previously exist, whereas science is the discovering of things that have long existed." - David

Experience

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Transportation Engineering

Mobility is one driver to the economic engine in a region. KMJ has been an innovative contributor on transportation engineering assignments that improve mobility in the region and beyond. We have successfully completed projects in the realm of traffic engineering and signal design, and transportation planning for PennDOT, The City of Philadelphia, DelDOT, NJDOT, the Philadelphia International Airport, and others. Read more

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Electric Vehicle FAQs and Charging

The rise of electric vehicles in America’s fleet provides a wealth of opportunity and benefit, but many people more accustomed to internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles often have questions. KMJ Consulting has assembled a list of common concerns that may assuage a prospective buyer or those with a curious interest. Read more

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Stakeholder Engagement

Stakeholder engagement is second only to the project design in delivering a successful project. Involving stakeholders in the process along with project designers provides the opportunity to gain a mutual understanding while creating a more inclusive product.
KMJ has a keen understanding of these needs and an approach to ferret out/drill down to generate a productive and effective program that engages the project stakeholders and provides the designers with valuable information. We take great care to assure the needs of the lay person are addressed with respect and compassion.
Above all, our transportation experience enables us to be the valuable third-party interface to the engineers.
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Software and Systems Training, Testing and Support

TRAINING – KMJ meshes its technical and communication skills to develop a training program to allow the user to succeed. By understanding the training material and the audience, KMJ is able to create a learning experience tailored for the particular user to provide a positive and effective experience. We’ve used this process for software training and development, hardware (DMS) training and customer service training (TMC).
TECHNICAL SUPPORT – KMJ provides timely, informative and responsive user technical support for national transportation data programs. On occasion this includes training, presentations and hands-on guidance.
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Meet Karen Jehanian

HP_Karen_Jehanian_Photo"Karen is the president and owner of KMJ Consulting Inc. She is an innovator and thought leader in the transportation and business community with more than 35 years in the transportation consulting business. She is a direct stakeholder in her clients’ successes. Karen focuses on understanding their needs, working proactively to sort out issues, anticipate problems, and identify viable solutions.
Karen earned both a BS in Civil Engineering and Masters of Business Administration degrees from Drexel University where she is an active alumna. Karen has held various leadership positions and is currently a member of the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship External Board and the College of Engineering Advisory Council. She is an active in WTS, as a member of the Executive Women’s Roundtable, and participant in the TransportationYou program. In 2009, she was named Transportation Engineer of the Year by the Philadelphia Section of ASCE.
Karen’s Resume