Press Releases

Bridget Postlewaite, P.E. Promoted to Project Engineer

bp famscaleMarch 10, 2015, Ardmore, PA – KMJ Consulting, Inc., is pleased to announce the promotion of Bridget Postlewaite, P.E. to Project Engineer! “Bridget has worked in this capacity for more than a year now, so this is a formal acknowledgment of her ability to perform,” said Karen Jehanian.

Bridget was the project engineer for the City of Philadelphia’s successful Bustleton Avenue – South reconstruction effort. KMJ was responsible for the traffic signal design and retiming. She is currently working on a roundabout study and various traffic signal retiming projects for the City of Philadelphia.

For those who know Bridget, she is personable and dependable. She exudes a quiet confidence and is known for her analytical thinking and ability to hone in on the details.

“I have always been a very detail-oriented person. Capturing and analyzing data, and working collaboratively in a team to determine the best way to achieve project success is what I like best about my work.”

Bridget earned a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Mid-Atlantic Section, and WTS – Advancing Women in Transportation.
Bridget and her husband Dan (also an engineer) are the proud new parents of a beautiful daughter, Adelaide.

In her spare time, she plays in an intramural field hockey league in South Jersey and enjoys traveling.


Karen Jehanian et al. Present Communicating with Engineers aka 2B or not 2B at TESC

Ardmore, PA (December 9, 2014) – KMJ Consulting, Inc. President, Karen M. Jehanian, along with Anthony Castellone, Jeff Purdy, Ann Tomalavage, and Darin Gatti gear up to present “Communicating with Engineers aka 2B or not 2B” at the Traffic Engineering and Safety Conference tomorrow, December 10th, 2014 in State College, PA. They will cover topics ranging from public speaking and stress reduction to effectively communicating with non-technical laypersons.

For more information, visit the TESC Agenda.


KMJ Consulting, Inc. announces formation of Board of Advisors

Ardmore, PA (December 1, 2014) – KMJ Consulting, Inc. (KMJ) is pleased to announce the formation of the KMJ Board of Advisors. This group, consisting of Arsha Cazazian, Dr. Antoine Hobeika, and Robert Solarz, PE, is comprised of individuals from the construction and design industry, public policy, engineering, and academia. These members will provide valuable input as KMJ continues to grow and provide clients with high quality and innovative engineering and consulting services. Read more


KMJ Consulting, Inc. Recognized as Top 100 MBE® Award Winner

mbeArdmore, Pennsylvania (October 9, 2014) —KMJ Consulting, Inc. (KMJ) is pleased to announce that Owner and President Karen Jehanian, PE has been selected to receive the distinguished 2014 Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Award.  The top 100 MBE® ceremony is designated to acknowledge and pay tribute to outstanding women and minority business owners in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. This is KMJ’s third consecutive placement among the top 100 MBEs in the Mid Atlantic Region.

The Top 100 MBE® Award is given to enterprising women and minority entrepreneurs that fuel the region’s economy through their innovation, sacrifices, and dedication. The awards ceremony will take place at the War Memorial Hall located at 101 N. Gay Street in downtown Baltimore on Thursday, October 23rd at 5:30 p.m. The ceremony takes place during Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Minority Enterprise Development Week.

“The winners of this year’s Top 100 MBE Award exemplify excellence and economic stability” said Sharon R. Pinder, founder of the Top 100 MBE Awards Ceremony.  “Karen Jehanian represents the goals and aspirations of many entrepreneurs across this region.”


KMJ President Traveled to Silicon Valley with Drexel University’s Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship

Ardmore, PA (May 20, 2014) – KMJ Consulting, Inc. President, Karen M. Jehanian, accompanied a group of aspiring entrepreneurs, faculty and staff from the Drexel University Close School of Entrepreneurship on a one-week trip to visit social entrepreneurship and non-profit business incubators in Silicon Valley. Read more



Executive Leaders Radio Interview with Karen Jehanian

“Our work is personal … we are an extension of our clients’ staff.” – Karen Jehanian


KMJ Consulting, Inc. Staff Presents Traffic Engineering Concepts at Drexel University

Ardmore, PA (April 7, 2014) – What is traffic engineering? How do we problem solve? How does one present the concepts to the public? These questions and more were answered during a three-hour guest lecture by KMJ staff members (Karen Jehanian, Rick Mishura, Bridget Postlewaite and Marty Williams). A class of more than 40 aspiring civil engineers participated in the learning process on Wednesday, February 19, 2014. Read more



Bridget (Bitto) Postlewaite has passed her Professional Engineering exam

Ardmore (February 4, 2014) – KMJ Consulting, Inc. (KMJ) is pleased to announce that Bridget (Bitto) Postlewaite has passed her Professional Engineering exam and achieved the P.E. designation. Congratulations Bridget! We also congratulate Bridget on her recent nuptials to Dan Postlewaite, also a Drexel Civil Engineer.


KMJ Consulting, Inc. Family Bowling Night

Ardmore (January 29, 2014) – KMJ Consulting, Inc. (KMJ) staff and their families enjoyed an evening of bowling and camaraderie at North Bowl on 2nd Street in Philadelphia. It is a fun event that brings our KMJ family together outside of the office in a relaxing environment where all can show off their non-engineering skills.



KMJ Consulting, Inc. President Karen M. Jehanian, P.E. is Elected to the Drexel University Alumni Association Board of Governors

Ardmore (August 22, 2013) – KMJ Consulting, Inc. (KMJ) is pleased to announce that president Karen M. Jehanian, P.E., has been elected to the Drexel University Alumni Board of Governors. Read more