Newsletter Summer 2017

KMJ Consulting, Inc. Newsletter
Summer 2017

Bridget Postlewaite is now a Senior Project Manager

Bridget Postlewaite, P.E., has been promoted to Senior Project Manager. “Bridget’s willingness to go the extra mile for our clients and staff exemplifies KMJ’s core values. I am excited to see her continue to grow and to mentor our staff.” – Karen Jehanian, President. Bridget excels in capturing and analyzing data and working collaboratively in a team to achieve project success. Please join us in congratulating Bridget!

Martin Williams is promoted to Project Engineer 

Martin Williams, a registered P.E., was recently promoted to Project Engineer. “Marty is a reliable, responsible and detail-orientated engineer,” said Karen Jehanian, President. He has designed dozens of curb ramps and traffic signals for the City of Philadelphia and PennDOT. Marty is currently working on MPT, ADA curb ramps, and traffic signal designs related to projects for the City of Philadelphia and PennDOT D6. Congratulations to Marty!

KMJ welcomes their newest team members!

Welcome to the Team, Nicole Procknow

Nicole Procknow is KMJ’s new Marketing Coordinator. Nicole earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Cabrini University located in Radnor, Pennsylvania. As an undergrad, Nicole marketed events for regional philanthropies including the American Lung Association, Congenital Heart Defect for Kids, and Feeding America. “Nicole will be working with many of our clients on KMJ’s proposal submissions as well as other projects involving stakeholder outreach. Please join me in welcoming Nicole.”- Karen Jehanian, President.

  Welcome to the Team, Nana Fares

“Transportation engineering makes me feel like I am contributing positively to society. I could not think of a greater feeling to experience every day for the rest of my life.” As an entry level Traffic/Design Specialist, Nana will be involved in many of KMJ’s projects. Nana earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Villanova University. “Nana is a bright and energetic young engineering graduate. Please join me in welcoming her to the KMJ traffic engineering crew.” – Karen Jehanian, President.

Customer Service Tip 

Be prompt, polite, and proactive.

Create a brand that is so strong and compelling it makes your customers think of you more as a partner than a vendor. Listen to both current and future needs of clients in order to provide them with effective solutions. Proactive service is doing something for your customers before they know they need it.



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