Happy Valentine’s Day!


Happy Holidays!

Wishing you and your family a safe holiday
Here’s to a congestion-free 2023!


We are excited to welcome Nana Fares back to KMJ Consulting, Inc. – October 2022

Nana is a Villanova graduate. She will work on HSIP, traffic signal design and traffic studies.

“Nana’s multi-faceted approach adds value to the KMJ team. I look forward to helping her reach her professional goals.” – Karen Jehanian


Congratulations to our new Senior Engineer, Martin Williams, PE! – February 2022

Always the cool analyst, Marty shines in his meticulous attention to both macro-scale project elements and the nitty-gritty details. As a young engineer and master of technology, Marty produces work that is polished with cutting-edge techniques and modern methodology. His focused and collected approach to engineering leads to project accuracy and consistency. Marty is also a member of the ASCE-YMF Board serving as Community Service Chair.

“I am delighted to recognize Marty for his contribution to KMJ!

His excellent attention to detail has contributed to many successful projects.” – Karen Jehanian


Congratulations to our new directors Joanna Reagle and Bridget Postlewaite! – June 2021

Joanna Reagle is now Director, Public and Stakeholder Engagement and Bridget Postlewaite, PE is now Director, Transportation Engineering Services.

“I am super excited to recognize Joanna and Bridget for their contribution to KMJ! They are both dedicated to the success of our clients and to development of our staff.” – Karen Jehanian

KMJ Welcomes Esther Kleit and Kiera Crenny! – March 2021

KMJ Consulting Inc. is proud to welcome the two newest members of our team, Esther Kleit and Kiera Crenny! They joined KMJ last summer as a Web Coordinator and Traffic/Design Specialist II, respectively.

Esther graduated from Drexel University with a Bachelor of Arts in Entrepreneurship in 2020, and Kiera graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering in 2018.  You can learn more about them in our March 2021 Newsletter!


KMJ Consulting, Inc. Newsletter June 2019

KMJ Consulting, Inc. Newsletter
June 2019


“KMJ Consulting, Inc. is honored to be a part of the award winning Philip Street team!” – Karen Jehanian, President.

On June 5, 2019, Rich Montanez, Deputy Commissioner of Transportation, City of Philadelphia accepted a Grand Jury Award for restoration from the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia at the 2019 Preservation Achievement Awards. KMJ along with Gilmore & Associates, and Olivieri & Associates played a role in the reconstruction of historic Philip Street.

KMJ designed two curb ramps at the intersection of Philip Street/Delancey Street for this reconstruction project. Small historic streets present a number of design challenges, such as proximity of existing buildings and staircases as well as underground vaults. Close coordination and collaboration between and among the City of Philadelphia, Gilmore & Associates, and KMJ was critical for the successful implementation of this project. Kudos to Olivieri & Associates for exceeding expectations of the residents along Philip Street.

In addition to the Grand Jury Award, the reconstruction of Philip Street has also been awarded the Local Government Initiative Award from Preservation Pennsylvania to be presented at the 2019 Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards Ceremony being held on Wednesday, June 19th.


KMJ Consulting, Inc. Celebrates 20 Years!

Celebrate 20 Years with KMJ Consulting, Inc.

A Message from Karen Jehanian

20 years ago, I put pen to paper and began the journey to turn my professional dream into reality… KMJ Consulting, Inc. was born!

As we are in Thanksgiving week, it is even more appropriate to express my ongoing thanks and gratitude to our team, our clients and my family and friends! Working together has been a gift I will treasure always!

Follow along with us for weekly posts sharing our experiences along the way. There will be throwbacks, thank yous and lots of gratitude!

Starting Now!


KMJ Consulting, Inc. Newsletter October 2018

KMJ Consulting, Inc. Newsletter
October 2018


Get to Know Wayne Gibson, KMJ Consulting’s Newest Communications Engineer!


Q: What inspired you to study and practice communications engineering?

A: I was fascinated by the practical uses for big data and the performance improvements that can be made when data is available and analyzed. Improvements in operations can help make customers’ lives easier, safer, or more enjoyable in many industries.

Q: What was the most interesting project you have worked on?

A: I initiated a project to bring wireless coverage to the area surrounding Peddler’s Village (including several neighborhoods and a middle/high school). This effort included directing waveform data collection to assess existing conditions, analyzing data collected, and using analysis results to determine design solutions and select vendor equipment (antennas and wireless radio) which was aesthetically pleasing.

Q: How can you, as a communications engineer, improve mobility?

A: I want to find new ways to shape the future of transportation by establishing connections between infrastructure, technology and drivers. I am passionate about the opportunity to create safer roads and improve the performance of multimodal transportation. Previously, as a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer at Verizon, I re-designed existing infrastructure for better performance and designed new solutions to expand wireless coverage and capacity.

Q: How can your background contribute to the connected/automated vehicle advancement?

A: Through my previous experience in RF Design and System Performance at AT&T and Verizon, I
designed the wireless infrastructure for southeastern Pennsylvania. Connected vehicles and applications will use the same technologies.

A: As a communications engineer in the civil engineering world, I want to improve connectivity,
productivity, safety, and benefit travelers using multimodal transportation within an urban
environment. I am excited to be a bridge between the wireless industry and the transportation

Q: What do you like to do in your spare time?

A: Playing and watching soccer, traveling and cooking.


KMJ Consulting, Inc. August 2018 Newsletter

KMJ Consulting, Inc. Newsletter
August 2018


KMJ Team Members Complete the Dale Carnegie Course!

KMJ Consulting, Inc. team members have each completed the Dale Carnegie course. “KMJ’s core values emanate from Dale Carnegie. The course provides leadership and life training focused on creating authentic and meaningful business and personal relationships.” – Karen Jehanian, President. This program has served to galvanize KMJ staff enabling us to work together harmoniously and achieve the goals of our clients.

Dale Carnegie = Growth!