KKCS Opening Seattle Office

Sep 01, 2014. Posted in Announcements

Kal Krishnan Consulting Services, Inc. (KKCS), one of California’s leading program management, construction management and engineering design service firms, has expanded the practice into the Northeast. The firm recently opened a Seattle, WA office located at 701 5th Ave.

The office provides clients with program and construction management services as part of its comprehensive general engineering consultant role.

The firm established in 1987 and based in Oakland now has 5 regular and many on-site project office locations throughout the country, employing 85 full-time professionals. KKCS is a certified DBE/SBE firm.

“Establishing an office in Seattle is integral in servicing our local clients and helping to address the expanding transportation network of the Northwest” said Dev Krishnan, President of KKCS.

Currently, KKCS is working on a light rail expansion project in Seattle with Sound Transit. Associate Vice President Terry Esteb will be responsible for daily management of the new office. With 37 years of experience in project and program management, Mr. Esteb has delivered numerous federally funded transit projects across the country.

KKCS provides program management, construction management, and engineering design services that include project controls, estimating, value engineering, risk management, scheduling, inspection services, structural design, civil design, electrical design, and mechanical design.

For more information, visit www.kkcsworld.com.
Terry W. Esteb
Columbia Center
701 Fifth Ave. S, 42nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98104
206.262.7320 (o)

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