Steve Kingsley PE


Special Projects - Tacoma, WA

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    Steve Kingsley is a Principal at KPFF, with over 25 years of experience in as a Civil Engineer. He has experience with all phases of project planning and design, including master planning, and coordination of design with environmental remediation and permitting. He has had responsibility for the design of nearly every aspect of civil engineering infrastructure. He has also worked extensively on Port and Rail related projects, as well as projects located in shorelines, rivers and other sensitive environmental areas over the span of his career providing him with a through understanding of the unique regulatory and constructability challenges that are common to these projects.

    Much of his professional career has centered on working with clients to find outcomes that are effective and efficient solutions, conscious of their needs, sensitive to their settings, which balance key stakeholder interests, and are responsive to potential environmental issues.


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    • BS Civil Engineering /Northeastern University
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    Project Experience

    Pier T Marine Terminal, Port of Long Beach, CA
    Terminal Optimization Study, Port of Tacoma, WA
    North Lead Rail Corridor, Port of Tacoma, WA
    Link Light Rail Maintenance of Way Facility, Sound Transit, Seattle, WA (Design-Build)
    WSDOT On-Call Rail Engineering and Operations Services 2012-2015
    Potash Solution Mine Transportation, Ethiopia and Djibouti
    Serra Azul Transportation Infrastructure Study, Minas Gerais and Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
    USFWS Warm Springs NFH Intake Improvements, Warm Springs, OR
    USFWS McDowell Lake Water Diversion Structure Design, Colville, WA

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    • Professional Civil Engineer in WA, OR, CA, AK, ID, MT, NH, NY, NV
    • NCEES (Model Law Engineer)
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    • American Society of Civil Engineers
    • American Public Works Association
    • Coasts, Oceans, Ports, Rivers Institute
    • Engineers without Borders
    • American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-way Association
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