Kylie Parker, E.I.
Project Engineer, Civil Engineer
Ms. Parker works with senior ECCI civil engineers on multiple transportation projects for upgrade of roads for the City of Little Rock, Arkansas. Based upon review of historical designs and field evaluations of sewer storm runoff, she has helped identify cost-effective approaches to reduce erosion, promote safety, reduce local flooding risk and increase efficiency for traffic in flood-prone residential areas. Working with other ECCI civil engineers, she helped complete analysis of specific flood-prone areas and helped produce recommendations that resulted in future project phases being accelerated.
She has completed multiple civil engineering designs and associated cost estimates that include concrete containment slabs and retaining walls for multiple industrial facilities. Ms. Parker has also played a key role in numerous site improvement designs, such as drainage and grading. She has assisted in construction management for ECCI, and conducted various field inspections to confirm construction techniques were in conformance with design requirements.
Ms. Parker has assisted in the development of a program to evaluate and select infrastructure improvement projects within Native American jurisdictions to help improve availability of safe drinking water and proper treatment of wastewater. Ms. Parker is one of only a few engineers who are members of a Native American Tribe (Comanche).
She is proficient with multiple engineering software programs. Ms. Parker is an ACI Concrete Field Testing Certified Technician, and has a Troxler Nuclear Density Gauge Certification for field density testing of soils. She has completed HAZWOPER training and is qualified to recognize and properly respond to hazardous situations in industrial environments.
University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, BS Civil Engineering