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Kevin McCaffery, PE Joins Stone's Water Management Team!

May 9, 2017

We're excited to announce that Kevin McCaffery, PE has joined Stone's Water Resources Management team. In his new role as Senior Civil Engineer, Kevin will further support the design and implementation of a variety of projects involving stormwater management and hydraulics, as well as provide technical support for Stone’s agricultural stewardship and flow monitoring projects.

Kevin, a registered Professional Engineer, brings with him over fifteen years of experience in site/civil engineering, stormwater management design, environmental permitting, hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, and erosion control planning. He started working with “low impact development” methods prior to their widespread acceptance and has been designing natural stormwater management systems his entire career.

Prior to joining Stone, Kevin worked at environmental consulting and engineering firms where he prepared construction plans, environmental permit applications, and restoration or mitigation designs for streams and wetlands. He has experience with ground mounted solar installations, the hydroelectric and dam sector, and fish passage assessments on multiple scales. His varied experience has spanned many project types, with core expertise in hydrologic analysis, open channel hydraulics, and watershed planning.

“Kevin’s presence at Stone broadens our water resources capabilities,” said Amy Macrellis, leader of Stone’s water resource planning and policy services. “He brings great technical skills, proven engineering capacity, and a track record of delivering excellent work for private and municipal clients. We are delighted to welcome him to the Stone team.”

Kevin is a licensed Professional Engineer in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania. He holds an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine, B.S. in Environmental science from SUNY-Plattsburgh, and A.S. in Engineering Science from Jefferson Community College.