Cyrus Randelia has been with KAE since 1999 and became an owner in 2000.
Mr. Randelia graduated from Perdue in 1991 with a B.S. in civil engineering and in 1993 with a M.S. major in civil engineering structures.
Mr. Randelia is the senior engineer and a principle at KAE, Inc. Most of Mr. Randelia's experience is in arctic climates.
Mr. Randelia is dedicated to provided quality, affordable, and cost effective professional civil engineering designs and construction administration services.
Donald "Rick" Pitts, Construction Manager
Donald "Rick" Pitts is a life-long Alaskan resident. He is a construction management professional that specializes in force account construction (utilizing LOCAL labor whenever possible instead of bringing in outsiders).
Mr. Pitts has over 40 years of experience in rural Alaskan construction. He understands the importance of completing projects on time and within budget within Alaska's short construction season.
Mr. Pitts is a Certified Troxler Densometry Specialist and is proficient in utilizing leak detection equipment.
He understands the importance of scheduling and logistics in rural Alaska within our short construction season.
Piper Pitts, Safety & Security Specialist
Piper Pitts is KAE's resident safety and security specialist. Piper is friendly and outgoing and willing to help anyone at a moment's notice.
Piper Pitts provides onsite security and boosts jobsite morale.
Maia Hatter, Office Manager
Maia Hatter is KAE's bookkeeper and office manager. Ms. Hatter was born and raised in Anchorage Alaska and has worked as a bookkeeper/office manager for KAE for over 17 years.
Ms. Hatter holds University of Alaska Anchorage certificates in bookkeeping and office support.
KAE headquarters are located on the corner of Spenard and Fireweed directly behind the traffic light.
James L. Kaercher, P.E. Original Founder
James L. Kaercher, P.E., is the original founder of KAE, Inc. Mr. Kaercher had the foresight to recognize Alaska's need for affordable, quality engineering services.
Mr. Kaercher is a retired professional engineer with over 58 years of arctic environment civil engineering experience in Alaska, Montana, and Wyoming.
Although Mr. Kaercher is now retired, he can often be found enjoying his summers in his cabin on the Kenai river.