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Striving to exceed expectations is a priority at Koontz-Bryant, P.C. and we continuously submit feedback to our clients during all stages of our projects. To date we have received over 80 client responses with very positive feedback.  Read More



Virginia's Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) passes revised Secondary Street Acceptance Requirements (SSAR)

VDOT Street Acceptance Requirements
 The Virginia General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1462 during the 2011 session (Chapter 870) of the 2011 Acts of Assembly. Chapter 870 directs the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to develop revisions in several areas that will involve the design of future developments. On October 19, 2011 the Virginia's Commonwealth Transportation Board passed revisions to the Secondary Street Requirements (24 VAC 30-92).  Read More... 


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November 2011

A big THANK YOU! to everyone who "likes" us on our Facebook Page! I'm so happy to announce that we have hit our goal of 100 fans. Social Media is important to us at Koontz-Bryant as it further opens the lines of communication and is a great vehicle to keep our clients, partners and colleagues up to date on industry information and regulation updates.


This month we celebrated Halloween with a Pot Luck lunch and had a costume contest where Chris Workman won us over with his excellent skills in make-up transforming himself into Dracula! You can see pictures of our event on our Facebook Page.


This month, Marney Titmus celebrated her 15th anniversary with the group. Congratulations Marney, you're an excellent asset to the team! Also celebrating anniversaries last month are John Hiatt with 13 years and Dan Cox with 7 years! Congratulations to you all!

What Is the Future of GPS and the AE Industry?

  GPS  in Danger?

There is a large debate going on in Washington and across the country concerning the future of GPS. The debate surrounds the company LightSquared and their proposed wireless broadband network.


LightSquared is a private company with plans to develop a 4G-LTE (Long Term Evolution) broadband wireless communication network that incorporates satellite and land based transmitters to provide coverage across the United States. LightSquared controls 1525-1559MHZ of the United States spectrum and received U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authorization in 2004 to build its nationwide network.



Over recent years, there has been much debate over the potential for interference with GPS devices currently in use. In January of this year as the FCC was considering... READ MORE



We hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful Thanksgiving this month. We are thankful for many things at Koontz-Bryant but mostly for our families, our health and our clients, colleagues and friends. 

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Koontz-Bryant Team

Koontz-Bryant, P.C.

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