Kwill Consultants is administering a FEMA Flood Mitigation project, a HUD CDBG Sewer System Rehabilitation project and an Appalachian Regional Commission Sewer System Project in Carthage, Tennessee. We are currently administering a HUD Commercial Façade Grant for the Town of Monterey.
Kwill Consultants assisted the Alliance for the Cumberlands in the development of a corridor management plan for the Cumberland Historic Byway between Cumberland Gap and Celina, Tennessee. This project cover eight Tennessee counties, and will focus on the westward movement of settlers into the Trans-Appalchian West. This is the second corridor management plan that we have developed within the region. The first, The Walton Road Scenic Byway is currently in the process of becoming a State of Tennessee Scenic Byway.
Although Kwill Consultants has completed several projects, the Crossville GIS Stormwater Grant, which is designed to reduce the amount of pollutants in the local water system, and to mitigate stormwater runoff is one of the most significant in regards to its potential impact for the State of Tennessee. In keeping with Kwill Consultants dedication to the preservation of local cultural resources, we are administering a Tennessee Historical Commission Preservation Grant to restore the windows in the National Register of Historic Places listed West End Silver Point Church of Christ building and a historical property in Gainesboro, Tennessee.
Kwill Consultants administers a variety grants to see that projects come in on time and on budget. We are dedicated to searching out funding opportunities that enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve, and promote the unique qualities of our region.