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Todd M. Kilduff, P.E.

Project Manager, Estimator, Engineer

Ohio State University - 1996
B.S. in Civil Engineering

Virginia Polytechnic Institute - 2000

M.S. in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical

Colorado School of Mines - Enrolled

Ph.D. - Underground Construction & Tunneling


Todd has been involved in the design and construction of underground projects for over 20 years. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the Ohio State University in 1996. Following graduation he worked in the newly founded geotechnical department for Malcolm Pirnie where he supported the geotechnical aspects of pipeline and wastewater treatment plant projects. He returned to university attending the Virginia Polytechnic Institute receiving a master’s of science degree in 2000. Todd is currently pursuing a PhD in Underground Construction & Tunneling at the Colorado School of Mines.

Todd has spent nearly half of his working career as a design engineer on over 100 underground projects, facilitating the generation of geotechnical reports. He has also been responsible for the preparation of construction documents for bidding purposes and has provided construction oversight in the field. The remainder of his career has been spent as a project manager for general contractors where he has managed the construction of over a dozen underground construction projects with contract values ranging from $5M to $67M.

He is a licensed civil engineer specializing in geotechnical and underground design and construction manager of underground projects. Mr. Kilduff's ability to be equally familiar with the design and construction aspects of underground projects allows him to be efficient in the design and execution of providing construction oversight.

Meet the KUE Team


Paul Wilkinson

Microtunneling Consultant

Paul is an integral part of the business relationship between Kilduff Underground Engineering and Iseki Microtunnelling. He is based out of Wellingborough, UK and has served as General Manager for Iseki since 2009.

Paul is an industry recognized Microtunneling Specialist with across-the-board management abilities. His extensive expertise in manufacturing and maintaining complex, high value, low volume systems for utility tunnel installations really sets him apart in the industry. Paul has successfully secured, delivered and closed out numerous hire, sales and service contracts for national and international construction projects. See below for a in depth look at Paul's resume.

Noom T. Aksharadananda, P.E. 

Project Engineer

Noom is a Project Engineer at KUE with 18 years of experience within the construction and consulting engineering fields for public and private sector projects. He has managed numerous projects in Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Oregon and Washington, including highway, infrastructure, earthen flood protection, master planned communities, schools, library, residential and commercial structures. He is familiar with laboratory tests of soils, exploration for site conditions, and field inspection. In his career he has conducted several field investigations, due diligent studies, proposal preparation, engineering analyses, geophysical study with Refraction Microtremor (ReMi) and Resistivity Test (ANSI/IEEE), development of design drawings, construction specifications, estimated costs, and project management.

Noom received his undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand in 1992 and his masters from the University of Colorado in 2000. Noom is a licensed P.E. in CO, NV, UT, ID, WY, OR, WA, MD, PA, NM and NE.

Michael Tinney, P.E.

Project Engineer

Mike is a Project Engineer at KUE who offers a diverse skill set in underground design, geo-structural and construction inspection. He has been involved w/ the design of tunnel initial support systems, excavation support & geo-structured support systems. Additionally, Mike has extensive experience in the planning and execution of subsurface investigations and laboratory testing programs.

Mike received an undergraduate degree in Environmental Science in 2009 from the University of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England, and a masters degree in Environmental Science & Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado, in 2011. Mike is a licensed P.E. in CO and WY.


Shrey Arora

Staff Engineer

Shrey is a Staff Engineer at KUE, specializing in the design of underground structures using analytical and numerical modeling methods. He is proficient in the use of Rocscience RS2 & RS3, Carlson, UDEC, Matlab, Rocklab, Examine 2D, and COMSOL. Shrey has modeled tunnel initial support, final lining & excavation support systems as well as ground water and slope stability problems.

Shrey received his undergraduate degree in Mining Engineering from the National Institute of Technology in Karnataka, India in 2012, and completed a master’s degree in Mining Engineering at West Virginia University in 2014. Shrey also earned a masters degree in Underground Construction and Tunneling from the Colorado School of Mines in 2018.


David Agan, E.I.T.

Staff Engineer

David is a Staff Engineer at KUE, responsible for performing design calculations for trenchless technologies and support of excavation. He is also responsible for modeling of support of excavations, and the visualization and drafting of tunnel alignments and geotechnical data for reporting and presentations. 

David graduated from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in 2016 with an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering and upon graduating, passed his FE exam, earning his Engineer-In-Training (EIT).

Kyle Scanlan

Marketing/Office Manager

Kyle is the Office Manager and Marketing Manager at KUE. With a background in Sales Training and Marketing, Kyle brings a unique and diverse skillset to the KUE team. 

Originally from New Jersey, Kyle received his undergraduate degree from Champlain College in Burlington, VT in 2008.