Kevin Feeney is an Associate in Keyser Marston Associates’ San Francisco Office. He joined KMA in 2015. Kevin has prepared economic, fiscal and market analyses for a range of public and private clients.
Areas of Specialization
Kevin has worked with cities and communities to define strategic objectives and priority actions to improve economic conditions in commercial districts. His work in this area includes demographic and economic analysis, physical and land use assessments, as well as focus groups with business, community, and public agency stakeholders.
Market and Financial Analysis
Kevin has evaluated the market and financial feasibility of proposed residential and commercial projects. His experience includes preparation of program, pricing, and absorption assumptions based on local market conditions, as well as pro forma modeling.
Economic and Fiscal Impact Analyses
Kevin has quantified the impacts of major public infrastructure projects on employment, regional output, and tax revenues. Prior to joining KMA, Kevin participated in economic impact analyses of the Los Angeles Streetcar, as well as the 10-year capital plans of the nation’s largest water and sewer utilities.
Prior to joining KMA, Kevin worked as an economic consultant for AECOM and as a policy and administrative analyst for the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD). Kevin holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and master’s degree in city planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is fluent in Spanish and has experience providing development advisory services to real estate projects in Mexico and South America.