TranSystems
 

Brian Larson

BRIAN LARSON, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

A 35-year veteran of the firm, Brian Larson serves as past Chief Executive Officer and current Chairman of the Board of TranSystems. Larson's technical background covers all aspects of capital programming, planning, design and construction management for transportation systems. 

Pursuing both organic growth and growth by acquisition, TranSystems has grown from the time Larson took hold of the reins of a firm of fifteen colleagues in the transportation planning arena to one of nearly 1,000 professionals spanning the entire range of business and technical disciplines applicable to transportation. The firm has established a national presence with its network of more than 30 offices and has become well-known in the industry for its rapid and stable growth over a three decade period. 

Larson currently serves on the Advisory Board of the University of Kansas School of Engineering and has previously served as chairman or director on a number of boards within industry, academia, and financial institutions. 


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In The News

 ENR New England names Main Street Bridge Replacement in Chester, Ct., Best Small Project under $10 million.
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TranSystems ranks #9 in Bridges, #22 in Rail and Highways
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The new rental car facility, which is being designed by TranSystems, will consist of a ready/return area for pick-up and drop-off of rental cars, a quick turn-around area where the rental car companies will fuel and clean the vehicles between rentals, and a customer service area for renting and returning vehicles.
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The American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s Transportation (ARTBA) Development Foundation presented its 2017 Helping Hand Award 
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Officials participate in a ribbon-cutting and rededication ceremony to mark the completion of the Braga Bridge/Route 79 Improvements Project in Fall River.
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TranSystems' Michael Lev describes the O'Hare Multimodal Center in Engineering, Inc.
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ConnDOT has been using the RDV 3D modeling for about three years as a beta-tester, along with consultant TranSystems, and has posted many of the I-84 scenarios on its website. 

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The January 2017 issue of RT&S features a look at the work TranSystems performed as part of the CREATE Program P1 project.
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The state Department of Transportation is inviting the public to look at options for redesigning the way I-84 runs through the center of Hartford. TranSystems is a DOT consultant leading the I-84 design process.
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