In The Spotlight

“In the Spotlight” showcases TranSystems’ news, staff, projects, awards, successes and other topics of special note to those in the industry as well as our clients.
James Lugaila Joins TranSystems as Senior Architect for the Airports and Air Carriers Sector 8/1/2017
Accelerated Bridge Construction Techniques Used to Complete Both Phases of BNSF Bridge Replacement in Camas, Washington 6/22/2017
Creating New Opportunities for Port Canaveral: Freight Rail Extension To Breathe Life Into Underutilized Cargo Hub 6/13/2017
Alistair Sawers Joins TranSystems as Vice President and Leader of P3 Advisory Services 4/19/2017
Uninterrupted Transit Service: Eads Bridge Undergoes Complex, Four-Year Rehabilitation While Maintaining Service 3/29/2017
TranSystems and ConnDOT use RDV Systems 3D modeling to help residents envision a better I-84 in Hartford 3/29/2017
TranSystems' Mike Lev Describes Innovations on O'Hare International Airport Joint Use/Consolidated Rental Car Facility 3/1/2017
Charleston County Bees Ferry Road Widening Awarded ACEC-South Carolina Palmetto Award 2/13/2017
Tim Rock Named Market Sector Leader for Freight Rail and Intermodal Sector of TranSystems 1/17/2017
John Fortmann Joins TranSystems as Vice President and Client Manager Bringing Extensive Illinois DOT Experience 1/10/2017
Greg Wellman Joins TranSystems as Market Sector Leader for Airports and Air Carriers Sector 12/1/2016
TranSystems Announces New and Promoted Company Partners 11/30/2016
Chicago's Jane Byrne Interchange Named No. 1 Road Project by Roads&Bridges Magazine 10/10/2016
TranSystems Welcomes David Tiberi as West Regional Sales Leader 10/6/2016
Robert Turton, PE, SE, Named Bridge Practice Leader for TranSystems 9/29/2016
TranSystems Offers New Construction Technology Through Partnership with Pavia Systems 9/21/2016
Tim Rock Rejoins TranSystems as Southeast Regional Vice President 9/20/2016
CREATE P1 – Englewood Flyover Project Receives AREMA’s 2016 Dr. W.W. Hay Award of Excellence 8/29/2016
Jeffrey Stiles, AICP, Joins TranSystems as Market Sector Leader for Passenger Rail and Transit Sector 8/2/2016
U.S. Coast Guard project in Ketchikan, Alaska Wins DBIA Award of Merit 7/20/2016
Quentin Petersen Named Architectural Team Leader for TranSystems’ Great Lakes Region 7/13/2016
TranSystems Announces New Regional Leadership 7/8/2016
Athalye Consulting Engineering Services, Inc. Joins TranSystems Corporation 7/5/2016
Richard Markwith, PE, Named Market Sector Leader for States and Municipalities Sector of TranSystems 6/16/2016
Greg Murphy, PE, Named Senior Vice President for the States and Municipalities Sector of TranSystems 6/16/2016
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James Lugaila, AIA has been named Senior Architect for the Airports and Air Carriers Sector of TranSystems Corp., a consulting firm that provides engineering and architecture solutions to the transportation marketplace. click to read
BNSF Railway has now completed both phases to replace the Camas Bridge in southwest Washington, which spans the Washougal River. TranSystems is providing construction management services for the new single-track, five-span, 545-foot bridge, which is being constructed using accelerated bridge construction. Both phases were completed ahead of the 32 hour track window.  click to read
By: Rick Ferrin, TranSystems Senior Project Manager
Port Canaveral serves as a well-known departure point for cruise ships serving the Caribbean and the Gulf Coast. But it is the only major East Coast port that does not have a direct freight rail connection. Cargo moves between the port and regional rail facilities by truck, thus requiring multiple handlings and added expense. click to read
TranSystems Corp., a consulting firm that provides engineering, architectural and planning solutions to the transportation marketplace, welcomes public-private partnership (P3/PPP) and project finance expert Alistair Sawers as leader of its P3 Advisory Services. click to read
The Eads Bridge was originally just supposed to get a new coat of paint. But when a systematic inspection revealed extensive fatigue cracking to the rail deck floor system, those plans changed. Metro St. Louis Transit (Metro) quickly determined to rehabilitate the entire historic span across the Mississippi in a comprehensive manner. click to read
The Connecticut Dept. of Transportation has a $5-billion plan to de-elevate a two-mile stretch of Interstate 84 that runs right through downtown Hartford. Naturally, residents are concerned.
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TranSystems' Mike Lev describes the multiple innovations on Chicago's new O'Hare International Airport Joint Use/Consolidated Rental Car Facility in the March/April 2017 issue of Engineering Inc. magazine. click to read
The Bees Ferry Road Widening project in Charleston County, S.C. has earned the Palmetto Award by the American Council of Engineering Companies South Carolina Chapter. This is the highest honor given to a project by the chapter. click to read