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Gail Woods, PE, Joins TranSystems as Assistant Vice President and Client Manager
TranSystems Corp., a national transportation consulting firm that provides engineering, architectural and planning solutions, welcomes Gail Woods, PE, as Assistant Vice President and Client Manager in the company’s Orlando office.  

 

Gail brings 31 years of transportation engineering and project management experience. She recently served as a transportation department manager for another consulting firm and is dedicated to client service excellence offering significant project experience and capabilities in the management and design of large and small transportation projects.

 

“Gail is a consummate professional who is well respected by Florida transportation clients as an experienced and thorough project manager,” Kevin Thibault, Southeast Regional Vice President for TranSystems, said. “Her capabilities perfectly fit the growing practice we have here in Florida, and we are excited that she has made TranSystems her new home.”

 

Gail is actively involved in several associations, including the Florida Engineering Society as a Fellow, the Women’s Transportation Seminar and the American Society of Civil Engineers. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the Florida A&M University/Florida State University College of Engineering, and still is actively involved in her alma mater in recruiting new talent into the engineering industry.

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