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TranSystems Welcomes David Tiberi as West Regional Sales Leader
David Tiberi, PE, CCM, PMP, has been named West Regional Sales Leader for TranSystems Corp., a consulting firm that provides engineering and architecture solutions to the transportation marketplace. He brings more than 25 years of transportation and consulting industry experience, specifically in construction management and business development.


In this role, Tiberi will lead the sales strategy and business development for the West Region, which includes six California offices.

“David’s leadership, business development and sales experience in California is a great addition to TranSystems.” said Principal and Regional Vice President Ayman Salama. “He is well known in the California transportation industry and a trusted leader to many of our clients. He will bring an added level of strategic direction to our growing practices in California.”

Tiberi holds a Master of Science in civil engineering from California State University-Northridge and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from University of California, Berkeley. He is active with the Construction Management Association of America, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Design Build Institute of America among others.  
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