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Site Planning and Development

Distribution facilities are proliferating at the intersection of consumption zones and transportation nodes. TranSystems works with logistics land owners to identify industrial sites of the future and to create modern logistics centers with multimodal transportation access. Our solutions support logistics centers in maximizing the yield of available sites and providing the most economical and fungible solutions to distribution challenges in the supply chain.

Our staff has designed more than 200 million sq. ft. of manufacturing and distribution space in the last 10 years and has civil engineering registrations in all 50 states to bring to our projects local permitting awareness.

TranSystems understands the client’s need to get products to market quickly and the need to have the infrastructure to do so. TranSystems leverages our experience with multimodal transportation, development and project delivery methods to support our clients’ market-driven schedule. We provide services from strategy to planning and execution, including right-of-way and traffic impact analyses.

TranSystems has worked with a variety of clients to provide the utmost is innovative services. Our client list includes 40 of the 50 state departments of Transportation, all six Class I railroads, as well as air carriers, tollway and turnpike authorities, counties and municipalities, and the Federal Highway Administration.
 

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