TranSystems
 

Careers

It's Your Future to Choose.

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  Greetings. 

  Welcome to the career section of TranSystems' website. There's a dynamic 
  future ahead of all of us in transportation; we invite you to share that future with
  us. 

  Remember the first time you felt the ground rock under your feet as a locomotive
  thundered by? Do you get a charge from the hurry and purpose in the airport,
  the train station, the port? Do you step back now and again and marvel at how
  transportation touches all of our lives, as businesses and individuals?

  We do. That's why our focus is completely on transportation, all modes, all applications, all disciplines. We're looking for people - diverse, committed, talented, spirited, collegial - who feel that same challenge and promise of transportation. 

We embrace the architectural, engineering and planning disciplines, but go beyond to incorporate supply chain and transportation real estate consulting, as well as other allied management consulting services. We have a nationwide network of offices serving major metropolitan regions. Our range of services is as broad as our geographic reach.

We maintain the highest ethical and professional standards of conduct and offer an exceptional environment full of challenge and reward. Employee ownership is internalized in the TranSystems' way of thinking, giving our employees a high stake in achieving success.

Gain experience working and leading a team responsible for high profile projects; grow into a project manager with responsibilities for developing client relations; teach a team of consultants how to execute a successful project on time. If these or our other potential futures match your career ambitions, please take this opportunity to search our Career Opportunities page for an up-to-date listing of jobs in your area.

Sincerely,
Brian Larson President & CEO, TranSystems

In The News

Like many in the rail business, Dallas Richards has spent several years mulling over a plan to address the industry’s talent deficit. His dual role as a senior project manager at TranSystems and adjunct engineering professor at the University of South Carolina provided him with one solution: adequate education for transportation engineers interested in rail.
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“We put our heads together with MoDOT and TranSystems. The result, a diverging diamond interchange that uses the existing bridge and would not require bridge replacement or modifications to I-70.”
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In front of a capacity crowd, three-time Indy 500 winner Bobby Unser was honored by the Road Racing Drivers Club at the "RRDC Evening with Bobby Unser presented by Firestone." RRDC president and emcee Bobby Rahal recognized event sponsors Firestone, Honda, TUDOR, TranSystems...
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Governor Malloy continued to push for his massive, 30-year transportation rebuild Monday, visiting what is expected to be the most expensive highway rebuilding project in state history. The consulting engineer [TranSystems] on the project says the time for the stop gap repairs that have been going on for decades is over.


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Collecting TMLS is a cost-effective and safe way for surveyors and engineers to receive survey/engineering-grade as-built data collection of roadways, railroads, airports and streetscapes.
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The preparation of a new long-range transportation plan would be covered by a $40,000 investment with the civil engineering firm, TranSystems.
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TranSystems' Carol Schweiger describes how bus driver attitudes have changed about real-time bus tracking as the Maryland Transit Administration's new online tool is being launched. It allows riders to plug in a bus stop and see the next bus’ ETA and location on a map.

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The Elgin City Council is expected to discuss moving forward a $281,000 engineering services agreement with the Schaumburg office of Kansas City-based TranSystems, Inc. for the Riverside Drive bridge rehabilitation project.
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The city of Blue Springs has hired TranSystems to evaluate 168 miles of sidewalks in Blue Springs in preparation to repair sidewalks throughout the city and make its pedestrian infrastructure accessible to people with disabilities.

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