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.
Mesquite Intermodal Facility Expansion Receives Recognition
TranSystems’ Mesquite Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) Intermodal Facility Expansion project in Mesquite, Texas, has been recognized by the American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) with an Excellence in Concrete Pavements award. The project team has received a Silver Award in the Industrial Paving category. TranSystems served as the engineer.

The expansion project was initiated to keep up with consumer demands. TranSystems responsibilities included site assessment, design and development plans, project bidding and construction support, and project management.
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The Connecticut Department of Transportation has selected TranSystems for their Metro-North Railroad Bridge Inspection contract. click to read
TranSystems announces two new, great projects in western Pennsylvania being completed out of the firm’s Pittsburgh office. click to read
TranSystems was selected by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) Engineering District 10-0, in western Pennsylvania, for two bridge replacement projects. click to read
Russell Thatcher was invited to the APTA Board Member Seminar in Cleveland, Ohio to present on the report: “Strategy Guide to Enable and Promote the Use of Fixed-Route Transit by People with Disabilities.” click to read
Work is currently underway for eight bridge deck reconstructions in the Garden State. TranSystems was selected by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) for preliminary and final design for bridge deck reconstruction on the Garden State Parkway. click to read
ENR’s New York Region has announced its winners for the Regional Best 2014 projects – TranSystems’ Historic Mystic Movable Bridge Rehabilitation is the winner in the Highways/Bridge category. click to read
TranSystems, presented “Crossing into History: Compatible Bridge Design in Historic Districts,” which depicted the constant struggle of staying true to history and designing for the future. click to read
The M-231 bridge over Little Robinson Creek in Ottawa County, MI – designed by TranSystems – was selected by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) as a winner in the 2014 America’s Transportation Awards competition. click to read