Mangione To Expand WSP Leadership Role

Written by Andrew Corselli
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Michael Mangione will be expanding his leadership responsibilities at WSP USA, as he was promoted to National Markets Director for Transportation.

Mangione, who also currently serves as the National Highway/Bridge Director for WSP, will work with all market leaders in an effort to develop and drive growth strategies, position WSP for major opportunities and encourage collaboration and technical excellence. He will also coordinate with and support regional managers, business development directors, area managers and project managers to win work, deliver projects and recruit industry-best talent.

Mangione joined the firm in 1995 and most recently has led WSP’s highway, bridge mobility operations and tolling business. He will continue to serve in this leadership role while expanding his responsibilities to oversee all WSP transportation sectors.

Mangione has served in several business management and technical leadership positions throughout his career at WSP, providing him “with the right experience and develop the relationships to excel as the firm’s national markets director.”

Mangione has served multiple transportation leadership and technical roles since joining WSP, including managing the firm’s Briarcliff, N.Y., office, where he oversaw approximately 200 staff working on highway, bridge, tolling and transportation projects.

Mangione has a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Structural Engineering from Manhattan College. He is a licensed professional engineer in 13 states.

“Mike has led successful geographic expansion, business development and diversification initiatives over the past 25 years and has built enduring client relationships through effective project delivery as a trusted advisor to our clients,” said Joe Pulicare, President of Transportation, WSP USA. “This appointment aligns with our strategy to implement a market-focused business approach to foster growth and provide new opportunities for our staff.”

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