Shah Returns to WSP as Asset Management Director

Written by Andrew Corselli
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Keyur Shah is returning to WSP USA as a Vice President and Managing Director for the U.S. Asset Management practice.

In his new role, Shah will lead the firm’s digital asset management services in an effort to help clients take advantage of advances in data analytics and asset management tools and technologies.

Most recently, Shah served as the transportation industry lead for international research and advisory firm Gartner. Previously, he led asset management technology services at WSP for seven years.

Shah is a graduate of Gujarat University in India with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, and Texas A&M with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering. He is a member of the Institute of Asset Management and is recognized as a certified project management professional. During his previous tenure with WSP, he authored Federal Transit Administration and National Cooperative Highway Research Program asset management guides and has presented at various conferences over the years.

“I have helped clients across North America on their asset management improvement journeys through strategic plan preparation, data structure improvements, application and procurement strategy development and asset management system procurement/sourcing,” he said. “I am excited to rejoin the highly collaborative and high-performing team that brings deep asset management and technology expertise to provide ideal support to our clients.”

Shah’s clients have included transit organizations, state departments of transportation, city and county governments, and airport authorities.

“Keyur has been instrumental in our past success,” said Christian Roberts, WSP Managing Director of Asset Management and Business Advisory. “Rejoining WSP, Keyur will continue to focus on digital asset management as part of the largest and most local asset management consulting group in the USA. I am looking forward to working with Keyur again, collaborating with WSP clients to maximize the value of their assets in order to achieve their strategic priorities.”

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