Carol Rose, Vice President, STV
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STV Elevates Carol Rose to Vice President

Carol Rose is taking on a Vice President role at STV, a professional services firm that plans, designs and manages infrastructure projects across North America. Her promotion follows nearly 30 years of firm service in rail vehicle procurement and engineering programs.

STV has hired Bryan Williams (left) as Vice President and Pacific Northwest Area Manager within the Transportation West Group; Rob Troup (center) as Senior Vice President and Senior Program Manager; and Matteo Montesi as West Coast Vice President and Engineering Director in the Tunneling and Geotechnical Practice.
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STV Appoints Three Transportation Executives

Professional services firm STV has tapped three executives to lead its transportation market in the Pacific Northwest, to serve as an infrastructure program advisor and manager, and to oversee the geotechnical and tunnel practice on the West Coast, respectively.

NCFO President Dean Devita will retire on Dec. 31, 2023.
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People News: STV, NCFO

STV appoints Gabrielle Yates to Vice President of Project Accounting and Billing Operations. Also, Dean Devita, President of the National Conference of Firemen and Oilers (NCFO), announces his retirement.

MARTA has received $1.75 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation to stand up a transit and TOD “accelerator” that it says will “close capital funding gaps for projects across the region.”

Transit Briefs: MARTA, SunRail, TTC, WMATA

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) secures $1.75 million to form a regional transit and transit-oriented development (TOD) accelerator. Also, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) provides new details on SunRail’s proposed extension; Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) restores streetcar service to Humber Loop; and Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) opens a new Integrated Command and Communications Center.

From Left to Right: George Moubayad, Chief Sustainability and Strategy Officer, Caterpillar; Patrick Watz, Midwest District Transportation Leader, WSP; Matthew Lunemann, Vice President and Engineering Director, Tunneling and Geotechnical Group, STV; and Angel Peña, Vice President for Rail and Transit, Texas/Mountain Region, STV.
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People News: Caterpillar, WSP, STV

Caterpillar, Inc. names George Moubayad as its new Chief Sustainability and Strategy Officer. Also, WSP promotes Patrick Watz to Midwest District Transportation Leader; and STV appoints Angel Peña as Vice President for Rail and Transit in the firm’s Texas/Mountain Region and welcomes Matthew Lunemann as Vice President and Engineering Director in its Tunneling and Geotechnical Practice.

Paula Gartner, Stantec (left), and Terry Snow, STV.
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People News: Stantec, STV

Paula Gartner joins Stantec to lead the global design and engineering firm’s transportation business in the Gulf Coast states. Also, Terry Snow takes on the role of Vice President and Business Unit Leader, South Carolina at STV, a professional services firm that plans, designs and manages infrastructure projects across North America.

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STV Acquires American Engineers

STV Group, Inc. (STV) announced June 8 that it has acquired American Engineers, Inc., a full-service civil engineering firm with a staff of more than 120 professionals in Kentucky and Georgia, servicing clients throughout the Southeast.

Gabrielle (Farrell) Mondestin, Chief Communications Officer, MBTA (left); and Liz Justison, Transportation West Operating Group President, STV.

People News: MBTA, STV

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) names Gabrielle (Farrell) Mondestin to the newly created position of Chief Communications Officer. Also, Liz Justison joins STV as the Transportation West Operating Group President.