Multidiscipline civil engineering consulting and design firm Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) says its New York City office is experiencing “unprecedented growth,” nearly doubling in size since the start of 2022 and welcoming several highly regarded professionals across its markets.
VHB announced Aug. 8 that James Shao has joined the firm as the new Director of Traction Power in its Newark, N.J., office.
VHB announced May 8 that Stéphane Lefebvre, PE, ENV SP, has joined the firm as Northeast Transportation Market Leader. In this role, he will oversee the region’s strategic growth for the transportation market in both the public and private sectors while “promoting VHB’s integrated approach to deliver complex, multidiscipline projects across all markets.”
Joe Pizzurro, PE, has joined multidiscipline civil engineering consulting and design firm Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) as managing director of the New York City office, the firm announced on June 22.
A proposal to build the Brooklyn Queens Connector, a streetcar line linking the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, took a step toward reality Feb. 6 as the city’s Economic Development Corporation approved a key contract.
Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) International has named planning, design and engineering firm VHB, Watertown, Mass., 2018 Employer of the Year.
VHB has been named the local lead signal design consultant to work as part of the Ansaldo STS team on a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority $338 million project to equip the Boston commuter rail network with Positive Train Control (PTC). Ansaldo STS is a Hitachi Group company.