Management & Operations

Parsons Brinckerhoff names new COO

Posted on May 27, 2015

Joseph G. Pulicare was named chief operating officer (COO) of the U.S. transportation sector of Parsons Brinckerhoff.

In his new position, Pulicare is responsible for a diverse range of activities that support the overall positioning of the company and contribute to achieving annual sales, overhead and profit goals. His operational responsibilities include developing and implementing strategic plans, developing new client relationships, oversight of market/pursuit intelligence gathering, resource deployment, and regional profit and loss analysis and management.

He will also serve as a principal on major pursuits and projects and be based in the Philadelphia office.

A nationally recognized transportation industry executive, Pulicare has more than 37 years of experience. Prior to joining Parsons Brinckerhoff, he was executive VP/CEO, transportation for the Americas operations of an international consulting engineering organization. He was responsible for all transportation operations in North, South and Latin America, providing leadership and oversight across all markets, including highway/bridge, transit, aviation, port and marine and freight rail.

He has also been a senior executive with several other consulting engineering organizations and previously served as a program manager and principal engineer with New Jersey Transit.

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