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WSP | PB expands NorCal ops with San Jose office

Posted on June 7, 2016

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff is expanding its Northern California operations with a new office location in Silicon Valley.

The firm has managed infrastructure projects in the Bay Area for more than 60 years, and this new office, located at 2025 Gateway Place, Suite 348 in San Jose, consolidates the firm’s offerings in the environment, buildings and transportation sectors.

The firm’s experience in Santa Clara County includes the development and implementation of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s (VTA) light rail network, as well as work at the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, and several buildings in San Jose, including the Judicial Council of California’s Santa Clara Family Justice Center, Avaya Stadium, and two towers across from City Hall for SJSC Properties LLC.

The firm has also contributed to the SR 237 express lanes project in Milpitas/San Jose, the downtown San Jose light rail transit efficiency study for the VTA; a study of transit options between SR 87 and SR 101 for the City of Cupertino; the I-680 corridor study between SR 101 and the Santa Clara County line for the VTA; systems design for a 10-mile extension of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system to San Jose; and due diligence and environmental compliance services for a local commercial developer at locations in San Jose, Palo Alto and Cupertino.

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, which also has offices in San Francisco and Oakland, has a long history of working in Northern California. Recent and current projects in San Francisco include Presidio Parkway and Central Subway, the new east span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and numerous buildings, including the Transbay Transit Center; the Salesforce Tower; the Strand Theater; a residential tower at 100 Van Ness Avenue; and an office tower at 350 Mission Street.

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