Management & Operations

Otto to manage WSP transportation operations across four states

Posted on February 13, 2018

Agnes Otto
Agnes Otto

Agnes Otto has been named area manager responsible for transportation and infrastructure operations in Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Oklahoma at WSP USA, formerly WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, an engineering and professional services consultancy.

In her new position, Otto is responsible for strategic business growth across the four states plus Western Missouri, and the Kansas City metropolitan area. She focuses on establishing and maintaining strong client relationships, expanding the firm’s presence in all markets, and managing project performance.

Previously, Otto served as WSP’s director of integrated solutions, leading the firm’s efforts across a range of disciplines including planning, technology, public engagement, travel forecasting and design visualization. She also supported the strategic planning and development effort for the firm’s transportation & infrastructure group.

Prior to joining WSP in 2014, Otto had a 15-year career with a large U.S. infrastructure firm, where she served in progressively responsible positions, most recently as vice president for strategy management and strategic planning officer.

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