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WSP USA names Las Vegas office leader/sr. engineering manager

Posted on March 14, 2018

John Meng
John Meng

John Meng has been named office leader and sr. engineering manager in the Las Vegas office of WSP USA, formerly WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff.

In his new position, Meng is responsible for the management, growth, and development of the firm’s Las Vegas office, as well as performance of WSP’s projects in the area. He provides focus, direction, and leadership, as well as project management and technical expertise on local projects as appropriate.

Meng has worked in the transportation industry for more than two decades, with a range of experience in aviation, highway, transit, and water resource projects with public and private clients on projects of sizes ranging up to $1.5 billion. His experience includes design, construction management, and program management. Prior to joining WSP, he was with an international engineering organization, serving as a design manager on the California High-Speed Rail Program, as well as several other roles.

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