September 12, 2013
The move consolidates all Transit & Rail Practice and GFT&RS activities under Mulqueen. The GFT&RS division specializes in transit and railroad track, signal, communication, electric traction and overhead catenary design.
March 30, 2011
LAVTA recently completed construction of bus stop improvements at 49 locations, which include distinctive shelters, real-time bus arrival information signs, lighting, benches, trash and recycling receptacles, bike racks, route signage and wayfinding signs.
January 10, 2011
Names Michael T. McNamara, P.E., president of Gannett Fleming Transit & Rail Systems, a division specializing in transit and railroad track, signal, communication, and electric traction design. He previously served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of the division.
December 20, 2010
Key contributions has been the design of many transit systems constructed in the U.S., including the Lindenwold Line in New Jersey, the Detroit People Mover in Michigan and the Market Street Elevated line for SEPTA.
May 8, 2009
Firm recognized for Grand Avenue Bus Depot and Central Maintenance Facility, built for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit.
February 19, 2009
Plans for the new facility may include an expansion of its existing solar and renewable energy sources, using green construction materials.
December 29, 2008
Through the acquisition, the firm now operates as the Abrams-Cherwony Business Unit in Gannett Fleming’s Philadelphia office and specializes in developing transportation service plans and conducting performance reviews.
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