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October 9, 2012

STV acquires Calif. architecture firm

Founded in 1958, VBN serves education, transportation, government and commercial clients, and has extensive experience in the design of transit facilities. The firm is also a registered green business.


July 31, 2012

NJ Transit unveils dual-powered locomotives

STV provided design, inspection and test engineering support services for this initiative, which also extends north of the border to Canada where the same vehicles are being procured for Agence Métropolitaine de Transport in Montreal. The locomotives are being manufactured by Bombardier in Kassel, Germany.


May 16, 2011

PB, STV venture wins L.A. Metro rail contract

ConnectLAX will provide environmental and preliminary design services for an extension of the Metro Green Line light rail to Los Angeles International Airport.


January 5, 2009

STV wins Toronto light rail contract

The firm will provide program management and project management services to the TTC for Toronto’s Transit City Light Rail Plan.


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