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WSP appoints new civil engineer lead

Posted on November 2, 2017

In his new position, Nicholson is responsible for project management, design, coordination, and delivery of new transportation construction and rehabilitation projects for public and private clients. Photo courtesy of WSP USA. 
In his new position, Nicholson is responsible for project management, design, coordination, and delivery of new transportation construction and rehabilitation projects for public and private clients. Photo courtesy of WSP USA. 

WSP USA recently promoted John Nicholson to the civil technical excellence center lead position in the Pittsburgh office, the company announced. 

In his new position, Nicholson is responsible for project management, design, coordination, and delivery of new transportation construction and rehabilitation projects for public and private clients. He will focus on staff development, efficient project delivery, and quality assurance/quality control.

Nicholson has more than 20 years of transportation industry experience, with expertise in transportation construction and rehabilitation.

A licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and North Carolina, he earned a B.S. in civil engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and an M.B.A. from Point Park University. He is a member of the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania and the American Society of Highway Engineers, where he serves on the board of directors, scholarship committee, and as the registration committee chairperson of the organization’s Pittsburgh section.

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