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Ferguson to lead central region transit and rail market at WSP

Posted on October 22, 2018

Chris Ferguson has been appointed central region transit and rail market lead for WSP USA.
Chris Ferguson has been appointed central region transit and rail market lead for WSP USA.

Chris Ferguson has been appointed central region transit and rail market lead for WSP USA, a leading engineering and professional services consultancy.     

In his new role, Ferguson, who will be based in the firm’s Chicago office, will drive business development, pursuits and strategy, synchronize teaming relationships, lead coordination and communications with clients and partners, and support technical projects.

Ferguson has more than a decade of transit and rail industry expertise, including with Class One freight railroads, and projects for transportation agencies such as Metra (Chicago), the Chicago Transit Authority, SunRail (Florida), the Utah Transit Authority, and Rio Metro (New Mexico).

He continues to work with various agencies on positive train control implementation as they strive to meet regulatory deadlines.  


   

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