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Wharton named director, alternative delivery services, at SYSTRA

Posted on February 25, 2019

SYSTRA announced that Jeffrey Wharton has been named director, alternative delivery services, to lead design-build partnerships throughout the U.S.

Wharton most recently served as president of a manufacturer of specialty transit equipment for the international transit electrification industry. Prior to that, he held executive management roles for a nationwide construction firm that specializes in mass transit and energy.

Wharton is an executive committee member on the American Public Transportation Association Board of Directors, director on the American Public Transportation Foundation, and member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He has 39 years of experience.

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