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STV promotes McIntyre to sr. VP

Posted on March 10, 2017

STV has promoted the New York-based senior project manager Scott McIntyre, P.E., LEED AP, to senior VP.

Over the course of his more than 35-year career, McIntyre has been a central figure in the design and construction of some of the New York region’s most transformative passenger transportation initiatives, including the World Trade Center Transportation Hub and AirTrain JFK.

Scott McIntyre
Scott McIntyre

McIntyre’s involvement in the recently opened, $3.9 billion Hub in Lower Manhattan has spanned the past 14 years. He was the project director for the landmark transportation facility, which serves as a portal to the World Trade Center site while connecting a Port Authority Trans Hudson station with 10 New York City Transit lines. STV, as part of the Downtown Design Partnership, a joint venture of STV/AECOM, in association with world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava and Parsons Transportation Group, was the architect- and engineer-of-record. As project director, McIntyre helped coordinate with an unprecedented number of stakeholders, including the client, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, as well as city, state and federal agencies, in bringing the project to fruition last March.

Prior to his role with the Hub, McIntyre was the project director for the $1.9 billion AirTrain JFK. Opened in 2003, this 8.3-mile light rail line connects John F. Kennedy International Airport with the Long Island Rail Road and New York City subway system. It was the first new rail line to be built in New York City in nearly 40 years and the city’s first design, build, operate, maintain (DBOM) initiative.

Another passenger rail assignment that McIntyre supported was NJ TRANSIT’s $1 billion Hudson-Bergen Light Trail Transit project, the rail industry’s first major DBOM assignment in the U.S. McIntyre provided overall design management for the initial operating segment of the line serving Bayonne to Newport, N.J., which included 9.5 miles of right-of-way, 16 stations and maintenance and storage facilities.

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