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Zmudzinski to lead national rail systems at WSP

Posted on September 17, 2018

Robert Zmudzinski has been appointed VP and national rail systems engineering manager in the New York office of WSP USA.
Robert Zmudzinski has been appointed VP and national rail systems engineering manager in the New York office of WSP USA.
Robert Zmudzinski has been appointed VP and national rail systems engineering manager in the New York office of WSP USA, a leading engineering and professional services consultancy.

In his new role, Zmudzinski will lead the firm’s transit and rail systems engineering team and support business development across the U.S.

Zmudzinski has more than three decades of varied transit and rail industry expertise, including work on projects for the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), Los Angeles Metro, Chicago Transit Authority, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Amtrak and agencies outside of the U.S.

He served as the systems integration manager of the $4 billion MTA Second Avenue Subway Project and was the project executive for a PANYNJ project to harden and protect the agency’s infrastructure from events that could compromise the PATH system.

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