Thomas Carboni, PE, has joined Gannett Fleming as the Transit & Rail Global Business Line Facilities Practice principal project manager. In this role, he will leverage his more than 30 years of experience to support the firm’s growing footprint in the industry.
“As we extend our offering of passenger and maintenance facility design services to more clients, Tom will play a vital role,” said Bryan Mulqueen, PE, an executive vice president and Transit & Rail Global Business Line director. “His expertise and knowledge will allow Gannett Fleming to reach more clients with our facilities capabilities.”
As a project manager, Carboni led the modification and expansion improvements for Amtrak’s three existing High-Speed Rail (HSR) service and inspection maintenance facilities located in Washington, D.C., New York, and Boston. Additionally, he assisted with the development of the Railroad Rehabilitation & Improvement Financing application for Amtrak’s Acela 21 HSR program which included procurement of 28 Tier III HSR trainsets with numerous infrastructure improvements and safety modifications to maintenance facilities, track, and passenger stations. His passenger station experience includes project management for the Amtrak Accessible Stations Development Program and the Federal Railroad Administration, as well as design of passenger stations for Amtrak, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, New Jersey Transit, and other clients.
"I'm excited that Tom has joined our team and will expand our facilities project management capabilities for our Transit & Rail Global Business Line," said Scott Sibley, PE, Transit & Rail Global Business Line Facilities Practice leader. "He is a recognized thought leader in the industry and his experiences with Amtrak and regional rail clients make him a valuable asset to the team.”
Carboni earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute. His professional affiliations include the Society of American Military Engineers, Urban Land Institute, and the American Society of Civil Engineers.