Gannett Fleming has hired Terry Snow, PE, as vice president and transportation manager for North Carolina and Virginia. Based in the Raleigh, North Carolina, office, Snow leads transportation business development, project delivery, financial performance, and client service. He also serves as the manager of the Raleigh office.
“Terry brings valuable industry experience and leadership to our North Carolina and Virginia transportation teams,” said Art Barrett, PE, Gannett Fleming senior vice president. “He has spent his entire career serving the region and has contributed to critical projects in both states.”
Snow has more than 26 years of experience in transportation engineering, planning, traffic signal design and studies, railroad grade crossing studies, environmental documentations, feasibility/corridor studies, traffic impact analysis, traffic control and pavement marking plans, functional roadway and interchange design, parking, air quality analysis, noise analysis, and public involvement programs.
He is serving as the principal-in-charge and project manager for the Caleb’s Creek major mixed use development project in Kernersville, North Carolina. The project entails a transportation impact study, in addition to functional roadway designs for roadway widening, three roundabouts, and five stream crossings. Snow also is serving as principal-in-charge for North Carolina Department of Transportation Western Region on-call task orders.
A licensed professional engineer in North Carolina, Snow has a bachelor degree in civil engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a fellow of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and serves as chair of the Strategic Initiatives Council for ITE’s North Carolina section. Additionally, Snow is a founding member of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s Coalition for a Prosperous Future. The coalition’s purpose is to advocate for transportation funding in North Carolina.
Snow is a resident of Hillsborough, North Carolina.