Gannett Fleming, Inc. elected Bryan P. Mulqueen, PE, to its board of directors effective Jan. 1, 2018. Based in the firm’s Raleigh, North Carolina, office, Mulqueen is an executive vice president and Transit & Rail Global Business Line director.
Mulqueen has led some of the most challenging and high-profile transit and rail projects across the United States and Canada during his 30-plus year career. During his tenure with Gannett Fleming, Mulqueen has overseen multiple projects including his current role on the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit project in North Carolina, the Caltrain Modernization Program Management Services project in California, the Metrolinx project in Toronto, and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority On-Call Services project in Washington, D.C.
“Bryan’s appointment to our Board of Directors demonstrates his value to our organization and he will be an asset in guiding Gannett Fleming’s future growth, diversification, and success,” said Bob Scaer, PE, Gannett Fleming chairman and CEO. “His recognized industry acumen, vision, and ability to solve his clients’ most compelling issues will continue to drive Gannett Fleming forward.”
As the Transit & Rail Global Business Line director, Mulqueen drives the successful delivery of services to the transit industry, including planning through design, construction management, and operations. Gannett Fleming’s Transit & Rail Global Business Line is consistently ranked as a top-tier solution provider. The firm offers industry-leading and award-winning expertise in complex rail systems, safety, and operations, as well as transit facility and infrastructure design for heavy and light rail, commuter and freight rail, and bus.
Mulqueen holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He sits on the board of directors for the American Public Transportation Association and has professional affiliations with the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association and the American Society of Civil Engineers.