TRC Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TRR) today announced that Robert Jurasin has joined the Company as a Vice President/Principal of the firm and Practice Leader of the Transportation Design Group in the East. In this capacity, Mr. Jurasin will be responsible for overall transportation design-related business development and operations, client relations, and project oversight in the Northeast with a focus on New York, New Jersey, and the New England States.
Mr. Jurasin is experienced with managing high-profile feasibility and design projects for highways/interchanges, airports, ports, and transit/BRT/LRT. In addition, he has overseen projects involving regional/downtown transportation planning, traffic engineering design and parking feasibility and design throughout the northeast for DOTs, Authorities, Regional Agencies, Municipalities and private sector clients.
“We are pleased to welcome Bob to the TRC team,” said Chris Vincze, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Bob’s track record of successful operations and project management on diverse and complex transportation projects and his expertise in planning and consensus building will help TRC deliver the highest quality results for our clients.”
Previously, Mr. Jurasin was Vice President and Client Services Director for CH2M Hill’s Northeast Transportation Business Group focused on the planning, design and construction of surface transportation systems. Prior to CH2M Hill, Jurasin was with Wilbur Smith Associates, an international transportation consulting firm, for over 25 years. He was Senior Vice President, responsible for the overall operations, business development and management of the firm’s Northeast Region.Mr. Jurasin is currently on or has served on the Board of Directors at Wilbur Smith Associates, ACEC Conn. and Rideworks, as well as on several Committees of professional organizations, including ITE Transportation Consultants Council, ITE TPC, TRB Access Management Committee and ACEC National Transportation Committee. He also has contributed to several national Guidelines/Manuals, including the Access Management Manual [TRB/FHWA], ITE Transportation Handbook, Context Sensitive Solutions in Designing Major Thoroughfares for Walkable Communities [ITE], and Parking [IPI]. Mr. Jurasin holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University and is a registered professional engineer in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island and Delaware.