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TPD Makes its Mark: Recognition from two National Organizations

July 18, 2014

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We made the cut! ZweigWhite's annual Best Firms To Work For competition has ranked Traffic Planning and Design, Inc. (TPD) as the #33 Best Civil Engineering Firm to Work For in the nation. This prestigious competition recognizes outstanding architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms for inspiring their teams to perform at the highest levels through providing distinctive and innovative work environments. In TPD’s 12th year on the list, we have established ourselves as perennial top employer. ZweigWhite is an organization that serves as a true partner to the A/E/C community, providing continual resources and tools to help firms to succeed. The complete list of winners is available here.

Engineering News Record (ENR) has also named TPD a Top Design Firm in the Mid-Atlantic region this year. ENR named TPD the #61 design firm in the region. TPD is also 3rd on the list of firms mentioned who solely specializes in providing Transportation Engineering services. The complete list of winners is available here.

Since 1989, TPD has continually demonstrated a commitment to providing exceptional staff benefits, including technology resources and flexible schedules to encourage a healthy work/life balance and aggressive professional development. From PA offices in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pottstown, Harrisburg, Allentown, West Chester, Doylestown, and a NJ office on the Camden Waterfront, TPD’s staff members specialize in Transportation Planning; Highway, Streetscape, and Trail Design; Bridge Design and Inspection; Traffic Signal System Design; Environmental Services and Permitting; Construction Management and Inspection; as well as Expert Witness Support for Accident Investigations for a diverse range of clients in both the public and private sectors.