TPD is pleased to announce we have been named the #5 Best Place to Work in PA (medium-sized employer category). This marks our fourth straight year in the top five, and our fifteenth year in the rankings. The complete list of winners and more information on the competition is available here.
On Thursday October 29th, the Greater Valley Forge (GVF) Transportation Management Association (TMA) recognized three TPDers for their outstanding work related to Transportation Demand Management (TDM) as part of their annual “Top TDM Professionals Under 40” awards program.
TPD was ranked the #4 Best Civil Engineering Firm to Work For in the nation, as well as #1 overall in its size category on the Zweig Group’s 2020 Best Firms To Work For list. This program recognizes outstanding A/E/C firms for inspiring their teams to perform at the highest levels through providing distinctive and innovative work environments. Firms are evaluated comprehensively on firm culture, workplace practices, benefits, retention rates, professional development, and more – from both management and staff’s perspective. The Zweig Group is an organization whose mission is to help leaders and future leaders in the A/E/C and environmental consulting industries achieve success.
Congratulations to TPD Vice President & Philadelphia Area Regional Leader, Herman Lloyd, for being recognized by the Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia during the 2020 Delaware Valley Engineers Week celebrations with their “Outstanding Service to Engineering” award! Each year, an individual receives this award in recognition of their service to engineering in their personal and professional lives. Mr. Lloyd’s career achievements were recognized as they have stood the test of time.
On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, the Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) named Kevin Johnson, PE the Advocacy Award winner during their Annual Membership Meeting and Awards Luncheon. This meeting is held annually for members and colleagues to celebrate TMACC’s successes over the past year and honor their members who have gone above and beyond to “live” their mission. Specifically, the award for Advocacy is presented to an individual or group that displays institutional leadership working towards advancing TMACC’s priorities, including improving air quality, congestion mitigation and improving access to transportation.