TPD is pleased to welcome Amanda Purcell, PE, as the newest addition to the TPD family. She is a Senior Project Manager in the firm’s Traffic Engineering Services Department, working in TPD’s Pittsburgh, PA office.
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.
TPD’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the following individuals have been promoted to Vice President:
We congratulate these individuals, who were selected due to the leadership and direction they have provided for their respective departments and junior staff, as well as the care they take building relationships with our clients and teaming partners. Each of them has demonstrated their commitment to the firm’s tagline of Moving Forward Together® and they consistently align their efforts with TPD’s mission, vision and values.
As the 2019 holiday season has come to an end, so has TPD’s unique holiday giving program, which was created to benefit community members (and animals) across the eastern United States. This program also helped members of the firm continue to fulfill one of their collective corporate values: The commitment to bettering their surrounding communities through charitable work and giving.
TPD is pleased to welcome Herman Lloyd to the TPD family, in the role of Vice President, serving as the Philadelphia Area Regional Leader. Mr. Lloyd began his career in the A/E/C industry over 50 years ago, employed by what is now known as the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). At PennDOT, he primarily focused on construction management and inspection, including serving as the Assistant Construction Engineer. After serving 29 years at PennDOT, he spent over two decades at two A/E/C consulting firms, also focusing on construction management, and transitioning into leadership roles.