We recently welcomed two new senior-level managers to the TPD team – leaders who have demonstrated records of technical excellence and client satisfaction within the Pennsylvania transportation marketplace. Combined with TPD’s established services and operations, these managers will work with agencies, counties, municipalities and others to help deliver quality engineering and construction projects across the Commonwealth and beyond. See below to get better acquainted, and please reach out to them directly (click their photo) for more information.
Senior Project Manager
Christine is an accomplished Project Manager with over 26 years of Traffic Engineering and Highway Design experience, primarily in the Lehigh Valley. She previously served as a Project Manager for multiple intersection improvement and bridge replacement projects in PennDOT’s Engineering District 5-0, as well as Agreement Manager for a PennDOT District 5-0 Highway Occupancy Permit Review Contract. Christine has served as a Consultant Project Manager (CPM) for District 5-0 for the past 13 years. At TPD, she will serve as a Senior Project Manager, responsible for managing design agreements, and will continue her role as a District 5-0 Consultant Project Manager (CPM). Her strong experience, people skills and ability to problem solve will allow her to continue to serve clients within the Lehigh Valley and beyond.
Senior Construction Manager
At TPD, Randy leverages his 36 years of experience to help clients successfully deliver CM/CI projects throughout northeastern PA. Much of his career was spent at PennDOT’s Engineering District 5-0 with various duties, including Project Management, Constructability Reviews, CPM Scheduling, IT Training, Construction Inspection and documentation for a multitude of project types, including roadways, bridges, streetscapes, trails and ADA ramps. In his previous position of FAM Coordinator, Randy managed all of the District’s federally-funded, locally-sponsored projects, including the reconstruction of the Coplay-Northampton Bridge in Lehigh and Northampton Counties, as well as the reconstruction of the Buttonwood Bridge in the City of Reading, Berks County.