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WSP USA Leaders to Attend United States Conference of Mayors Annual Meeting

Several leaders of WSP USA, formerly WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, will join the mayors of 250 of the nation’s cities at the 85th Annual Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Miami, Florida, June 23-26.


Port of Miami Tunnel
The WSP executives will discuss with mayors and other public officials a wide variety of issues that affect U.S. cities. Critical issues to be addressed include the federal budget and national economy, climate change and infrastructure development.

WSP USA is a business council member of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.  Representing WSP USA at the conference will be Joseph Pulicare, president of the firm’s U.S. transportation and infrastructure sector; John Trotta, national director of client services; Stuart Sunshine, director, state, local and government affairs; and Tanya Adams, vice president and community relations and diversity manager, Central region.

WSP designs lasting solutions in the buildings, transportation, energy, water and environment sectors. With nearly 7,000 people in 100 offices across the U.S., the firm partners with its clients to help communities prosper.

WSP provides a range of services addressing infrastructure needs, working with cities and local government leaders to maintain and expand the nation’s infrastructure. Drawing on 132 years of technical expertise, WSP is leading the way to maintaining, modernizing, restoring and building anew infrastructure in cities across America. The firm brings the latest technologies and innovations to its work to meet community needs for mobility, connectivity, sustainability and resiliency.

Current and recent WSP projects include the PortMiami Tunnel in Miami, Florida; 432 Park Avenue and the Second Avenue Subway in New York City; the O’Hare Modernization Program in Chicago, Illinois; the Cincinnati Bell Connector Streetcar; the Salesforce Tower and Transbay Terminal in San Francisco; the Expo  Line 2, Regional Connector and Purple Line Extension in Los Angeles, California; the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.; and the 30th Street Station District Plan in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Photo: PortMiami Tunnel, Miami, Florida. WSP served as owner's engineer for this project, which opened in 2014.