TranSystems’ Strub transitions to ACEC Chair

Peter Strub

Greenville, S.C. – TranSystems’ Principal and Senior Vice President Peter Strub took the gavel as the incoming 2016-2017 American Council of Engineering Companies Chair at the ACEC Convention April 26, 2016, succeeding Ralph Christie of Merrick & Company. He will preside through April 2017.

“I’m honored to follow in the footsteps of great ACEC leadership and look forward to continuing to support and advocate for engineering companies across the country,” Strub said.

Strub has been involved with ACEC at various levels, including National Director and ACEC South Carolina PAC Champion since 1992. His involvement at the national level extends over the past 12 years and includes positions such as Executive Committee Vice Chairman, Treasurer, Planning Cabinet Chair and Membership Chairman.

Strub has more than 35 years of experience in engineering and design and currently serves as a Principal and Senior Vice President in TranSystems’ Greenville, S.C., office. His areas of expertise include project management, comprehensive location and design studies and the preparation of preliminary and final right-of-way and construction plans for major highway improvement programs. He holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Iowa State University and is a certified professional engineer in nine states throughout the southeast region of the United States.

About TranSystems
TranSystems provides consulting, engineering and architecture solutions to solve the nation’s transportation infrastructure challenges. For 50 years, its 900 professionals in more than 30 offices are dedicated to enhancing and improving the movement of people and goods by creating an integrated transportation system around key transportation markets, including states, tollways, municipalities, freight rail, passenger rail and transit, airports, port facilities and multimodal. Learn more at www.transystems.com.

About ACEC
The American Council of Engineering Companies is the business association of America’s engineering industry, representing more than 5,000 independent engineering firms and more than 600,000 professionals throughout the U.S. engaged in the development of America’s transportation, water and energy infrastructure, along with environmental, industrial and other public and private facilities. Founded in 1909, ACEC is a national federation of 51 state and regional organizations.