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Martin Engelmann Joins Stantec’s California Transportation Practice

Parul Dubey on October 4, 2019 - in News, People

Walnut Creek, CA, NYSE, TSX:STN- Martin Engelmann, PE, has joined Stantec—a global engineering, architecture, and consulting firm—as a senior transportation planning manager in the firm’s Walnut Creek, California, office. Engelmann has 35-plus years of transportation planning, engineering, policy and programming experience in California. At Stantec, he will serve as part of the leadership team for the Pacific Region Transportation Group focusing on growing the local transportation market and serving our clients on key projects.

Engelmann comes to Stantec from the Contra Costa Transportation Authority, where he built a nearly 30-year career focused on project and program management, team leadership, and administration. Since 2006, Engelmann has been deputy executive director of planning, responsible for developing and implementing all Congestion Management Agency (CMA) planning functions. He provided oversight of the growth management elements of Measures C and J, which helped to preserve the character of Contra Costa County, making it a highly desirable place to live, play, and work in the Bay Area.

In his role as deputy executive director of planning, Engelmann has developed and implemented the countywide transportation plan, the countywide bicycle and pedestrian plan, the congestion management program, the regional transportation mitigation fee for Contra Costa and the Tri-Valley region. He also oversaw numerous major corridor studies and participated in the development of the $2 billion Measure J and X self-help county tax measures.

“Martin’s decades of transportation experience will enhance our California Transportation team,” says Tina Moschetti, Stantec senior principal and Transportation managing leader. “He is a proven expert in corridor planning and analysis. Additionally, his team leadership while overseeing policies and procedures for cross-jurisdictional communication is critical to moving important transportation projects forward.”

Corridor-specific projects include planning and forecasting efforts for long-range studies for Route 4, I-80, I-680, Route 24, and the Ygnacio Valley Road Corridor. Additional work included the feasibility study for major new freeway project between Brentwood and Tracy (State Route 239), including a project study report.

Engelmann is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, and the Transportation Research Board. He has served as the CMA representative on the Regional Planning Committee and as chair of the San Francisco Bay Area Partnership’s planning and operations committee. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, with a master’s degree in engineering from the University of California Berkeley.


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