Brennan Named WSP USA Regional Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Texas/Mountain Region
Andrew Brennan has joined WSP USA to lead the firm’s transportation alternative delivery projects in the Southwestern U.S.
HOUSTON — WSP USA, a leading engineering and professional services consultancy, has hired Andrew Brennan as Texas/Mountain region’s director of strategic initiatives for alternative delivery projects.
Based in the firm’s Houston office, Brennan will manage the pursuit and execution of alternative delivery projects covering various markets, including highways, transit and rail, and aviation. He will draw on the firm’s extensive experience in alternative project delivery, including design-build and public-private partnerships. Brennan will also be responsible for implementing the firm’s growth strategy in Texas, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.
“Andrew has a strong background engaging projects throughout the entire lifecycle, from business development through project execution and delivery,” said Arpit Talati, regional manager for WSP’s Texas/Mountain region. “Our clients in this region plan to implement an unprecedented volume of projects using alternative delivery methods over the next decade. Andrew’s leadership skills and knowledge significantly enhances our ability to support our clients in this endeavor partnering with them to deliver these complex and significant projects.”
Prior to joining WSP as a vice president, Brennan served multiple leadership roles for a global engineering services firm, most recently as senior director for Texas transportation design-build projects.
A licensed professional engineer in Texas, he brings more than 25 years of engineering experience to WSP, which includes leading business development and project execution for a variety of large, complex engineering and construction projects in the highway, transit, buildings, environmental and energy markets. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, and Virginia Polytechnic Institute with a master’s degree in business administration.
The Texas/Mountain region is home to some of WSP’s largest alternative delivery projects, including the Texas Central high-speed passenger train, ADOT Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway, Austin U.S. 183 Bergstrom Expressway, Dallas Horseshoe interchange, Dallas-Fort Worth Connector, San Antonio LP 1604, Dallas Southern Gateway, Denver Central 70, Lehi I-15 Tech Corridor, Salt Lake City I-15 Bangerter, DART Blue Line Extension, and Denver Southeast Rail Extension.
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