McMahon Associates, Inc., a transportation engineering and planning firm, today announced that Christopher J. Williams, P.E., Vice President and Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager, has been nominated and elected to the firm’s Board of Directors and appointed as a Principal of the firm.
McMahon Associates, Inc., a transportation engineering and planning firm, is pleased to announce the elevation of Jason T. Adams, P.E., PTOE and Christopher K. Bauer, P.E., PTOE to Associates of the firm. This designation affirms that Adams and Bauer are considered to be key members of McMahon, and a part of the next generation of the firm’s top leadership.
McMahon is proud to enter the 2018 Best Places to Work in PA List at #8 in the Medium Company category.
Our Natasha Manbeck, P.E., AICP, Senior Project Manager explains why one size does not fit all in the planning and design of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure.
McMahon is pleased to announce that Jonathan Church, AICP, and former Administrator of the Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA), has joined the firm to further expand the depth of our transit practice.
McMahon is pleased to announce the promotions of two of the firm’s Principals, Casey A. Moore, P.E., VP & Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager and Gary R. McNaughton, P.E., PTOE, VP & New England Regional Manager, to the title of Executive Vice President having responsibility for firmwide oversight of the company’s corporate and technical operations, respectively. Both Moore and McNaughton currently serve on the firm’s five-member Board of Directors.
On May 7, 2018 the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association’s 28th Annual Meeting, our own Rebekah Landis, P.E. and Daniel Wanger, P.E. were recognized as Top TDM Professionals Under 40 for their great work incorporating and promoting Transportation Demand Management (TDM) principles into their projects. Quite an accomplishment!
McMahon today announced the creation of the Joseph and Peggy McMahon Transportation Engineering Scholarship Fund in tribute to the firm’s founder Joseph McMahon, and his wife, and longest-tenured key partner, Peggy McMahon. The couple established McMahon in 1976 with a “Pay It Forward” dedication at its core, and this scholarship fund preserves their legacy and promotes that commitment into the future to support new engineering generations.