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AECOM sees Carla Aguilar Rivera as Transit/Rail Project Manager

AECOM sees Carla Aguilar Rivera as Transit/Rail Project Manager

 April 25, 2022

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AECOM has appointed Carla Aguilar Rivera as Transit/Rail Project Manager for the Oakland team in California, USA.

Using her technical experience, Carla will work with clients to develop sustainable transportation, infrastructure and walkable communities.

Transforming conceptual designs into functioning systems

AECOM Carla Aguilar Rivera

AECOM develops comprehensive transit and intercity rail projects from concept through operation.

The company's mass transit expertise spans more than 100 years and includes work with rail and bus companies, major transit agencies as well as with federal state and local governments around the globe.

AECOM's interdisciplinary team includes transit, railroad, tunnel, bridge, and systems engineers, transit architects, urban designers and financial experts who use their talents to transform a conceptual design into a functioning system.

Providing engineering and construction services for multiyear, multimillion-dollar projects for major transit agencies, AECOM specialists provide analytical and strategic expertise for every stage of a project.

AECOM has worked on all types of mass transit systems including bus rapid transit, light rail transit and commuter rail, and develops designs that fully consider safety, sustainability, constructability, operability and maintainability through the lens of its clients.

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