Entries by ATCS Marketing

ATCS Welcomes Andrew Gregson, P.E., CCM, as Vice President of Water/Wastewater Construction Services

ATCS is excited to welcome Andrew as the regional Water/Wastewater Construction Management practice leader. Andrew possesses over 30 years of broad-based experience in the design and construction of water and wastewater infrastructure including, pumping facilities, transmission systems and treatment plant projects. His areas of expertise include constructibility reviews, cost estimation, scheduling, value engineering, quality assurance, […]

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Lorton Road Widening Project

ATCS was present at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Lorton Road Widening Project at the Barrett House this past Thursday, March 30th, 2017. ATCS was the Design Firm of Record for preliminary design through construction. Pictured, Thomas Fleming (6th from left) who lead the design construction phase services.   ATCS is a professional consulting […]

ATCS Aids in the Development of the Catoctin Skate Park for the Town of Leesburg, VA

  ATCS assisted the Town of Leesburg, Virginia by providing site/civil engineering services for the development of the Town’s new 12,000 square foot lighted skate park, in collaboration with Spohn Ranch, the project designer and builder. ATCS’ engineering team provided a variety of consulting services including site layout, grading, zoning compliance, parking, storm drainage, storm […]

Brian Post Joins ATCS as Senior Transportation Manager for the Baltimore, MD Region

ATCS is pleased to welcome Brian Post, P.E. as Senior Transportation Manager for the Baltimore, MD office. In this role, Brian will support and grow ATCS’ portfolio of projects in the Baltimore region. Brian brings over 17 years of experience managing a multitude of roadway and highway projects, design studies, multimodal designs, and multi-discipline teams. […]

First Multimodal Ground Breaking Ceremony for Transform 66 Project in Loudoun County

Loudoun County Supervisors, VDOT representatives and members of the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission broke ground on the $6,120,400 Stone Ridge Park-and-ride lot in Aldie on October 25th. The commuter lot will be partially paid for with Interstate 66 toll revenue. The Stone Ridge Park-and-Ride lot will allow commuters to benefit from the express bus service […]