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For more than 50 years, TranSystems has provided engineering and architectural planning, design and construction solutions to enhance the movement of goods and people across today’s integrated transportation infrastructure. Services are delivered throughout the asset life cycle, from concept to construction to long-term operations, maintenance and rehabilitation.

www.transystems.com 

Main: 816-329-8685

Employees:  800

Locations:   Headquarters: Kansas City

with over 30 offices across the country​.

Careers: https://jobs.transystems.com/search

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Why Kansas City?

Kansas City is a hub of great engineering talent drawing in great minds from so many universities, surrounding states and other areas of the country. Being in the middle of the country means having easier access to projects on both coasts as well as in your backyard.

Please share a handful of projects that represent the work of TranSystems.

O'Hare Multimodal Facility

CHICAGO, IL

TranSystems serves as lead engineer, architect, and designer for the Chicago O’Hare Multimodal Facility (also known as the Joint Use/Consolidated Rental Car Facility), the largest facility built at the airport in 25 years. 

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TranSystems serves as lead engineer, architect, and designer for the Chicago O’Hare Multimodal Facility (also known as the Joint Use/Consolidated Rental Car Facility), the largest facility built at the airport in 25 years. The center, located remotely from the terminals is LEED Silver and improves regional transit access as well as the rental car experience. Project components include extension of the ATS systems guideway structure, an integrated Airport Transit System (ATS) station, a Customer Service Lobby, ready/return and parking garage, multi-level quick-turn-around (QTA) car maintenance facility, bus turnaround berths, outdoor and interior plazas, ATS vehicle maintenance facility expansion, and connection to the O’Hare Transfer Metra station.

TEXRail Commuter Rail Line

FORT WORTH, TX

A 27-mile commuter rail line that extends from downtown Fort Worth, across northeast Tarrant County, through North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and into DFW International Airport’s Terminal B.

TEXRail is a 27-mile commuter rail line that extends from downtown Fort Worth, across northeast Tarrant County, through North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and into DFW International Airport’s Terminal B. This line, which began service January 2019, is projected to serve more than 8,000 daily riders at nine stations by the end of the first year of operation. TranSystems, as part of a Joint Venture, prepared final design for the commuter rail system.

Jane Byrne (Circle) Interchange  

CHICAGO, IL

Planning and design for an interchange, which impacted 22 existing bridges ranging from two spans to multi-span curved ramps.

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The Jane Byrne (formerly Circle) Interchange functions as the hub of the Chicago expressway system and was built in the early 1960s. It has been rated one of the most congested highway freight bottlenecks in the nation based on a study completed by the American Transportation Research Institute and FHWA. Many of the bridges are structurally and functionally obsolete and need to be reconstructed.

 

The interchange accommodates more than 400,000 vehicles a day, of which 33,000 are trucks. As part of a joint-venture team, TranSystems delivered the planning and design for the interchange, which impacted 22 existing bridges ranging from two spans to multi-span curved ramps.

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