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Who's Doing What in the Industry

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GERMANTOWN, WI—Boris Babic has joined WAGO Canada as regional sales manager for ­Quebec City and Atlantic Canada. Babic earned a diploma in industrial electronics, with a focus on instrumentation and control, and has worked as an electro-hydraulic project manager, an automation specialist and a system inspector.

ATLANTA—Mark Hitchcock recently joined the Transit and Rail team of CH2M as a principal technologist, leading projects in the southeast U.S. and supporting public transit projects across North America. Hitchcock has worked in transportation for more than 30 years. Before joining CH2M, he spent seven years at Mott MacDonald in various transit roles, most recently deputy practice leader of rail transit-east.


LOS ANGELES—Vida (Covington) Mannings has joined Stantec as a transit advisory sector leader for the US West. Her 25-year career includes tenures in Charlotte, NC, Seattle and on California projects including California High-Speed Rail and GoMentum Station, the largest secure testing facility for connected vehicles and autonomous vehicles in the U.S. and a U.S. DOT-designated AV “proving ground.” Mannings is a graduate of the Leadership APTA Class of 2006 and a past member of several APTA committees.


CINCINNATI—Adriene Hairston has joined Cincinnati Metro as vice president of human resources. She joins the agency after serving as director of agency human resources at Western & Southern Life and also has held leadership roles with Fifth Third Bank, Luxottica and Humana.


BOSTON—Patrick Allen has joined HNTB Corporation’s national rail systems team as manager of vehicle and rolling stock products, based in the firm’s Boston office. He has more than a decade of experience in engineering and project management focused on freight rail and transit vehicles and most recently has provided support on PTC for North County Transit District’s COASTER commuter rail in Oceanside, CA.


NEW YORK CITY—WSP USA has named Charlie Guess construction services manager for its West region, based in Orange, CA, and Oliver Ernhofer New York transportation planning manager and senior supervising planner.

Guess has more than 30 years of infrastructure and transportation experience, most recently with an international consulting firm and earlier as a program manager with the Orange County Transportation Authority.
Ernhofer joins WSP USA from an international engineering firm and has almost 20 years of experience in traffic and transportation planning and engineering.
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