Derick Hallahan is a senior supervising engineer at Parsons Brinckerhoff and has been involved in many important transit projects as a civil engineer and project manager throughout his career, including 10 years at Parsons Brinckerhoff.
Hallahan has carried out a variety of assignments with federal, state and local transportation agencies, including: transit system master planning in Baltimore; final design and construction coordination for an intelligent transportation system in New York City; development of an environmental impact statement for a subway extension and major redevelopment plan in New York City; a transit program management assignment in D.C.; and transit master planning efforts for a major rail yard in New York City; among many others.
He was selected to attend the Eno Center for Transportation Leadership 2011 Transit Mid-Manager Seminar in Pittsburgh, Pa., and he participated as a 2007 Fellow in the American Road & Transportation Builders Association Young Executive Development Program in Washington, D.C.
At Parsons Brinckerhoff, Hallahan spearheaded an internal continuing education program to coordinate courses for employees to maintain their professional license requirements and has been a member of PB’s Professional Growth Network which seeks to promote an awareness of career development opportunities for the firm’s emerging professionals.
“… my experiences have fostered an understanding of the critical transportation needs that American cities and states face in order to drive local and national economies, as well as maintain quality of life … improving and maintaining the transportation infrastructure is vital for sustaining/creating employment growth and expanding overall accessibility …”