TranSystems has promoted Dolores Buckenberger to the position of vice president in recognition of her contributions to the company’s success and growth.
Buckenberger has emerged as a leader within the firm by demonstrating excellence in business development and client relationships. She also is dedicated to advancing talent within TranSystems through knowledge sharing and counsel.
Buckenberger joined TranSystems in 2002. She is a leader in the firm’s highway and bridge practice, focusing on business development and pursuing opportunities for the design of new vehicular and railroad bridges, as well as the condition inspection and rehabilitation design for such bridges, in both the public and private markets.
Buckenberger was instrumental in securing the firm’s assignment for the rehabilitation of New York City’s historic High Bridge, an original component of the Croton Water Supply System, which is currently being adapted as parkland to serve as a key pedestrian/bikeway link between Upper Manhattan and the western Bronx.
According to Paul Malir, president of TranSystems, the business partners recognized have emerged as leaders within the company by providing a high level of trust and integrity, as well as delivering the highest quality service to clients.
“Our partners provide a unique set of skills and abilities,” he said. “As recognized experts in their fields, they understand the challenges and opportunities our clients face, and are equipped to help them identify a path of excellence and success."
Buckenberger is a member of the Women’s Transportation Seminar, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society of Highway Engineers and the Society of American Military Engineers. She also serves as a state director for the Mid-Hudson Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies.