Creighton Manning Expands Transit Planning and Design Services

Creighton Manning Engineering, LLP is proud to announce the introduction of our Transit planning and design service Group, designating a team of professionals to our clients in the public transportation sector. As the firm continues to grow and diversify our services, this client-focused specialty work will involve managing public transportation projects including the design of transit facilities and transit system planning.

In conjunction with the expansion of services, we are pleased to announce the promotion of Doug Teator, PE to Transit Group Leader.

Doug Teator

Over the last 15 years, Doug has gained experience in transit engineering design and implementation projects throughout New York State and has successfully led the development of the firm’s Public Transportation Sector. He is a 2018 graduate of the Public Transit Leadership Institute through the New York Public Transit Association where he enhanced his insight and understanding of the public transit industry. He is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

The Transit Group’s key team members include Dan Berkowsky, PE, a highly skilled transportation engineer with more than 13 years of experience focusing on transit operations, facility design, bus priority treatment design and implementation. In addition, Creighton Manning recently welcomed transportation planners Michael Amabile, AICP and Benjamin Freiman to the team in our Ossining office. Michael and Ben will focus on mass-transit feasibility studies, multi-modal transportation planning, and other transit-related projects.

“The goal of the Transit Group will be to secure projects that can be completed by all of the firm’s multidisciplinary groups, and expand our market share to new clients and new geographic areas,” said John Tozzi, Managing Partner. “The Group will coordinate closely with the firm’s other groups engaging key personnel that understand the complexities of transit projects.”