SYSTRA USA Expands East Coast Presence with a New Office in the Washington D.C. Area


WASHINGTON D.C. – SYSTRA has opened a new office in the Washington D.C. area to support higher demand for the company’s rail planning, infrastructure protection, and engineering services given ongoing rail and transit development throughout the D.C. Metro Area.  This new office is part of the company’s continued growth throughout the North American transit market.

“Washington D.C. is a key market for growth in the rail and transit industry,” said William Crosbie, President of SYSTRA USA and newly appointed Regional Manager of SYSTRA North America. “Maintaining a strong local presence allows us to better serve existing clients and leverage our global expertise to drive innovation throughout the industry.”

SYSTRA is currently engaged with clients and projects in the D.C. Metro Region including WMATA’s Blue Line expansion and DCDOT’s H Street & Benning Road Streetcar.  In addition, SYSTRA is continuing its work with Amtrak at Washington Union Station.

“We’re proud of our work to date in the D.C. region and are excited to expand on that experience as SYSTRA continues to grow,” said Crosbie.

With its headquarters in New York, SYSTRA has additional offices in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Little Falls, New Jersey.  As part of a broader corporate growth strategy, the company is working with CANARAIL to further strengthen its North American presence by expanding into the Canadian Market.

A global leader in public transportation engineering infrastructures, SYSTRA has a reputation as an established partner in public transport systems for the past 50 years. In 2013, SYSTRA reported revenues of €443 million, a large majority of which was on international markets. The Group employs 3 800 people worldwide, manages 3 000 contracts and has operations in 78 countries.