ON THE MOVE CAMILO ROCHA JOINS TRANSYSTEMS AS WEST REGION SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT TranSystems Corp. , a national transportation consulting firm that provides engineering, architectural, planning and construction solutions, welcomes Camilo Rocha, P.E., as west region senior vice president. In this role, he will oversee the sales and operations of the firm’s five offices in California. He will work from the company’s Santa Ana, California, office. Rocha has more than 30 years of experience in various disciplines of civil engineering, including highways, land development, and structures. He has managed and delivered large scale multidisciplinary transportation projects in Southern California on behalf of local cities, regional transportation agencies and Caltrans. “Camilo’s personal approach combined with an in-depth knowledge of the Southern California market makes him a valuable addition to the TranSystems team,” President and Chief Operating Officer Paul Malir said. Rocha holds a MBA from Pepperdine University and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Tulane University. He is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Council of Engineering Companies Orange County chapter and an active mentor for Woman’s Transportation Seminar. For more than 50 years, TranSystems has provided engineering and architectural planning, design and construction solutions to enhance the movement of goods and people across today’s integrated transportation infrastructure. Its professionals in more than 30 offices throughout the U.S. perform a broad range of services to all sectors of the transportation and federal marketplaces. Services are delivered throughout the asset life cycle, from concept to construction to long-term operations, maintenance and rehabilitation. WARE MALCOMB ANNOUNCES NEW CIVIL ENGINEERING MANAGER IN SAN DIEGO Ware Malcomb , an award-winning international design firm, announced Samuel Bellomio, P.E. has joined Ware Malcomb’s civil engineering team as a project manager in the San Diego office. In this new role, Bellomio will oversee civil projects in San Diego. He will work closely
with Luke Corsbie, Ware Malcomb director of civil engineering, who has responsibility for the overall growth and management of civil engineering services for the Southern California region. Bellomio brings 10 years of experience in the civil engineering field to Ware Malcomb. Prior to joining Ware Malcomb, Bellomio was a project engineer with a local San Diego firm, and previously worked in the Seattle market. His civil design experience spans both public and private land development projects, with a primary focus on land development and storm water analysis. “Sam brings an incredible combination of talent, experience and enthusiasm to our team,” said Tom Jansen and Chris Strawn, Ware Malcomb Principals of Civil Engineering. “He will be working with Luke Corsbie to grow our civil engineering services in San Diego, and together they are focused on making Ware Malcomb Civil the go- to team in this market.” Jansen and Strawn are responsible for the leadership and expansion of civil engineering services throughout Ware Malcomb’s offices in North America. Ware Malcomb’s civil engineering team specializes in land development projects, with a focus on efficient design practices to create successful projects for clients. The team has worked on commercial office, industrial, healthcare, public, education, retail/restaurant, mixed-use, and multi-family, residential, and subdivision projects. “We are excited to have Sam join our team to expand civil engineering services in the San Diego market,” said Tiffany English, principal of Ware Malcomb’s San Diego offices. “His unique skill set, combined with Ware Malcomb’s firm- wide resources in this area, brings another level of service to our local architecture and interior design clients.” Bellomio holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Seattle University. He is also a registered Professional Engineer in the state of California. He is an active member of the Building Industry Association Stormwater Taskforce, the California Stormwater Quality Association Best Management Practices Subcommittee, and the County of San Diego Land Development Workgroup.
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