The Burns Group Joins TMACC

Malvern, PA – The Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) is pleased to announce that another leader in engineering and construction, The Burns Group, has invested in TMACC.

The Burns Group is a leading engineering and construction management firm with a 50+ year reputation of exceptional customer service, employee commitment, and technical quality. They provide a wide range of value-added consulting engineering and construction services for transportation clients in the aviation, highway, bridge, traffic, and railroad and transit industries.

Some of the projects The Burns Group has been involved with are the US 202, Section 500, Markley Street Improvement Project; the Broad Street Line Subway Station Renovations; and the PATCO High Speed Line Power Infrastructure Renewal Project.

“With their commitment to excellence and experience, The Burns Group enhances TMACC’s repertoire of engineers we use as consultants for transportation projects in Chester County”, said Executive Director, P. Timothy Phelps. “Our goal of creating a sustainable and connected community throughout Chester County improves with every new member we gain.”

Steven B. Bolt, PE, PTOE, Vice President and Highway Bridge Traffic Group Leader at The Burns Group, believes their partnership will advance the firm’s already outstanding reputation: “This partnership with TMACC helps us to improve our reputation and connect with more individuals in the public and private sectors. We are eager to begin new projects in Chester County that TMACC can help facilitate.”

TMACC, a non-profit organization established in 1992 by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), serves as a liaison between public sector transportation agencies and the private sector on transportation issues affecting the community. TMACC works closely with PennDOT, SEPTA, the Chester County Planning Commission, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC).

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