Join us for the TAC Corporate Demo online on February 20th as Parsons’ employees speak on Delivering Solutions That Move The World.
As digitalization and electrification advance, we move closer to reaching our nation’s climate goals of net zero emissions by 2050, but these innovations present energy supply and technological risks of their own. This presentation examines how the accelerated adoption of green technologies impacts the power grid and the urgent need for utilities to adapt. It illuminates the opportunities and challenges of managing escalating electricity demands driven by electrification and renewable energy sources.
As leaders in the Engineering Industry, our experts apply innovative solutions to overcome the toughest challenges. Parsons has over eighty years of experience designing, delivering, and protecting the infrastructure that connects our communities around the world, including roads and highways; bridges; passenger and freight rail; public transit; airports; and ports and waterways. Our experience includes more than 10,000 miles of roadways, 4,500 bridges, and more than 50 advanced traffic management system deployments that help cities and states improve safety and travel efficiency while also reducing emissions and energy costs to enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve.
Sylvain Montminy is the Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Canada for Parsons. He has over 27 years of experience in project management, planning, design, evaluation, rehabilitation and construction of transportation and marine infrastructure. He has successfully managed large transportation projects involving multidisciplinary teams, using all types of delivery models.
Grant Glady is a senior executive with over 34 years of leadership and management experience in consulting engineering. He leads sales, business development and growth strategy for Parsons Infrastructure Canada. Grant develops client relationships and manages complex win strategies and proposal efforts for both conventional and alternative deliver methods.
Register for this webinar online through the TAC online portal.
For 80 years, our experts have designed and delivered the global infrastructure that connects and protects communities around the world. Where New York needed a crossing, we delivered the new Goethals Bridge, designed with a 100-year life span in mind. When the Southern Nevada Water Authority needed to sustainably safeguard water access, we provided the program and construction management to make it happen. Learn more about our global infrastructure capabilities here.
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