WSP USA announces leadership appoints in New York, Western regions

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Charlie Guess (left) and Jonathan Dickinson (right).
NEW YORK — Rail engineering and infrastructure consultancy firm WSP USA, formerly WSP-Parsons Brinckerhoff, has named Charlie Guess construction services manager for the west region and Jonathan Dickinson as head of the firm’s sustainability and energy practice in New York.

Charlie Guess will be based in the firm’s Orange, Calif., office where he will oversee construction project and engineering and inspection services in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, and California. Guess has more than 30 years of engineering, construction, and design-build management experience in the transportation and infrastructure industries. He has managed several light rail and high-speed rail projects, rail connections to ports, and other industrial facility projects.

As for Jonathan Dickinson, he will assist municipalities with the development of climate action plans and greenhouse gas reduction strategies from the firm’s New York office. Dickinson has more than 15 years of sustainability industry experience.

WSP USA is an engineering and professional services firm with extensive experience in public and private rail projects.

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