Parsons Welcomes Crosbie as SVP and Transport Business Development Director

Parsons logoParsons announced that William “Bill” Crosbie has rejoined the corporation as Senior Vice President and Business Development Director for its Transport division, which provides full-service engineering and management services in rail transit, ports and harbors, and aviation. In this position, Crosbie will develop and implement strategies to grow the division globally while ensuring customer satisfaction and project excellence.

Crosbie has more than 30 years of experience in transportation engineering, business development, and management, including a 7-year tenure as Chief Operating Officer of Amtrak in Washington, D.C., and previous service as Parsons’ Railroad Program Vice President. He is an expert in cybersecurity and rail infrastructure protection as well as alternative project delivery.

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“Our current and potential customers can have the utmost confidence that Bill will understand their unique needs and bring them the best solutions,” said Michael Johnson, Parsons Group President. “That’s because he’s been in their shoes and knows the responsibilities, concerns, and challenges they face with infrastructure project planning, design, and delivery, as well as operations and maintenance. We’re glad to have him on our team once again.”

Crosbie is a registered professional engineer and holds a master’s degree in security studies from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. He is on the Board of Directors for Homeland Security Community and an advisory board member of the Masters of Arts Program in Management for Public Safety and Homeland Security Professions at Pace University in New York City, N.Y. In addition, he has served on the advisory boards of two U.S. Navy and Coast Guard contractors, as well as the board of directors for Washington Union Station Redevelopment Corporation and Chicago Union Station.

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