Gregory Campbell, P.E., Joins T.Y. Lin International as Senior Transportation Engineer for Southern California Market


T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces that Gregory “Greg” Campbell, P.E., has joined the firm as Senior Transportation Engineer for TYLI’s Southern California market. Campbell, who comes to TYLI with over 24 years of experience in the design of transportation infrastructure and drainage and stormwater systems, will be responsible for planning and scheduling engineering work, managing client contacts and project teams, performing advanced design, directing and training staff, and developing contract plans, specifications, and bid estimates.

Over his well-established career in the private sector, Campbell has developed strong professional relationships with such organizations as the City and County of San Diego, Caltrans, the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and the California Department of Parks and Recreation. His projects include serving as Project Manager for San Diego’s Palm Avenue Roadway Improvements, Anaheim’s Ball Road and Sunkist Street Intersection Improvements, the SR-91/La Sierra Avenue Interchange in Riverside, and the SR-56/Black Mountain Road Segment in San Diego. Campbell has also overseen transportation infrastructure and facilities projects for the U.S. Marine Corps and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for the 29 Palms Maintenance Facility, home of the U.S. Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, and Camp Pendleton.

“Greg’s depth of experience in project management, design engineering, and client relations make him a crucial asset,” said Clark Fernon P.E., TYLI Vice President. “As T.Y. Lin International oversees an ever-growing number of surface transportation projects across southern California, we are confident that our clients and project teams will benefit tremendously from working with such a seasoned engineer and team leader.”

Campbell is a licensed Professional Engineer in California, Arizona, and Guam, and active in industry associations such as the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, the San Diego Highway Development Association, and the American Public Works Association (Transportation). Campbell received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from San Diego State University in 1995.