Jeffrey Hurley Joins TYLin as Rail + Transit Sector Manager for Northern California

Jeffrey Hurley Joins TYLin as Rail + Transit Sector Manager for Northern California

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TYLin, a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces that Jeffrey Hurley has joined as Associate Vice President and Sector Manager for the Rail + Transit Sector. In his role, Jeffrey will manage the operations and lead the team to deliver successful projects for existing and new clients in Northern California.

Hurley comes to TYLin with more than 32 years of progressive leadership and management experience, leading multi-disciplinary facilities, track, and systems teams towards the successful delivery of major rail and transit infrastructure programs.

He most recently served as Contract Manager for the largest professional service contract ever awarded in the state of California. His responsibilities included managing the prime and sub-contract management teams, and the small business participation team to ensure efficient utilization of all team members towards meeting small business participation goals for this $400 million contract. He also served as Program Manager responsible for all work directives and primary point of contact for a $25 million On-Call General Engineering Consultant Design Services contract.     

“We are very excited to have Jeff join the TYLin team as our Rail + Transit Sector Leader for Northern California,” said Joseph Yesbeck, P.E., TYLin Senior Vice President and National Director of Rail + Transit. “Jeff has exceptional experience in the successful pursuit and delivery of major rail and transit infrastructure projects, including railroad, commuter rail, light rail, high speed rail, and bus rapid transit. He is an excellent fit to lead our overall growth strategy, strengthen our systems practice, and reinforce the relationships we have built with rail and transit agencies in Northern California.”

Hurley earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Delaware, where he was recognized by the National Civil Engineering Honor Society.