Christopher LaTuso, P.E.
Transportation Infrastructure Advisory Services Director
“The function and operation of our communities and states rely on a safe and efficient transportation network, and we are there at the local, state and federal level to keep our clients and their critical infrastructure moving forward.”
As director of our global transportation infrastructure advisory services practice, Chris oversees a team of experienced professionals who help clients find solutions to their most pressing infrastructure challenges. He is responsible for developing and expanding these comprehensive advisory services, customized to our global clients and their communities.
Three decades of experience on some of the largest transportation projects in the New York metropolitan area and across the U.S. have given Chris real-world insights into the needs of infrastructure owners, and he is experienced in every phase of projects from concept and scoping to construction inspection. Notable projects include the raising of the Bayonne Bridge as well as the implementation of the Kew Gardens Interchange and the Van Wyck Expressway.
Adding to his knowledge in the field, Chris taught a graduate-level course on strategic management in global design and construction as part of Columbia University’s adjunct staff for three years. He is an active member in American Council of Engineering Companies of New York, serving on the state board of directors, the scholarship committee board of directors, and is the chair of both the Emerging Leaders committee and the Awards and Recognition committee.