Drawing on more than 125 years of experience, Parsons Brinckerhoff plans, designs and manages the construction and operations of the highways of tomorrow. Parsons Brinckerhoff provides a full range of services to help transportation agencies meet the financial, technical and contextual challenges of delivering roads and highways that address the economic, social and environmental needs of the communities they serve.
Our professionals—including world-renowned teams in tunneling and major bridges, as well as transportation planning and traffic management systems—have devised solutions for projects of all scopes, sizes, and levels of complexity. We encourage innovation across disciplines and collaboration with clients and stakeholders to develop outcomes that are as sustainable for tomorrow as they are successful for today.
We can be involved in every aspect of a highway program including transportation planning, traffic analysis, urban design, environmental impact studies and statements, funding and feasibility analysis, preliminary engineering and final design, construction planning, and public communications and involvement. Our project visualization services assist clients in defining and communicating project goals and winning public approval.
We have played a leading role on some of the most complex and well-known highway programs of the last half-century, including Hawaii’s H-3 highway (1996), Fort Washington Way in Cincinnati (2000) and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge (2008) serving the Washington, D.C., area. Today, we apply the lessons of experience and spirit of innovation to create the highways of tomorrow.