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Jennifer Vrynios

senior transportation engineer
Gresham Smith and Partners
United States of America


Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Jennifer Vrynios, P.E., PTOE, recently joined GS&P as a senior transportation engineer and project manager in the firm’s Tallahassee office. Vrynios brings more than 25 years of experience in traffic analysis, safety studies, roadway design, and lighting/signal design. In her new role, she will help to strengthen and expand traffic engineering services provided to GS&P’s Florida clients by offering technical leadership and mentorship to employees in the firm’s Tallahassee and Tampa offices “Jennifer is a leader in a broad range of analysis and design segments of the transportation industry, and I know our Florida clients and employees will benefit tremendously from her expertise,” commented Jay Bockisch, P.E., Gresham, Smith and Partners. “She also brings a great deal of experience with public involvement programs and working with affected property owners. She is known not only for her technical knowledge but also her interpersonal skills and leadership capabilities. We are honored to welcome Jennifer to the Florida Transportation team.” “This is an exciting new opportunity to deliver top-quality services and solutions for Florida’s transportation entities,” said Vrynios. “I’ve already been working on projects addressing a span of transportation challenges including safety analysis and design, traffic operations studies, and intersection improvements, and I look forward to diving in to more work for GS&P’s clients. Throughout my career, I’ve been willing to tackle any issue, large or small, and I believe there’s nothing more rewarding than seeing progress achieved by teamwork and passion. I’m very pleased to join the GS&P team.”    

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safety studies, roadway design, and lighting/signal design 

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