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FACT 2014

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TRANSPORTATION & INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDINGS & FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ENERGY SERVICES Reaching the century mark isn't easy – you have to be quality-driven, client-focused, and have a vision for the future. At 100 years, STV is looking ahead. As an employee- owned f rm, our planners, architects, engineers and construction managers have a stake in the business, and are committed to quality performance. We provide personal attention and timely solutions, with an eye toward sustainability. And with more than 40 of ces, we are a local f rm with national resources. When it comes to getting your project delivered right, choose the f rm that has the drive and vision to be the best. Enduring. Driven. Visionary. An employee-owned firm Offices nationwide Toll-free: 877-395-5459 58 < m ETRO m AGAZINE FACT BOOK 2015 rail manufacturers Kawasaki Rail Car Inc. 29 Wells Ave., Bldg. 4 Yonkers, NY 10701 (914) 376-4700 Fax: (914) 376-4779 Email: Akira Hattori, pres. Akira Matsufuji, VP, project/engineering Manufactures light rail vehicles, urban tran- sit systems, rail passenger cars and commuter railcars. Nippon Sharyo USA Inc. 2340 S. Arlington Heights Rd., Ste. 605 Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Phone: (847) 228-2700 Fax: (847) 228-5530 Email: Ken Kuriyama, deputy dir., marketing Over 30 years of experience throughout the North American passenger rail industry provid- ing various types of passenger railcars, such as Bi-Level coaches, EMUs and DMUs. Siemens Industry Inc., Mobility Division 498 7th Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10018 Phone (212) 671-4000 • (800) SIEMENS Fax (212) 671-4001 Robin Stimson, VP, business development Mary Beth Clay, VP, communications & gov- ernment afairs Designs and manufactures across the entire spectrum of rolling stock, including commuter and regional passenger trains, light rail and streetcars, metros, locomotives, passenger coaches and high-speed trainsets. Cities also rely on Siemens to provide traction-power substations and electricity transmission, as well as signaling and control technology for freight and passenger rail and transit systems. Siemens has transportation manufacturing hubs in: Sacramento, Calif.; Louisville, Ky.; Marion, Ky.; Pittsburgh.

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