Months after being forced to resign due to the inept & idiotic politicians in Albany, former MTA CEO/Executive Director Elliot Sander has landed a new gig at a familiar place. He now resides in a top position at the international engineering firm AECOM. Pete Donohue of the New York Daily News had more in this report:
Former MTA CEO Elliot Sander has landed a top job with an international engineering firm.
AECOM, a Los Angeles-based firm with 44,000 employees and more than $6 billion in annual revenues, has hired Sander to be its managing director for global strategic initiatives.
The company’s wide array of ongoing projects includes the Second Ave. subway, the NJ Transit rail tunnel from New Jersey to midtown, a rail terminal in Hong Kong and the longest bridge in Bangladesh.
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Good luck to Elliot in his new position. He will be missed & in my eyes remembered as a man who was given a raw deal while trying his best to rescue the MTA.
xoxo Transit Blogger