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Andy Wagstrom, VP of TKDA Rail Division

TKDA names Andy Wagstrom Vice President of Rail Division

Andy Wagstrom, PE, has been named Vice President of the Rail Division at TKDA.

A TKDA employee for several years, Andy has extensive experience serving the rail industry across the United States and Canada.

He has worked on a wide variety of projects, including mainline, bridge, automotive, yard, and industrial track. He also has experience with the design and construction of fueling facilities, bulk storage containment, yard air, industrial waste systems, and other railroad support facilities.

He has been involved with intermodal and automotive facility expansion projects, helping railroads increase capacity to meet growing business needs.

“Andy has a strong background of successful rail projects that have spanned the country, and that experience will serve him well as he heads up our growing and diverse Rail Division,” said Tom Stoneburner, TKDA President and CEO. “He is a natural leader and he knows the rail industry and our clients well.”

Andy has a civil and environmental engineering degree from South Dakota State University at Brookings. He is a member of American Railway Engineering and Maintenance -of-Way Association and is registered in several states and Canadian provinces.

TKDA serves the rail industry from offices in Saint Paul, Duluth, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Seattle.

“TKDA has been serving rail clients for our entire 108-year history. I am honored to have this opportunity,” Wagstrom said. “TKDA is well known in the rail industry, and I look forward to continuing our tradition of providing excellent, multidisciplinary engineering, architectural, and planning services for our clients.”

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