Dominic Sabatini, P.E., has joined STV as vice president of the firm’s Transportation and Infrastructure Division’s systems group. He will be based in Philadelphia and report to Christopher Holliday, P.E., senior vice president, vehicles, systems and security services. In this role, Sabatini will be responsible for STV’s systems practice, which includes traction power, signals, communications, intelligent transportation systems, and fare collection. He will work with John Ponzio, senior associate and director of systems.
Sabatini has more than 40 years experience as a program manager, regional manager, project manager, and engineer. Throughout his career, he directed many transit projects in many different capacities including engineering and design, design-build, and construction. Immediately before joining STV, Sabatini was a senior vice president for a global transportations system company. Prior to that position, Sabatini was a program director for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) for seven years. At SEPTA he oversaw the reconstruction of the Market-Frankford Elevated Subway System Blue Line, a 13.8-mile, heavy rail, electrified transit system. Because the project was so complex, Sabatini developed a detailed program management plan to handle the numerous consultant and construction contracts.
Sabatini earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Drexel University and is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania.
With more than 1,700 employees in 33 offices, STV provides planning, engineering, architectural, construction management, and environmental services for transportation systems, infrastructure, buildings, and other facilities. STV is 100 percent employee-owned and maintains a web site at www.stvinc.com.