Tandrumn Reid, Director of Marketing Services, joined Quinn in 2009. For more than 15 years she has specialized in the transportation industry, with experience in proposal management, marketing, strategic planning/teaming, and business development. Her skills in business development, proposal and presentation preparation, local market research, and website development have contributed to Quinn’s success.
District of Columbia Water & Sewer Authority
DC Water’s Clean Rivers (DCCR) project is an ongoing program to reduce combined sewer overflows into the District’s waterways—Anacostia and Potomac Rivers and Rock Creek.
Hampton Boulevard Grade Separation
The Hampton Boulevard (Route 337) Grade Separation project was part of a multi-phase plan to improve transportation around the Norfolk Naval Base and Norfolk International Terminal.
George Washington Highway (Route 17) Widening Project
The roadway improvements in this project increased the capacity of George Washington Memorial Highway between Hampton Highway and Wolf Trap Road, from four lanes to six lanes, with three lanes in each direction.
I-81, Exit 14 Ramp Improvements & Bridge Reconstruction
The goal of this project was to provide major safety improvements at the I-81 exit 14 interchange. Since the interchange was first constructed in the 1960s, truck traffic had increased by as much as 40 percent.
Downtown Tunnel/Midtown Tunnel/MLK Extension
The $2.1 billion Downtown Tunnel/Midtown Tunnel/MLK Extension project involves three facilities in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia.
Interstate 64, Exit 91 and Route 285 Improvements
This $43.3 million project (total cost) was located at the I-64, exit 91 interchange with Route 285 (Tinkling Spring Road) in Augusta County, Virginia.
Interstate 95 Express Lanes
Quinn provided Quality Assurance Management and inspection for this nearly $1 billion Design-Build project financed, constructed and operated under Virginia's Public-Private Transportation Act (PPTA).
Route 27/244 Interchange
Quinn provided Quality Assurance (QA) services on this approximately $50 million interchange project in Arlington, Virginia. This project included the replacement of the Washington Boulevard bridge over Columbia Pike that was built in the 1940s by the War Department as part of the Pentagon Roadway Network.
Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
QCS performed coating inspection services during the field structural and coating activities of five elevated water storage tanks located in Petersburg, Burkeville, and Lynchburg in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Gordon Road Reservoir Rehabilitation, Spotsylvania County, Virginia
Quinn Consulting Services, Inc. provided coating inspection services for Spotsylvania County Utilities Department. The purpose of the third party coating inspections was to ensure the work conformed to the project specification.