Saint Louis, MO, April 08, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Ross & Baruzzini, an international engineering and architectural firm, announces the appointment of digital signage and wayfinding expert Vicki Sundstrom as Project Engineer. Vicki has broad experience in multiple industries including engineering, traffic engineering, construction management, program management, and systems projects. She will lead efforts for Intelligent Transportation and special systems projects throughout the country.
Sundstrom comes to Ross & Baruzzini from Arora Engineering where she served as Special Projects Manager. Prior to that, Sundstrom had a 20 year career with San Francisco International Airport (SFO), where she most recently served as Program Manager for their Wayfinding and Signage Program. In this role, she managed and provided oversight of the airport’s signage and wayfinding program, supporting the signage and wayfinding needs of the airport’s 45 million passengers, airlines and tenants. In addition to signage, she is experienced in airport landside operation, ground transportation and parking.
Vicki earned her B.S. in Civil Engineering from San Francisco State University. She has been a presenter/speaker at several airport signage conferences and served as chair for the Airport Signage Manager’s Network where she planned annual airport signage conferences for SFO, YVR, PHX, and DFW.
About Ross & Baruzzini, Inc.
Ross & Baruzzini (www.rossbar.com) is a premier international engineering and architectural firm continually ranked as one of the top designers in the nation. Ross & Baruzzini provides advanced design solutions to meet clients’ needs in healthcare, higher education, transportation, government and public safety markets. Ross & Baruzzini is currently working in more than 30 countries on five continents and was recently recognized by the St Louis Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work. The company has been headquartered in St. Louis since 1953, with regional offices in Indianapolis, Miami, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Hamden, Connecticut and Columbia, Illinois.