Our Clients

Our list of clients with whom we are currently engaged includes:

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc.
Nippon Sharyo, LTD
Siemens Mobility, Inc. (formerly known as Siemens Transportation Systems, Inc.)
Sumitomo Corporation of America, Inc.
Lockheed Martin Transportation and Security Systems, Inc.
Hatch Mott MacDonald, Inc./Metro North Railroad
STV Inc./Long Island Railroad
AECOM (formerly DMJM Harris, Inc.)
GE Infrastructure, Inc.
Kawasaki Rail Car, Inc.

Here is what some of our clients had to say about us:

 

Praise for LBTC

“We at Sumitomo Corporation of America are very pleased and definitely satisfied with the services provided by LB Transportation Consulting, Inc. We trust and rely on their expertise provided to us on various projects across the United States. SCOA sees a bright future for LBTC, and are confident that as we present further challenges to them, the results will be the same – accurate, problem-solving creativity, efficiency and above all..competitive!”

-Gino M. Antoniello, Vice President, Sumitomo Corporation of America Transportation Systems & Equipment Business Unit

“LBTC has supported our effort to provide 24/7 maintenance and support to NYCT’s Rail Control Center since 2006. They have provided very qualified personnel that are proactive and responsive to the customers needs and support our business goals. I would highly recommend LBTC to any future customer.”

– Paul Eliea, ATS Project Director, Siemens Transportation Systems, Inc

“We have been working together with LB Transportation Consulting, Inc. more than 4 years since we were in the preliminary design phase for Dulles AeroTrain system. At that time, LBTC provided us with an excellent engineering support and we could successfully complete AeroTrain design review. Now, we are in the Test & Commissioning phase supported by LBTC resources targeting the project completion in 2009. Our relation with LBTC is expanding to all over the U.S. and I believe LBTC will continue to support our business development in the United States.”

-Masao Yasukawa, Dulles APM office, Project Manager, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc.