PGH Wong Engineering’s Foundation
PGH Wong Engineering, Inc. was established in 1985 on its extraordinary foundation in systems engineering including traction power, train control and signaling, communications, vehicles, and fare collection. Since its founding, Wong has expanded to deliver civil, structural, architectural and trackwork design, program/project management, and construction management/administration practices.
Wong has become a leading infrastructure engineering, project management and construction management company, managing many of the largest transportation programs in the United States. Wong’s ability to successfully deliver projects on-time, within budget, and with exceptional quality has helped build its reputable foundation with clients and contributed to its organic growth.
Core Values – How We Do Business
- Set a Standard of Excellence.
- Take Care of People.
- Be a Trusted Partner.
- Invest in Those Willing to Learn and Grow.
The first set of Vehicles arrives at BART. Wong is the Prime Design Consultant for the Contra Costa County BART (eBART) rail transit extension from the existing Pittsburg/Bay Point Station to the City of Antioch.
The Central Mesa Extension of Phoenix’s Valley Metro Rail opens for revenue service on August 22, 2015. Wong provided Project & Construction Management Services on this 3.1-mile, 4-station extension of the Valley Metro System connecting Downtown Mesa, Mesa City Plaza, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Terminal 3, Boarding Area E Improvements Project (BAE) successfully opens for passenger service. Wong served as the Prime Project Manager and Construction Manager.
Wong as Lead JV begins work as the Project and Construction Manager for the first construction package of the California High-Speed Rail Project, the first High-Speed Rail Project in the United States.
San Francisco International Airport AirTrain is fully operational, becoming the first systemwide implementation of Communications-Based Train Control System in the USA.
Wong expands into Phoenix, Arizona to provide Project and Construction Management services for the $1.37 billion Central Phoenix/East Valley Light Rail Transit Project, a 20.3-mile Starter Line, in the Cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa, Arizona.
Wong, as part of a Joint Venture, manages 20 firms to provide preliminary engineering for the 1.7 mile, $1.6 billion San Francisco Muni Third Street Light Rail, Phase 2 Extension – Central Subway Project.
Wong begins to model and simulate nearly 700 miles of the New York City Transit System including trackwork, signaling, traction power, and vehicle systems.