More than 95% of our project base is transportation design. Our experience encompasses intercity and regional rail, subway, and light-rail stations; BRT and bus/intermodal facilities; maintenance shops and welfare facilities; and yard infrastructure, substations, signal and yard towers, and control/operations centers for all transportation modes. Our work covers every aspect of facility planning, design, renovation, expansion, and restoration; from stand-alone station / shop planning and design to nuts-and-bolts building enclosure and state-of-good-repair investigation and remediation efforts. We see each project as an opportunity to help our clients achieve their defined goals. We structure our design and execution processes around this premise. Sowinski Sullivan's recognized prowess and acumen in the field is proven by a client retention rate that is enclosure and state-of-good-repair investigation and remediation efforts. We see each project as an opportunity to help our clients achieve their defined goals. We structure our design and execution processes around this premise. Sowinski Sullivan's recognized prowess and acumen in the field is proven by a client retention rate that is close to 100%. Our record of performance and client satisfaction stems from our rigorous commitment to quality and our many decades of experience. We have planned, designed, and/or managed improvements at over 300 transportation facilities throughout North America using multiple delivery methods: design-build, design-bid-build, private-public partnerships and DBOMs. Our transportation-focused technical staff works continuously to improve work flow and outcomes through a dedication to technical excellence and client-centric problem solving.
Sustainability — We view sustainable design as a way of thinking. Sustainability is an integral part to every project we undertake. Our design staff uses their experience with multiple certifications (LEED, ParkSmart, Envision, and Green Globes) to determine which strategies will benefit our clients and their projects most. Our integrated facility design processes aim to reveal potential approaches that improve the health and wellness of occupants and the lifespan of facilities. Ultimately, the sustainable strategies we identify and implement are centered around our clients and the users.
Technology — Our team leverages current and advanced technologies to enhance project delivery. We utilize BIM (building information modeling) on all phases of our projects, unless a client requests a different process. In addition to 2D drafting, 3D modeling, clash detection, and scheduling - our own proprietary software for management tracking with embedded flexibility tailors reporting to our clients' needs. All these tools are essential to our success, facilitating streamlined collaboration, communication, and information sharing with our clients and consultants.
Sowinski Sullivan, PC is an architecture and engineering firm with offices in Sparta, New Jersey and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1996, the firm provides architecture, mechanical engineering, and consulting services to a broad spectrum of public transportation clients throughout North America. In many states, Sowinski Sullivan is certified as a WBE (Woman Business Enterprise) and a DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise). The firm's sole focus is on transportation and related infrastructure for all mass transportation modes. We have experience with subway, light rail, trolley, bus, and aviation facilities; commuter and intercity rail and intermodal stations; maintenance and support buildings for all rail, aviation, and bus modes; and preservation and other associated services that are part and parcel of the transportation milieu.