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Profile: Pedro Capestany, PE

Pedro Capestany is the President of ATCS Capital Infrastructure, PLLC. (ATCSCI) Mr. Capestany started ATCSCI in 2017, as an affiliate company of ATCS, PLC, to better serve the clients and advance the developments and revitalization efforts in the District. ATCSCI is a District of Columbia Certified Business Enterprise (CBE), and is a multidisciplinary consulting firm providing professional engineering, program management and construction management services to federal, regional and local government agencies. Mr. Capestany has over 27 years of experience in civil engineering, program management, construction management and public administration, in the fields of transportation, building and heavy civil construction. He has managed programs, individual projects, and multiple task order contracts for local, state, and federal owners on projects with a total construction value of over $15 Billion. He has been involved in the development and management of some of the largest design-build and P3 transportation projects in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Prior to starting ATCSCI, Mr. Capestany was the Vice President for Construction Management and the Washington DC Transportation lead for ATCS. While at ATCS, Mr. Capestany worked on several key local P3 projects providing technical advisory support to the owner. Those projects included the I-495 Express Lanes, I-95 Express Lanes, Dulles Corridor Metrorail Phase 1, I-66 Corridor Improvement, and the DDOT Managed Lanes Feasibility Study. Mr. Capestany started his career working for the Virginia Department of Transportation in the Northern Virginia District. He left VDOT to begin working in the consulting world, working for MBP and Parsons Brinckerhoff. Mr. Capestany is on the Board of Directors of the American Council of Engineering Companies, Metropolitan Washington, (ACEC/MW) where he serves as President and Alternate National Director. He is also involved in many of the association’s committees. Mr. Capestany also served on the National Board of Directors of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA). He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech, and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland.