James L. “Jim” Lammie, 91, a West Point engineering graduate and former president, CEO and non-executive chair of Parsons Brinckerhoff, who grew the transportation consultant into a global giant before its sale to U.K. contractor Balfour Beatty in 2009, died on Nov. 9 in Atlantic Beach, Fla., according to an obituary released by WSP, PB’s current parent firm.

Lammie joined PB in 1975 as a retired U.S. Army colonel after a 21-year career in the Corps of Engineers, where he served as leader of a Vietnam construction battalion and as commander and district engineer in San Francisco. Read more on…enr