Transit Resources, LLC

Welcome to Transit Resources

Transit Resources is comprised of principals rooted from its founder that are continued on as a trademark to our work ethic. The company and its key staff members have been involved in a vast array of large-scaled transportation projects in the Tri-State NY Metro Area, particularly in the design-build arena and in rail/transit bid-build projects.We are a full-range supplier of system technologies, equipment and people in the rail transit industry; highly decorated military veterans providing leadership and service.

Resources is a 100% service disabled veteran own small busines, specialized in systems and construction project management services as constructor (CMc). Our niche is working with all types of Transit infrastructures (heavy, commuter and light rail). We have highly qualified engineering and trade professionals ready to mobilize and provide a full range of technical services from design to factory testing and commissioning simialrly known as a parts and smarts provider. Transit Resources is building the company on the reputation of its principle founder. Well-known throughout the New York transportation industry, we take pride in being knowledgeable of transportation and construction work with a proven successful track record.

Transit Resources Offerings & Lines of Business

We specialize in the following areas of high technology construction:


Transit Resources target customers are all local, state and federal public works agencies as well as private companies. The public targeted customers are Metropolitan Transporation Authority of New York which consists of New York city Transit, Metro North Railroad, long Island Railroad, Bridges and Tunnels, Capital Construction, and Metropolitan Tranist Authority Bus. Other public customers in target are Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Port Trans Hudson Path, New York city School Construction Authority, New York city Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Transit, New York State Thruway Authority, Connecticut Department of Transportation, New York city Department of Transportaion, Southeast Pennsylvania Transit Authority, Port Authority Transit Corporation, and Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority. The private companies in target are Turner construction including but not limited to Tishman Construction, Bechtel, Architecture Engineering Consulting Operations and Maintenance, China Construction of American Civil, Parsons, Parson Brinkehoff, Kiewit, Granite, Halmar, Daidone Electric, Securitas, Turtle & Hughes, EJ Electric, Five Star Electric, TC Electric, Rail Works, and Judlau whom are all seeking high quality disadvantaged business enterprise/minority business enterprise/service disabled veteran owned small business and veteran owned small business

Market Research

Transit Resources will be a part of the transportaion and construction industry. Currently, communications and network infrastructure services are in demand across developed and emerging markets. Large companies such as Edelman provide worldwide services where as smaller companies cater to the local regional demand. According to The U.S. Transportation Construction Industry Profile (2015) the design, construction, and maintenance of transportation infrastructure in New York supports the equivalent of 318,604 full-time jobs across all sectors of the state economy. These workers earn $9.8 billion annually.

Furthemore, According to FMI, a leading provider of management consulting, investment banking and people development to the engineering and construction industry, their 2Q-2015 report states communication construction put in place slowed sharply in 2014 but is expected to bounce back to 2% growth for 2015. The trend for communications is likely to be more integration and mergers in order to capture market share. The current trend is for building more data centers and beefing up security and privacy against potential interlopers and severe weather events. The passing of new net neutrality regulations by the FCC is designed to protect the free flow of content on the Internet. This means that access providers cannot charge special rates for data flows or slow down the delivery of certain content to others. With mergers and proposed mergers, we will see a rise in multimedia giants. This trend will be positive for Transit Resources private business customers and will trickle down to some of the communication’s manufacturers and engineering firms servicing the public works arena, the main focus of Transit Resources business development initiatives

Local Industry

The emerging design completions of the Federally funded Superstorm Sandy related repair and resiliency projects is expected to help boost the markets situated in the hurricane flood zone regions such as New York City, Boston and Philadelphia. All of these cities are targets for Transit Resources and are expected to provide 30% of the potential captures in our business plan. New York City being the focus of our business plan, in a 2015 infrastructure report card rated the state with a C- after examining bridges, dams, roads, transit, wastewater and drinking water and other systems. The report card said it would cost New York $36.2 billion to repair, replace or update wastewater infrastructures over 20 years, and another $40 billion would have to be spent on roadways by 2030 to keep up with road conditions. According to NYC.GOV the estimated value of resiliency projects expected to be advertised is approximately over 14 billion dollars ($14,000,000,000.00).

Our Customers

The target customers for Transit Resources are business owners, program managers, presidents or CEO's who represent a city, state and or federal agency and want to increase productivity, reduce costs, maintain services, replace services, and or add services to specific locations within their realm of jurisdiction.

To capitalize on opportunities that are geographically close as we start and grow our company, Transit Resources LLC will specifically target potential customers in the transportation and construction industries. This will allow us to take advantage of the company's home office in close proximity to projects owned by agencies such as New York city Transit Authority, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the New York and New Jersey Port Authority, and many others who own and service the region's transportation and construction projects.

Transit Resources Goals

The following are the company's current goals:


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