Brian Stewart
Project Manager

Brian Stewart joined Gray-Bowen-Scott as a Project Manager in 2018 with many years of engineering and management experience. Brian has managed various stages of project delivery on transportation projects in the Bay Area, including project management and preparation of preliminary and final design documents for local roadways and major state highway projects. He is a Professional Civil Engineer, and his early career experience included design and technical engineering applications. He is now focused on project and program management and helping transportation clients deliver projects while looking at the big picture. He has worked on a variety of Caltrans and local roadway and development projects. His most extensive experience is with managed lane design. Brian has been working with several Bay Area transportation agencies helping design and deliver Express Lanes on Interstates 80, 680, and 880 and to introduce Bus-On-Shoulder systems on our Bay Area highways.

Brian most enjoys the people side of his job where he relishes the opportunity to work with clients to solve complex problems and to deliver on expectations. "I went to school to be an engineer with goals to work on technical problems and become a designer. I quickly realized once I had the engineering experience under my belt that my strengths with the people side of our business were something I could focus on and was in high demand within the industry. It was a natural transition for me into project management. I really enjoy helping my clients get things done." Brian has extensive working relationships with many of the Caltrans functional and executive staff members and is respected for his dynamic engineering skills and inspired problem-solving capabilities.

Previous to joining GBS, Brian worked at HDR Engineering for 11 years serving as the Northern California Highway Section Manager. He was also a land development designer for Carlson Barbee and Gibson and a geotechnical engineer for GZA in New England. He graduated from the University of Rhode Island.