Engineering Services Manager Teck Loh is the newest member of the Omnitrans sbX Integrated Project Management Office staff. His main roles are to manage the project’s design processes and to provide support to the construction management team.
“This (sbX project) is unique for Southern California because of its dedicated lanes, which you don’t see much of outside of Los Angeles,” said Loh, a resident of Chino Hills. “It’s a fantastic project that will put Omnitrans and the cities of San Bernardino and Loma Linda on the transit map.”
Loh, a registered engineer with a LEED-AP designation, has 23 years of experience in construction. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from California State University, Long Beach and has a diverse construction background that includes both structural and roadway work.. He has served in numerous capacities as a consultant and an employee with several construction firms.
All of Loh’s previous projects have been in the Inland Empire, including the SR-91 Freeway HOV widening project between Riverside and Corona; the SR-79 construction between Beaumont and San Jacinto; major street improvements; and transit-oriented development (TOD).