Who We Are
Our team members participate in every stage of transportation project development, including planning, designing, and engaging with the public and our clients. Our staff are passionate about helping communities develop multi-modal transportation networks.
We guide projects from conception, design and construction; over 80% of our planning projects are constructed. We have small-scale projects that take a little as a few weeks, to major planning and design projects spanning several years. What makes us tick is the understanding that all of our projects make an impact.
Andres Gonzalez, PE
At Parisi Andres has participated in all stages of project development including presentations and client meetings, fieldwork, planning and engineering analysis, and the preparation of plans and technical reports. His hobbies include listening to new music and playing Tetris. Andres holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.
Andrew Lee, PE, TE
Andrew Lee is a registered California civil and traffic engineer who specializes in developing innovative and creative designs. Andrew’s motivation to create safe roadways was strongly shaped by a summer spent on bike, traveling from Vancouver, BC to Tijuana, Mexico. He holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Cal Poly SLO and a MA in Urban Planning from UCLA.
Bri is a recent graduate from San Francisco State University where they received a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering. Bri also has a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. Bri has been passionate about design since a young age; their early focus was on graphic design but soon found a passion in engineering. Some of Bri’s hobbies include exploring the East Bay, camping/ hiking, and watching movies.
David has worked for Parisi for the past seven years focusing on Complete Streets, Safe Routes to School, pedestrian and bicycle facility planning, and design assignments. David has participated in all stages of project development including presentations and client meetings, fieldwork, planning and engineering analysis, and the preparation of plans and technical reports.
David Parisi, PE, TE
Parisi Transportation Consulting was founded by David Parisi, a professional civil and traffic engineer with over 30 years of experience in multimodal transportation planning and design. His experience includes leading multi-disciplinary transportation projects from inception through design and construction, as well as managing active transportation programs. David holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University.
Jennifer Shriber, MPH
Jennifer is a transportation planner specializing in data analysis and GIS. She holds a Master of Public Health from Emory University and was drawn to transportation planning through her experiences walking and biking in the various cities where she has lived. Her work in the private sector has spanned multimodal, smart mobility, and big data projects throughout the country. Her interests include rock climbing and exploring the East Bay by bike.
Jeremy is a versatile and experienced graphic designer. His work helps visually explain the technical aspects of the work done at Parisi. He has a long association with the Marin Safe Routes to School program, providing lighthearted graphics that have helped define the program. Jeremy is also an exhibiting fine artist. Creativity, problem solving and an interest in learning new things are what drive him. He also enjoys gardening and exploring new music.
Lisette leads Parisi’s operations and finance department and provides task services on active transportation projects. She holds a Master’s degree in Business Economics and a Master’s degree in Taxation Law, both from Maastricht University in Maastricht, Netherlands. Growing up in Holland and on a bicycle since she was an infant, cycling culture is part of Lisette’s life. She has traveled and worked throughout the world.
Mac Grosel, EIT
Mac is a recent graduate from the University of California at Berkeley where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. Mac’s passion is in transportation engineering and as an intern he supported the design of a $175 million Bus Rapid Transit project in Portland. Mac’s interests include hiking, yoga, weightlifting and cooking.
Patrick is a transportation planner with domestic and international experience in the private- and public sector. Previously, Patrick was a manager at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency where he oversaw pedestrian and bicycle projects on some of the City’s most complex and constrained corridors. His most important critic is his daughter, with whom he travels with on an array of modes. He holds a MA in Planning from the University of Southern California.