Our highest priority is to ensure the well-being of our employees, subcontractors, and the public. We will never sacrifice safety to meet production goals—it is the cornerstone of everything we do.
We believe that delivering high-quality work is the responsibility of the entire project team, and we are committed to providing the necessary training, support, materials, and tools to achieve quality excellence.
We believe that the success of our projects depends on active and genuine partnership with our clients and business partners. We have worked diligently to create and maintain our reputation as one of the industry’s most honest, trustworthy, and communicative contractors.
We embrace diversity, valuing the richness it brings to our workforce. Achieving diversity is a core part of our culture, recognized in every community we work. At Stacy and Witbeck, Inc., we appreciate women's contributions to our success, the construction industry, and our communities. To foster diversity, equity, and inclusion, we support employees through our Stacy and Witbeck | MRS Women's Employee Resource Group, empowering women within our company.
We take pride in our projects' positive impact on communities. Our employees actively engage with neighbors, volunteer, and participate in local events to enrich each community. Through the Stacy and Witbeck Foundation, we introduce diverse talent to the construction industry and partner with affected communities. We invest in people and places, supporting organizations and activities that foster growth and well-being in construction, enhancing project-impacted communities.
We are committed to sustainability at every level. We plan our work to minimize our carbon footprint, implement sustainable practices, use innovative approaches to reduce waste, and reuse materials whenever possible. We are ever evolving and steadfast in our commitment to ethical practices.
Commitment to Safety
Alternative Delivery Projects
Miles of Track Constructed
Projects for Return Clients
Proven Construction Experts
Stacy and Witbeck provides construction and management expertise on complex transit and transportation projects. As an employee-owned company, our assets are managed by those closest to the work – the highly trained, highly skilled, and resourceful members of our company who continually demonstrate remarkable leadership and innovation from the field to the executive level. Our talented workforce self-performs the majority of the work on every project; their capabilities include utility work, earthwork, bridges, structures, systems work, and trackwork.
We specialize in “best value” delivery of projects. We work collaboratively with owners and designers to develop constructability solutions and achieve schedules that reduce cost and minimize revenue service downtime. This innovation and collaboration has established and maintained our reputation as the “go-to” contractor for many owner agencies.
We take pride in our superior client service, consistent construction excellence, and responsiveness to community concerns. Our safe, prompt, efficient, and fair construction practices have made us a valued partner, contractor, and employer. Stacy and Witbeck is known for creating a cooperative relationship with owners, stakeholders, and subcontractor resulting in a “zero claims” approach to all projects.
Modern Railway Systems
Modern Railway Systems (MRS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stacy and Witbeck. MRS specializes in rail signal systems for transit owners and operating railroads. MRS provides complex systems to control train traffic, with capabilities extending to the communications, power distribution, and rail operations disciplines. MRS delivers turnkey projects from conceptual design through maintenance of installed systems. MRS is committed to functioning as an integrated team with all project stakeholders and providing each of their customers with the safest, most innovative, and cost-effective systems available.
Stacy and Witbeck is established in San Francisco. Our first signature project was the rehabilitation of the historic cable car lines in San Francisco.
We expand to Portland. In the years since, we’ve constructed the city’s entire streetcar system and multiple light rail and commuter rail lines.
We start work in Salt Lake City and we’re still there! Since then, we’ve constructed over 135 miles of track in the region.
We expand to Washington! We have maintained our presence in the Evergreen State constructing and maintaining streetcar, light rail, and commuter rail systems.
We broaden our reach to the southwest, picking up our first job in Phoenix. We’re still actively building light rail, streetcar, and maintenance facilities in the area.
We won our first of many jobs in Denver, Dallas, and Houston, expanding our alternative delivery resume with these major CM/GC and design-build projects.
Modern Railway Systems joins the team as a wholly owned subsidiary specializing in signaling and communications.
We continue expanding with project wins in midwestern cities like Kansas City and Detroit. In the years since, the corridors in these two cities have experienced $9 billion in economic development.
We are awarded the $1.3 billion Mid-Coast Corridor Project in San Diego, our largest to date, and SANDAG’s first CM/GC procurement.
We continue our success in streetcar construction with a starter system in Oklahoma City.
We are contracted to rehabilitate the historic Pikes Peak and Manitou Springs Cog Railway, one of only two cog railways in the country!