The organizational chart of the TRANSITEC group is presented below. The group is managed at three different levels, working together seamlessly:
The board of directors is responsible for the definition of strategic orientations and controlling activities. It is composed of the company's managers as well as independent personalities selected for their confirmed and complementary expertise.
The general management is the highest executive body in charge of coordination and development, as well as the main support functions
Country directors, managing operations at the country and office levels
For each mission, a specific project team is set up, led by a project manager and under the responsibility and supervision of one of the firm's directors.
After completing his civil engineering studies at EPF Zurich (1936) and his first working experience in the road safety division of the brand-new "Swiss Office of Accident Prevention" (1938), Jean-Louis Biermann joined a mission of experts to the United States.
He returned with know-how and innovations from this country, which was far ahead of Europe at that time in terms of traffic management. He quickly put this knowledge into practice by opening an office in Lausanne in 1954, and actively participating in the Federal Commission assigned to study the possibility of a Swiss highway network.
In addition to highway network development, the Biermann office began to take on projects such as the design of parking areas and transport planning, and began to work internationally (for example, in Athens, Greece, and in the Aegean Sea).