About Us

About Us

DAMA Consultants is a transportation planning and engineering firm providing a broad range of traffic and transportation engineering services including dynamic traffic simulation, geographic information system analysis (GIS), intelligent transportation system (ITS) implementation and evaluation, advanced statistical analysis, Phase II geometric design, and construction inspections.

The company’s team of engineers and analysts has more than 80 years of combined experience and is supported by software including VISSIM Traffic Simulation Modeling, Synchro Plus SimTraffic 10, HCS7, PostGreSQL, AWS, R, SAS, ArcGIS, and MicroStation. DAMA has also used Miovision cameras to conduct traffic counts.

DAMA Consultants has served state and county agencies and partners with prime consultants in the State of Illinois.


Cook County/City of Chicago MBE
IDOT DBE Certified
Illinois CMS BEP Certified
SBA 8(a) Development Program
SBA HUBzone Business – Historically Underutilized Business Zone Program


NAICS Codes and IDOT Pre-Qualifications:

  • 541330 – Studies: Feasibility, Traffic, Traffic Signals, Safety Studies, and Construction Inspection
  • 541712 – Research
  • 925120 – Urban Planning

Licensed in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio for Engineering Services

Associations and Memberships of DAMA Staff:


History and Achievements:

Founded in 2010

2021 – Illinois Department of Transportation – Building Blocks of Success Workshop 2020 to 2021 – Graduation MVP (May 17)

2020 – Presented at Illinois Department of Transportation District 1 / American Council of Engineering Companies – Innovations/Technology Brown Bag Lunch and Learn (January 24)

2019 – American Council of Engineering Companies – Illinois (ACEC-IL) Engineering Excellence Merit Awards – Small Projects and Judges’ Choice Award for Small Projects

2017 – Illinois Department of Transportation – TCTR DBE Conference – Engineering Firm of the Year

2017 – Presented at the NSF Transportation Research Board (TRB) National Meeting (Conference Paper 17-02291)

2016 – Presented at the NSF Transportation Research Board (TRB) National Meeting and Published in Transportation Research Record (Conference Paper 16-6214, Transportation Research Record 2596 Palmerlee 16-D 07)