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HNTB names Slaughter Sr. VP

Management & Operations| May 24, 2018

Transit/rail market sector leader recognized for delivering solutions to clients, serving in industry leadership roles, and advancing transit thought leadership.

Maack joins WSP as sr. engineering manager in Los Angeles

Management & Operations| May 16, 2018

In his new position, Maack is responsible for marketing and leading a variety of SoCal rail and transit engineering and planning projects.

Management & Operations| March 5, 2018

HNTB adds transportation planners in Austin, San Antonio

Janelle Carey most recently served as a transportation planner for the San Diego MTS. Jason Rodriguez worked in strategic planning for VIA Metropolitan Transit.

Rail| February 15, 2018

Stantec to lead $1.9 billion rail modernization project

The project will add a 9.8-mile third track and add critical capacity on Long Island Rail Road’s busiest corridor.

Management & Operations| February 13, 2018

Otto to manage WSP transportation operations across four states

Responsible for strategic business growth across the four states plus Western Missouri, and the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Management & Operations| January 31, 2018

Tallarico to direct alternative delivery at WSP

Will manage firm’s pursuit and execution of transit, highway, and infrastructure projects using methods such as design-build and P3s.

Management & Operations| January 29, 2018

HNTB announces new executive VP

Michael Sweeney first joined HNTB in 2012 as New York office leader and Northeast Division president.

Management & Operations| January 29, 2018

HNTB appoints new group director and VP

Kammy Horne has 25 years of transportation experience in project planning, development, and implementation, as well as expertise related to NEPA.

Rail| November 30, 2017

WSP to manage BART extension to Silicon Valley

The 16-mile, six-station BART extension from Fremont to Santa Clara, Calif., is being managed by VTA and implemented in phases.

Rail| November 8, 2017

Commuter rail station named Colo. APWA 'Project of the Year'

It shares signature elements with other Eagle P3 commuter rail stations, such as its glass-and-steel elevator, but custom components make it unique among all other stations — such as its 24 by 14 foot pedestrian underpass.

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