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Donnelly joins HNTB as senior project engineer

Posted on November 6, 2017

Lance Donnelly, PE, joined HNTB Corp. as a senior project engineer for traction power systems. Based in the firm’s Philadelphia office, Donnelly leads teams of engineers who design electrical traction systems used to power passenger trains.

Donnelly’s 16-plus years of experience includes six years at Amtrak as a project manager. While at Amtrak, he was involved in projects throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, D.C., including emergency flood damage repairs caused by Hurricane Sandy.

Lance Donnelly
Lance Donnelly

A graduate of Drexel University with Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering, Donnelly is a professional engineer in Delaware and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Currently, HNTB is involved in many high-profile infrastructure programs throughout the state, including multiple highway and bridge projects for PennDOT, Southeast Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, Delaware River Port Authority, and Keystone Corridor rail-line improvements on behalf of Amtrak and PennDOT, among many others.

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