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HNTB appoints new group director and VP

Posted on January 29, 2018

Kammy Horne
Kammy Horne

HNTB Corporation announced that Kammy Horne will join as group director and VP in the firm's Austin, Texas, office. Horne will oversee a variety of departments and staff, and help develop and maintain client relationships.

Horne has 25 years of transportation experience in project planning, development, and implementation, as well as expertise related to NEPA. She has worked on delivering projects across the country, including Austin; Washington, D.C.; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Phoenix, Arizona.

Prior to joining HNTB, Horne served as a transportation regional business manager for another consulting firm.

Horne is actively involved in a variety of industry associations, including the American Public Transportation Association where she serves as the co-chair of the Environmental Subcommittee for the Planning, Policy, and Program Development Committee and on the Leadership APTA Committee. Horne also is an active member of Women’s Transportation Seminar, and is currently actively involved in roles with the Metropolitan Phoenix and Heart of Texas chapters.

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