Management & Operations

HNTB announces new executive VP

Posted on January 29, 2018

Michael Sweeney
Michael Sweeney

HNTB Corp. appointed Michael Sweeney as its new executive VP. Since joining HNTB in 2012, Sweeney has served as New York office leader and Northeast Division president. He continues to serve in his role of Eastern U.S. Region president.

Sweeney has 31 years of industry experience in transit, design, construction management and program management, alternative financing and delivery, as well as disaster recovery and resilient infrastructure.

He is involved with industry associations such as the American Public Transportation Association, serving on its High-Speed Rail Committee, and the American Railway and Maintenance-of-Way Association. Sweeney is also a board member of the Regional Plan Association and New York Building Congress.

He earned a Master of Science in construction engineering management from Polytechnic Institute of New York University and a Bachelor of Scie nce in civil engineering from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.

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