June 4, 2014
Prior to joining HDR, Tom Waldron served as Americas Transit & Rail director for AECOM, one of the largest multinational consulting firms in the transportation industry.
November 16, 2012
Design is expected to be complete by April 2013. Construction is expected to be complete by June 2014.
July 2, 2012
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Going forward, InfraConsult will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of HDR Engineering, Inc.
May 30, 2012
Will provide all planning services required to complete the analysis, including overall project management, public involvement, preliminary engineering, Federal Transit Administration coordination, economic development impacts, land use, environmental, Sustainable Return on Investment, operations and financial planning.
September 15, 2011
The Sugar House Streetcar project construction costs are estimated to be approximately $37 million. HDR will provide preliminary engineering and final design services for the track work, structures, drainage, utility relocations, stations, street reconstruction and at-grade crossings.
April 6, 2011
HDR/Gilbane's role is preliminary design, design management, construction management and overall program management for MBTA.
January 27, 2010
The environmental assessment and preliminary engineering work, which is under way, is slated to be completed in summer 2010.
April 1, 2009
Peters, who served as Secretary of Transportation from 2006 to 2009, also served as administrator of the Federal Highway Administration from 2001 to 2005, when she joined HDR as national director of transportation policy and consulting.
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