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June 3, 2013

Hill Intl. to manage construction for NJ Transit

The three-year contract has an estimated value of $3.5 million.


December 14, 2009

Hill wins $9 million N.Y. MTA contract

Will provide program and project schedule control support services and staff augmentation services for all phases of project design and construction. MTA agencies that are expected to be supported under the contract include MTA New York City Transit, Metro-North Railroad and the MTA Bus Co.


September 8, 2009

Hill Int'l to manage construction for N.J. Transit

Services include constructability review of plans; project scheduling and schedule analysis; cost estimating and review; construction administration and site inspection; claims assistance and construction value engineering.


August 28, 2009

Hill International wins FTA contract

The construction risk management firm will monitor all major FTA projects, and supplement the FTA's technical staff to evaluate grantee project management and technical capacity and capability to successfully implement major transit projects.


February 11, 2009

Hill International to manage L.A. Metro Gold Line

Will oversee implementation of design/build contract including design, construction and quality assurance/quality control.


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