March 16, 2010

Sound Transit taps HDR for ROW services

HDR was awarded a five-year contract for extensive on-call right-of-way (ROW) services with Sound Transit, which provides mass transit in Washington's King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.

The Sound Transit contract covers ROW services, including planning, acquisition, relocation and property management, and transit support services needed for the construction and operation of additional passenger light-rail and commuter rail systems in and around the Seattle area.

HDR is an employee-owned architectural, engineering and consulting firm with more than 7,800 professionals in 185 locations worldwide.

 

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