Mike Tugman has been involved with Eastern Federal Lands Highways Division indefinite delivery/quantity contract task orders. - Photo: HDR

Mike Tugman has been involved with Eastern Federal Lands Highways Division indefinite delivery/quantity contract task orders.

Photo: HDR

HDR has promoted two transportation professionals to help lead its holistic program management services, according to the company’s press release.

Mike Tugman, P.E., has been promoted to East region program management leader, and Paul Alsina, P.E., has been named Central region program management leader.

“HDR’s program management practice continues to grow and adapt to the new equity, mobility and infrastructure trends developing today,” said Transportation Program Management Director Erin Slayton. “Paul and Mike’s deep connections throughout the industry will allow them to assist DOTs and private concessionaires in developing innovative, holistic solutions and providing overall support — from planning, funding and design to procurement, delivery and maintenance.”

Tugman has over 30 years of multidisciplinary experience. He will lead the delivery of holistic program management services for clients in all transport markets throughout the Eastern U.S.

Paul Alsina managed the North Texas Tollway Authority’s President George Bush Turnpike Western Extension project in Dallas. - Photo: HDR

Paul Alsina managed the North Texas Tollway Authority’s President George Bush Turnpike Western Extension project in Dallas.

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As for Alsina, he has 26 years of experience and will work for clients in HDR’s 13-state Central Region.

Both will continue the diversification of HDR’s capabilities.

Tugman has been involved with Eastern Federal Lands Highways Division indefinite delivery/quantity contract task orders. His recent experience includes managing a multifaceted design-build interstate managed lanes program near Washington, D.C. for Virginia DOT.

Alsina has focused on program management in Texas and the central U.S. and has supported multiple clients using alternative delivery. 

Milos Vasiljevic will now be principal program manager for the Carolina Crossroads Program in Columbia, South Carolina. - Photo: HDR

Milos Vasiljevic will now be principal program manager for the Carolina Crossroads Program in Columbia, South Carolina.

Photo: HDR

HDR has also recently promoted Milos Vasiljevic to principal program manager.

Vasiljevic has worked on alternative delivery and program management assignments throughout the U.S. His most recent assignment was as a senior program manager on the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway P3 Project in Phoenix, Arizona. 

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