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HNTB names new rail, transit sr. project manager/associate VP

Management & Operations| October 1, 2019

E. Gregory Thorpe, PE, is based in the firm's Salt Lake City office and serves clients throughout the eight-state Northwest Division.

Women in Transportation: HNTB Corp.'s Kimberly Slaughter

Management & Operations| September 10, 2019

Welcome to our annual feature where we profile exceptional women from various facets of the transportation industry.

Rail| August 5, 2019

HNTB appoints Hariharan senior tunnel engineer

He continues working on the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor Project in Los Angeles as lead engineer for construction support service.

Management & Operations| July 8, 2019

HNTB taps Gale as president of Great Lakes Division

Project experience includes planning, design and construction for transit, roadway, drinking water, and wastewater facilities.

Management & Operations| July 4, 2019

May named HNTB Pa. office leader

Leads a team of 160 delivering highway, bridge, toll, transit, rail, and aviation projects, program and construction management.

Management & Operations| June 17, 2019

Prince joins HNTB as new project director and associate VP

Roger Prince brings more than 33 years of experience with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Management & Operations| April 3, 2019

Rail transit expert Mangold joins HNTB as rail program manager

He most recently oversaw SEPTA's power department’s engineering, maintenance and construction groups, and capital construction.

Management & Operations| March 25, 2019

Collins named HNTB office leader in Seattle

Since joining HNTB in 2013, Collins served as project manager on Sound Transit’s East Link and Lynnwood Link Extensions.

Management & Operations| March 15, 2019

Jenkins joins HNTB as national transit/rail consultant

He specializes in delivering complex, multimodal and multidisciplinary infrastructure projects.

Technology| February 26, 2019

Battery tech advances drive new approach to streetcar, bus projects

Today’s streetcars will be able to minimize or eliminate some of the traditional power elements, thanks to the improved technology.

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