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Niles joins HNTB as senior project manager

Posted on March 21, 2017

Mark Niles, AICP, joined HNTB Corp. as senior project manager and associate VP, based in Washington, D.C. His responsibilities include program management, business development, technical quality oversight and project delivery. 

Niles has 30 years of transit-planning experience and an extensive background in the mid-Atlantic. His experience includes projects and programs for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, DC Streetcar and many other transit and rail, bus and paratransit planning projects across the U.S.

Prior to joining HNTB, Niles served as associate vice president for another consulting firm. In this role, he served numerous regional projects, including as program manager for the WMATA on-call planning contract, project manager for the Federal Transit Administration New Starts/Small Starts land use reviews, and Metrobus market and effectiveness studies.

Niles earned a Master of Business Administration from Rollins College, a Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Iowa, and a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from State University of New York at Plattsburgh.

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