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Transportation expert Barbour joins HNTB

Posted on August 8, 2017

Prior to joining HNTB, Barbour successfully led projects for several of the region’s top transportation agencies, including L.A. Metro.
Prior to joining HNTB, Barbour successfully led projects for several of the region’s top transportation agencies, including L.A. Metro.

Michael Barbour, PE, joined HNTB Corp.'s growing Southern California team as sr. project director and associate VP. His focus is the California High-Speed Rail Construction Package 4 project, where he oversees project and construction management of technical and management staff.

Barbour has more than three decades of experience in rail and highway design and construction management working with local agencies, contractors, military, and consultants. He brings extensive transit design-build expertise, including the California State Route 125 Design Build Gap Connector project in San Diego and Honolulu Authority Rapid Transit’s elevated airport guideway and stations, among others. During his 18-year tenure with Caltrans, he served as acting deputy for design in District 7 in Los Angeles and office chief for structure design in Sacramento. 

Prior to joining HNTB, Barbour successfully led projects for several of the region’s top transportation agencies, including the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, where he served as executive officer for the construction management program as well as for highway project management. His international military experience involved working as engineering manager for the $65 million design-build reconstruction of a military base in the Middle East.

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