Management & Operations

May named HNTB Pa. office leader

Posted on July 4, 2019

Greg May
Greg May
Greg May has been named as HNTB Corporation’s Pennsylvania office leader. May brings over 20 years of experience in client service, leadership, operations management and technical experience to the position.

As office leader, he is tasked with delivering technical excellence and innovative solutions that improve regional mobility, grow a talented and diverse workforce and develop industry leaders.

He leads more than 160 multidisciplinary transportation professionals in Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Allentown, Harrisburg, and Pittsburgh. The team delivers highway, bridge, toll, transit, rail, and aviation projects, program and construction management, and other services to clients across the region.

May has served in progressively responsible leadership positions in the transportation industry throughout his career. Previously, he served as an HNTB program manager leading planning, design and program management of major projects, such as SEPTA’s $1.2B King of Prussia rail extension project.

A Pennsylvania native, he earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of New Haven. May is a member of several professional industry associations, including the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Public Transportation Association, the Project Management Institute, and others. In 2017, Mass Transit magazine named him one of its Top 40 Under 40.

HNTB is involved in some of the most significant transportation infrastructure projects in Pennsylvania including performing design and construction management. With May working as office leader HNTB believes his leadership will serve to move the region forward.

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