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

Posted on October 1, 2019

E. Gregory Thorpe, PE, joined HNTB Corporation as rail and transit senior project manager and associate VP. He is based in the firm's Salt Lake City office and serves clients throughout the eight-state Northwest Division.

Primarily supporting HNTB transit projects in Utah, Colorado, and the Puget Sound region, Thorpe brings more than four decades of experience in project management, engineering, and executive leadership.

Thorpe brings extensive expertise in light rail and other high-profile transit projects. For the past 17 years he worked at the Utah Transit Authority, serving as project manager for many significant light rail projects, including the10.6-mile Mid-Jordan and the 3.8-mile Draper TRAX extensions; double tracking of the Sugar House street car line; the Airport Line and Station relocation project; replacement of the half grand union in downtown Salt Lake City; replacement of 25 at-grade crossings; and upgrading of 24 light rail stations. He also served as project manager on the $90 million Deport District bus maintenance facility and ongoing upgrades to the Mount Ogden bus facility.

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