John Haussmann, P.E., has joined HDR as a vice president and principal project manager based in the company's Walnut Creek, Calif. office. He will focus on major transit projects in California and throughout the western United States. Prior to joining HDR, Haussmann was the regional transit manager for PBS&J's west and central regions. From 1997 to 2008 he served first as chief operating officer and then CEO/president of T.Y. Lin International.
Haussmann has more than 30
years of experience delivering a wide range of multimodal surface
transportation projects. He has served as project manager or principal in
charge for varying aspects of such notable projects as the Red Line 7th
Street/Metro Center Station in Los Angeles, Port of Los Angeles Pier 300
expansion, the Riverside Maintenance Facility and Storage Yard for articulated
light rail cars in Boston, the Railway Access and Station Remote Airport
Check-in for Hong Kong International Airport, the Northwest Transitway HOV Lane
in Houston, the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston, S.C.; and replacement of the
eastern span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
Haussmann is a registered
professional engineer in California, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Texas.
He serves on the American Road and Transportation Builders Association’s
Railroad and Public Transportation Advisory Council and is also a member of the
National Society of Professional Engineers.