HNTB Corporation, a national infrastructure solutions firm, is growing in Atlanta to help address the area’s infrastructure needs. The firm has hired Reiner Schwarz, Kenyata Smiley and Alvin Banguilan – three veteran
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Chris Gale, PE, is the new president of HNTB Corporation’s Great Lakes Division.
Jennie Santoro, AIA, NCARB, is HNTB Corporation’s new Seattle architecture studio leader.
HNTB Corporation has brought on two new hires in the past week who are expected to focus much of their attention on infrastructure and transportation.
HNTB Corporation has appointed Cheryle Tyson to serve as a national transit/rail consultant based in the firm’s Plano, Texas, office, located about 20 miles north of Downtown Dallas.
HNTB Corporation announced the appointment of four new staff members this week, in addition to the growth of the firm’s presence in the Southeastern U.S. with the addition of its first Tennessee-based
HNTB Corporation has brought on C. Yoga Chandran, PhD, PE, GE, as a project director and vice president in Southern California.
James Collins joined HNTB Corporation’s transit/rail practice as a project director and vice president. Collins will be based in HNTB’s Empire State Building offices and will support the continued growth of the