Mike Wongkaew, Ph.D., PE, SE, PMP, has been named HNTB Corporation’s national tunnel practice lead-West region.
Doug Allen will now lead HNTB’s Southeast Division, based in Atlanta.
The NJ Transit Board of Directors this week approved a contract with HNTB Corporation of New York for the concept phase of the “Innovation Challenge” Meadowlands Transitway Project.
HNTB’s Mel Sears, PE, PMP, has been named president of the firm’s Northwest Division, overseeing vital and complex infrastructure programs in growth markets, including highways, rail/transit, tolling and aviation. He is based in the firm’s Bellevue office.
Ana Maria Ruiz Jimenez, Ph.D., joined HNTB Corporation’s national tunnel practice as principal engineer and associate vice president.
Utah Transit Authority has selected HNTB to consult on program management services.
Lori Katzman and John Seaboldt have been named deputy office leader-discover and deputy office leader-deliver, respectively, for HNTB’s New York office.
Ronnie Hakim, national transit and rail market sector leader for HNTB Corporation, recently was elected chair of the board for the Coalition of the Northeast Corridor. Hakim moves into the Coalition leadership
HNTB Corporation named Kenyatta Mitchell, an industry veteran with nearly 20 years of leadership in government affairs, as associate vice president, government relations, in the company’s Atlanta office. She will play a
Lindsay Wood, PE, has rejoined HNTB Corporation as senior project manager and associate vice president, based in the firm’s Austin office. In this role, Wood helps lead a variety of public transit
HNTB Corporation has named Kristi Lafleur, an industry veteran with 20 years of leadership in transportation and infrastructure, to head the firm’s Chicago office. Lafleur, who starts in her new role in
Veronique “Ronnie” Hakim, a career transit and transportation professional who has led some of the largest transportation agencies in the country, joined HNTB as national transit and rail market sector leader and
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.
Daniel Loftus, PE, is a new leader in HNTB’s Chicago office, where he will now serve as senior transit project manager.
Wade Benton, PE, has returned to HNTB Corporation as senior project manager and associate vice president, and will be based in the firm’s Austin office.