HNTB-designed Colorado Street Bridge celebrated by Pasadena Heritage July 10, 2014

HNTB-designed Colorado Street Bridge celebrated by Pasadena Heritage

The bridge engineering firm of Waddell & Harrington — a forerunner to HNTB — designed the Colorado Street Bridge. This 101-year old landmark is being celebrated by Pasadena Heritage on July 12, 2014, with a festive evening on the bridge that will include local officials, business leaders, sponsors and thousands of residents. (more)
Using risk analysis to mitigate the impact of extreme events July 16, 2014

Using risk analysis to mitigate the impact of extreme events

Building codes alone fall short of ensuring America’s infrastructure is prepared to withstand the most severe natural and manmade disasters. Asset owners and engineers must assess risk differently to build with protective design in mind. (more)
New HNTB white paper addresses the rapid changes in toll technology facing transportation agencies June 20, 2014

New HNTB white paper addresses the rapid changes in toll technology facing transportation agencies

Toll practice experts Kevin Hoeflich, Walter Fagerlund and Susan Carlson offer steps transportation agencies can take to prepare for the future rather than trying to predict it. (more)
Transit: final link in U.S. multimodal transportation system June 19, 2014

Transit: final link in U.S. multimodal transportation system

HNTB public transportation expert Liz Rao says research shows more Americans are intrigued by the convenience and cost-effectiveness of today’s transit options. (more)
HNTB recognized for transportation industry leadership June 11, 2014

HNTB recognized for transportation industry leadership

HNTB Holdings Ltd President Paul Yarossi has been recognized by ARTBA for ongoing contributions to the industry, and two major infrastructure projects designed by HNTB have been honored for innovative design and educational opportunities. (more)
August 21, 2014

Chasing the shiny toys – Will the latest toll technology help your agency achieve success?

HNTB’s Kevin Hoeflich, PE, Toll Market Practice Leader, says there are seven steps that will lead executives to the right answer. (more)

August 13, 2014

HNTB expands transportation infrastructure practice with hiring of two highway and bridge experts

David Tiberi, PE, PMP, CCM, and Shahram Vahdat, PE, join the firm’s growing highway and bridge planning, design and construction practices in the West Division. (more)

August 12, 2014

HNTB wins procurement services contract in Texas

The Texas Department of Transportation selects HNTB for the six-year contract. (more)

August 8, 2014

United States Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk District awards HNTB Corporation contract to expand Arlington National Cemetery

The firm will serve as lead designer for the expansion, which will increase burial space and improve roadways and access. (more)

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