Bruce Riegel Joins H&H as Senior Project Manager

August 31, 2011

West Trenton, NJ – Hardesty & Hanover is pleased to introduce and welcome Bruce Riegel as our new Senior Project Manager.  Before joining Hardesty & Hanover, Mr. Riegel worked for the New Jersey Department of Transportation, where he served for over 30 years with a heavy concentration in bridge and project management. Bruce had served as Project Manager for some of NJDOT’s largest and most complex projects including the $160 million Route 21 Viaduct project in Newark; the $735 million I-295/I-76/Rt.42 Direct Connection project in Bellmawr, Gloucester City, and Mt. Ephraim; the $535 million Route 7 Hackensack River (Wittpenn Bridge) project in Jersey City and Kearny; and the $120 million I-295/Rt.42 Missing Moves project in Bellmawr, Runnemede, and Deptford.

Bruce graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering from Drexel University in 1981. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in New Jersey. In recognition of his outstanding engineering achievements and his contributions to the engineering profession, Bruce was awarded Government Engineer of the Year by ASCE New Jersey Section in 2011 and the ASCE Central Jersey Branch in 2001.