Hardesty & Hanover (H&H) announces its newest office in the London Bridge City neighborhood has recently opened as several of the firm’s signature moveable bridge projects are underway in England, Scotland, and Ireland. H&H is currently providing moveable bridge engineering for two new river crossings, the Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing and the River Clyde Double Cable-Stayed Swing Bridge in Glasgow. The office will provide additional support for these major undertakings as well as the firm’s work in Ireland for Dublin City Council, the Waterford Sustainable Transport Bridge, and Waterford’s Rice Bridge.
Paul van Hagen, CEng, PE, a complex bridge engineer with 30 years of experience, will lead the office.
“Our London expansion supports H&H’s ongoing work in England, Ireland, and Scotland and provides enhanced responsiveness and collaboration with our clients and partners throughout Europe and beyond,” said Paul Skelton, H&H Principal-in-Charge, Chief Development Officer.
H&H is a 135-year-old transportation engineering firm whose recent resurgence in Europe began with moveable bridge engineering for the Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas in Bordeaux, France. The firm has nearly 500 employees, including the largest roster of mechanical and electrical engineers dedicated solely to moveable bridges and kinetic structures.
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