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“U.S. Open Tennis Stadium’s Retractable Roof is Mesmerizing to Watch” – Press Coverage of the Public Unveiling of the New Arthur Ashe Stadium Roof

August 4, 2016

Hardesty & Hanover was consultant to Morgan Engineering for the design-build services to engineer and fabricate the new retractable roof mechanization system for the USTA National Tennis Center Arthur Ashe Stadium. Services included design collaboration with the building’s prime structural …
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Hardesty & Hanover Acquires The Heimburg Group

January 19, 2016

NEW YORK/PRNewswire/ — Hardesty & Hanover, LLC (H&H) is pleased to announce the acquisition of The Heimburg Group, Inc. (THG) of Tampa, Florida.  THG is a 20-person transportation firm incorporated in 2007 by Lisa and Stephan Heimburg. The firm’s experience is …
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H&H Opens New Hampshire Office, Announces Hiring of Christopher Baker, PE

October 14, 2015

We are pleased to announce the opening of our latest office in Bedford, New Hampshire. With this opening, we continue our commitment to to growing and expanding our New England presence. In conjunction, Christopher D. Baker, PE, has joined H&H …
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Announcing H&H Associate Appointments

January 8, 2018

The Associate designation is part of the fabric of our firm and serves as a mark of distinction — the best of our world-class staff. The title of Associate is used to recognize key individuals within the firm who have …
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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Outlines Major System Preservation Project Designed by H&H

December 21, 2017

  The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) announced major system preservation projects coming in 2018 to two major areas in Baltimore.  Hardesty & Hanover is the lead designer for the $20 million Curtis Creek Drawbridge Mechanical & Electrical Rehabilitation Project. The …
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H&H Part of Team Awarded Largest Transportation Project In National Park Service History

December 4, 2017

H&H is part of the Kiewit/AECOM design-build team selected for the $192 million project to rehabilitate the Arlington Memorial Bridge which spans the Potomac River near Arlington National Cemetary.  H&H will supply complex engineering services for the project. The work …
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H&H #GivingTuesday Efforts Will Benefit #endhunger

November 28, 2017

In support of #GivingTuesday across the globe, H&H offices will be leading a firm-wide food drive to end hunger. Supported by recommendations from Feeding America, each H&H location will be collecting food and other goods, benefitting their local communities. Collection …
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Les Eslinger Joins H&H as Technical Advisor

We are pleased to welcome Les Eslinger to H&H. Les will serve as a Technical Advisor/Construction Coordinator, working out of our New York City office. Formerly with the Port Authority of New York/New Jersey, Les will bring his valuable constructablilty …
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