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TxDOT’s Rio Hondo Bridge Reopens Ahead of Schedule

July 17, 2018

The TxDOT Rio Hondo Bridge reopened last Friday to the delight of the community that uses the historic vertical lift bridge. The bridge is a 145-foot lift span thru-plate girder with transverse floor beams and stringers supporting a steel grid …
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H&H Reaches Top Ten on ENR’s Top Transportation – Bridge Firms List

July 9, 2018

Hardesty & Hanover has reached the top ten on Engineering News-Record’s list of Top Design Firms in Transportation – Bridges. It is the first time in firm history that H&H has made the top ten. With $80.2 million in bridge …
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H&H’s Rise on the ENR Top 500 List Continues

April 27, 2018

H&H continues to rise on the ENR Top 500 Design Firms List. After cracking the top 200 last year, the firm moved up 179 (tied) this year. We are grateful for the trust our clients and partners have with H&H …
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Uri Aszodi, PE, Joins H&H as Sr. PM, Highway and Traffic Engineering

April 16, 2018

Uri Aszodi, PE, has joined H&H  as a Senior Project Manager in Florida. He will be working in the firm’s Sunrise office, leading highway and traffic engineering projects. Mr. Aszodi has more than 16 years of experience in transportation engineering …
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H&H Projects Receive Multiple Awards

April 12, 2018

We are pleased to announce that H&H projects received multiple awards this week at the national and local level. At the American Institute of Steel Construction’s NASCC: The Steel Conference in Baltimore, MD, Maine DOT’s Gut Bridge received the Prize …
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The Sarah Mildred Long Bridge Opens To Traffic

April 5, 2018

(Kittery, ME) The Sarah Mildred Long Bridge opened to traffic on March 30th, at 3 pm. The official opening ceremony will take place in mid-May. H&H Chief Operating Officer, Michael Hawkins and Project Engineer, Rebecca Frein were in attendance, as …
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