New York, NY – Hardesty & Hanover, LLC, a leading transportation engineering firm headquartered in New York City, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Lawrie & Associates, LLC (L&A), a Virginia-based consulting engineering firm. L&A brings to Hardesty & …
For 125 years, H&H has delivered unparalleled bridge and infrastructure engineering as an engineering partnership. Over the past decade or so, we set out to grow the firm. This has enabled H&H to be where we are today, a Top 200 company in ENR’s Top Design Firms List.
The Jacques Chalban-Delmas Bridge was featured in the latest issue of Civil Engineering Magazine, which is published by the American Society of Civil Engineering. The article is called “Building the “Bridge Beautiful.”
Olympia, Washington – The Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) announced that ten individuals and organizations including the Murray Morgan Bridge have been named as recipients of the State Historic Preservation Officer’s Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Historic Preservation.
Bordeaux, France – The City of Bordeaux celebrated the opening of the newly named Jacques Chaban-Delmas Bridge, which is the largest lift bridge in Europe.
Pittsburgh, PA – Andy Herrmann, PE, was named Pittsburgh American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Civil Engineer of the Year at their Annual Awards Banquet on February 23rd.
Tacoma, Washington – 500 people gathered on the Murray Morgan Bridge to celebrate the reopening and rededication of the restored bridge on the 100th anniversary of the day the bridge first opened in 1913.
West Trenton, New Jersey – Michael Swietanski, PE, has joined Hardesty & Hanover as New Jersey Director of Highway and Traffic Engineering. He will be working in the firm’s West Trenton office, leading H&H’s highway and traffic engineering disciplines in New Jersey.
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Aspire Magazine, a quarterly magazine published by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) is featuring an article entitled “VDOT Chincoteague Island Bridge Replacement.”