Copenhagen’s City Council has voted in favor of moving forward with the Inderhavn (Inner Harbor) Bridges project. Hardesty & Hanover teamed with Flint & Neill and Studio Bednarski to win the prestigious international competition in Copenhagen to create a new pedestrian bridge over the City’s Inner Harbor.
Construction is set to begin for the Bacalan-Bastide Bridge over the Garonne River in Bordeaux, France. A “cornerstone” ceremony will take place on December 9th to signify the start of the project. Hardesty & Hanover is the projects movable bridge consultant for the team including Vinci Construction, EGIS-JMI, Michel Virlogeux, and Lavigne & Cheron Architects.
New York, NY – Hardesty & Hanover, LLP, (H&H) retired Partner Bernard Haber, PE, has been awarded a Life Membership to ARTBA. According to ARTBA’s By-Laws, a Life Membership is awarded to “those individuals who performed extraordinary, distinguished and outstanding …