Hardesty & Hanover has won five awards for our work on the Willis Avenue Bridge over the Harlem River Project, the largest project ever undertaken by the Movable Bridge Group of the New York City Department of Transportation’s Division of Bridges.
Hardesty & Hanover is pleased to introduce and welcome Bruce Riegel as our new Senior Project Manager. He will be based in the firm’s West Trenton, New Jersey Office.
Hardesty & Hanover has received the 2011 Project of the Year Award from The NY Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers for our work on the project “Replacement of the Northbound Whitestone Expressway Bridge over Flushing River.”
Hardesty & Hanover, has been working hard to find a way to make the Katy Bridge in Boonville, MI fully functional again. It will not be used for train travel, but rather as a pedestrian bridge that crosses the Missouri River. Charles Birnstiel and other H&H employees have been volunteering their expertise on the project.
Hardesty & Hanover’s Route 175 Chincoteague Bridge Replacement project was recognized with the 2010 Infrastructure Excellence in Concrete Award at the 2011 Annual Virginia Concrete Conference.
The Hardesty & Hanover/PCL Design/Build team has been awarded the design and construction of a new twin double leaf rolling lift bridge in Palm Beach County, Florida, replacing the existing historic Flagler Memorial Bridge.
Hardesty & Hanover will lead the engineering effort for our Design/Build team with PCL Civil Constructors on another design/build project. The City of Tacoma, in Washington State, selected the Hardesty & Hanover team for the extensive bridge rehabilitation design and construction of the Murray Morgan Bridge.
As part of a campaign sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), people are taking notice that a career in Engineering is a great decision.
The new Willis Avenue Bridge was opened to traffic at 7:00 AM on Saturday morning October 2nd in New York City.
Thornton Tomasetti, the international engineering firm, and Hardesty & Hanover, the 120-year-old bridge engineering firm, have formed a strategic alliance to collaborate on the evaluation and engineering of transportation infrastructure and movable structures.