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Dave Lapping Joins H&H as Transportation Practice Leader

March 5, 2018

Hardesty & Hanover is pleased to announce that Dave Lapping, PTP, has joined the firm as Transportation Practice Leader. He will be responsible for strategic planning and expansion of H&H’s existing highway/civil practice, as well as building a company-wide traffic, …
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H&H Wins Bridge Building Competition at the State of Maryland’s Annual Quality Conference

February 2, 2018

H&H’s Annapolis structural team won the long span bridge (20″) category during Wednesday’s annual bridge building competition at Maryland DOT’s annual Maryland Quality Initative Conference in Baltimore, MD. This is the third time out of three MDQI Bridge Building Compeitions …
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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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