Hardesty & Hanover Construction Services (H&H) is pleased to announce that Steven Nappi and Matthew Thomas have joined the firm to focus on expanding our Construction Services practice in Florida.  “Steve and Matt are both highly regarded professionals in the Florida engineering and construction community.  We are excited to have them on the H&H team as we continue to expand our services locally and nationally,” stated Director of H&H Construction Services and firm Principal, Brendan O’Shea.

With 14 years of experience, Steve will serve as Regional Manager of Construction Services. In this role, he will lead H&H’s Construction Service practice in Florida. He joins the firm having served most recently as a Senior Project Engineer for a national engineering firm, managing and administering road and bridge projects for the Florida DOT and local municipalities. Notable projects include the Gasparilla Island Swing Bridge, Matlacha Bascule Bridge, and the Jolley Bridge. A licensed Professional Engineer, Steve has a BS in Engineering from Roger Williams University.

With seven years of experience, Matt will serve as a Project Engineer, working directly with clients to deliver projects. He joins the firm having most recently served as Project Manager for Collier County, FL.  Notable projects include the Collier Boulevard and Immokalee Road Intersection improvement Project, White Boulevard over Cypress Canal Bridge Replacement and the Vanderbilt Drive Bridge Replacements. A licensed Professional Engineer, Matt has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from Florida Gulf Coast University.

Hardesty & Hanover Construction Services has a long history of successfully administering, inspecting, and managing a wide variety of projects during their construction phase. Our project experience encompasses oversight for the construction of new facilities as well as replacements/ rehabilitation of bridges and structures of all sizes and types; primary and secondary roads; storm drain systems; utilities; pavement and markings; sidewalks, plazas, and bikeways; bridge, highway, and street lighting; traffic signals; coating removal and application; and erosion/ sediment control installation.