HDR has tapped Chip Knowlton as Infrastructure Consulting Business Transformation Director.
Knowlton will advise HDR’s public and private clients on infrastructure development and maintenance, working closely with the firm’s employees in asset management, organizational strategic planning, policy development, business process review and improvement, organizational change management, and digital/technology strategy.
Knowlton’s 30-year background in advisory services includes work in infrastructure enterprise asset management, business transformations, industrial account portfolio management, software and services sales, and process improvement in the commercial and public sectors. Previously, he founded a management consulting firm, and has spent the last eight years in the transportation industry advising clients across the United States, including a role as Executive Program Manager for Enterprise Asset Management at New York City Transit, according to HDR.
“Chip’s leadership and wealth of experience will enable HDR’s clients to meet the challenges of a new economy head on as they retool their processes and organization to deliver their work efficiently, effectively and equitably,” said Janet González Tudor, HDR’s Transportation Operational Resiliency Director.