The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has appointed HNTB’s Ronnie Hakim, National Transit and Rail Market Sector Leader, and Kimberly Slaughter, Senior National Practice Consultant, to its new Mobility Restoration & Recovery Task Force.
Veronique “Ronnie” Hakim, a career transit and transportation professional who has led some of the largest transportation agencies in the nation, on Feb. 3 joined HNTB as Senior Vice President and National Transit and Rail Market Sector Leader. Based in HNTB’s New York City office, she is responsible for collaborating with HNTB leadership nationwide on strategic planning and implementation, industry representation, business development, service delivery, and client collaboration and satisfaction.
Michael McNamara, P.E., has joined HNTB Corp. as Regional Senior Director of Rail and Transit Systems and Vice President.
HNTB Corp. announced it has added two new faces to its transit team, as Charles Beauvoir, P.E., S.E., joined as senior program manager and vice president, based in the firm’s Houston office, and industry veteran Jack Buckingham joined the transit and rail practice as vice president, program delivery, based in the firm’s District office.
Dr. Janet Ungerer, Ph.D., P.E., has joined HNTB Corp. as Project Director and Associate Vice President in the firm’s Baltimore office.
Jason Yunlong Liu, Ph.D., P.E., recently returned to HNTB Corp. as Senior Technical Advisor in the Seattle tunnel ventilation and fire life safety engineering group.
Murali Hariharan, P.E., G.E., has been appointed Senior Tunnel Engineer for the national tunnel practice of HNTB Corp.
Emily Gallo has joined HNTB Corp. as Government Relations Director for the firm’s Northeast Division. She’s based in HNTB’s Empire State Building office in New York City.
HNTB Corp. recently announced a pair of moves—first with Greg May, P.E., LEED A.P., assuming the role of Pennsylvania Office Leader.
HNTB Corp. recently announced that Roger Prince has joined the team as Project Director and Associate Vice President of the firm’s program management and construction management practice. He’ll be based in HNTB’s New York City office in the Empire State Building.