LTK Engineering Services

Hatch and LTK reported merger negotiations on Oct. 1. Today, in announcing the merger's completion, they said: "By joining forces, together we are a premiere service provider for our clients and communities in the transportation business."

Hatch, LTK Complete Merger

Consulting firms Hatch and LTK Engineering Services have merged, with LTK joining Hatch’s global infrastructure team. The partnership “will provide a solid foundation to position Hatch as a top transportation solutions provider in North America and around the globe,” the companies said.

LTK’s work in the rail industry will complement Hatch’s work in transportation and logistics, urban solutions and water. Hatch is working on BART's communications-based train control project, among others.

Merger Talks for Hatch, LTK

Consulting firms Hatch and LTK Engineering Services are said to be in the final stages of “negotiating an integration” that “will create a powerhouse global service provider” for the infrastructure, energy and metals markets. A formal announcement is expected soon.

LTK Promotes 4 to VP

LTK Engineering Services recently promoted four members of its management team—Pam Alexander; Lisa Cobb, P.E.; Guy Chertock, P.E.; and Natalie Cornell—to Vice Presidents.

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Martinez succeeds Herzog at LTK

LTK Engineering Services has named Eloy Martinez Manager of the Vehicle Mechanical Engineering Group, succeeding Jim Herzog.

LTK elevates four

LTK Engineering Services has promoted four staff members to senior-level positions, three of them with new regional responsibilities.

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APTA honors LTK’s Cornell

The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has named LTK Engineering Services Director of Business Development Natalie Cornell as 2018 Outstanding Public Transportation Business Member. Cornell was honored at APTA’s Annual Meeting.

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‘A Train’ arrives at LTK

LTK Engineering Services has added Sarah Wineman and Brian Leibowitz, previously president and vice president, respectively, of A Train Enterprises, an engineering services company they operated for the past 19 years, to its San Francisco staff.

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NDYLTK Rail is now LTK Australia

NDYLTK Rail is now a wholly owned subsidiary of LTK Engineering Services of Ambler, Pa., and has changed its name to LTK Australia Pty Ltd.