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27 days ago

Transit Senior Project Manager

HNTB Golden Valley, MN

Technical Create and implement work plans to achieve client expectations including developing alternative analyses; preliminary engineering; and/or… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Senior Roadway Project Manager

HNTB Jacksonville, FL

Identifies and markets business opportunities with key clients. Develops and enhances key client relationships and serve as one of the primary… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Senior Technology Project Manager

HNTB Kansas City, MO

Develops the program strategy, supporting business case and various project plans Communicates with IT leadership to communicate program direction… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Senior Project Manager- Bridge Group

HNTB Kansas City, MO

Develop and nurture key client relationships and serve as one of the primary company contacts on the project. Serve as a technical resource leading a… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Senior Toll Project Manager/Advisor

HNTB Orlando, FL +2 locations

Provides operations, management and program planning support to toll clients Develops policies and program initiatives to support toll clients… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Senior Project Manager -Track/Transportation Engineer

HNTB Oakland, CA +4 locations

Experience in Sr. Project Management preferred and leading a team of engineers on track alignment, Passenger Rail, design projects Requires advanced… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Construction Services Department Manager/Senior Project Engineer

HNTB Tampa, FL

Responsible through assigned field staff for overall management direction of major transportation construction projects. Accountability includes… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Senior Signal Engineer/Senior Project Manager

HNTB Atlanta, GA +3 locations

s for signal system requirements. Develop estimates of engineering hours and costs for proposals. Meet with customers to review technical details of… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Senior Transit Rail Project Manager - Architecture

HNTB San Francisco, CA +2 locations

Execution of transit architecture projects Project Design Management in both Design Build contractor programs and agency direct design contracts… Ivy Exec

4 days ago

Senior Project Manager- ITS/Traffic

HNTB Tallahassee, FL +2 locations

right to join HNTB! HNTB Corporation is currently seeking a **Senior Project Manager

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HNTB Companies Executive Chairman, HNTB Holdings Harvey K. Hammond Jr.
Harvey K. Hammond Jr.
81 Ratings

    A company falling behind

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    I worked at HNTB Companies full-time for more than a year


    HNTB has some fantastic people around the nation who are passionate about transportation and infrastructure. Competitive compensation and opportunities for advancement.


    Definitely a company struggling with the changes in the marketplace. In many ways, it still is structured like an antiquated geography-based partnership with political infighting between offices stifling growth and raising costs. Strategically the company is 30 years behind and is really controlled by a single individual. Incredibly risk-averse contractually, to the point that it is damaging them in the marketplace compared to other more sophisticated competitors.

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    Take a good hard look at the corporate structure and blow it up. The Infrastructure model of geographic profit/cost centers impedes maximizing revenue and profit by job and type. Focus on putting the right resources on a job rather than hoarding revenue for an office by utilizing ill-fitting staff for assignments. Take a page from Ford and adopt a "One HNTB" strategy before there isn't an HNTB.

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