The new 12,500-square-foot office will house a team of professionals focused on delivering infrastructure solutions to clients in the transportation sectors. HNTB’s presence in the Detroit region has been steadily growing in recent years, and the addition of the Allen Park office will further enhance the company’s ability to provide local expertise and support to clients across the state.
“HNTB is excited to expand our presence in the Detroit region with the opening of our new office in Allen Park,” said Eric Morris, PE, HNTB Senior Vice President and Michigan Office Leader. “Michigan is a key market for our firm, and we look forward to building upon our existing relationships and forging new partnerships with clients in the region.”
HNTB has worked on, or is currently involved with, the following Michigan infrastructure projects: Revive 275, Gordie Howe International Bridge, US-24 Reconstruction, Innovate Mound, I-94 Modernization, I-375 Reconnecting Communities, I-696, and 8 Mile Road. The company has partnered with state and local agencies, private sector clients, and community stakeholders across the region.
HNTB’s clients include the Michigan Department of Transportation, Wayne County, Macomb County, the City of Detroit, Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan, and others. HNTB delivers engineering and architectural services for bridges, roadways, highways, tolling, transit, rail, planning, program/construction management, and more to clients throughout Michigan and the U.S.