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The new #HNTB-designed Snake River #Bridge at Hoback Junction, Wyoming, replaced the existing structurally deficient deck arch bridge with a new, wider, multi-use deck arch that blends with the local environment and enhances the natural beauty of the region. #Wyoming #HobackJunction #Bridges #CivilEngineering #Infrastructure #Engineering #SnakeRiver
#HNTB served as part of the program management team for the #Denver International Airport Hotel and #Transit Center, which provides lodging, conference space and commuter #rail service to and from downtown Denver. It is the DIA's largest project to date and the first time an integrated #hotel and transit center have been connected directly to an #airport terminal. #Hotels #Airports #Colorado #DEN #Architecture #Transportation #ArchitectureLovers #PublicTransit #Trains
#HNTB project highlight: The #Michigan Department of Transportation selected HNTB to plan, design and oversee installation of a Truck Parking Information and Management System along 129 miles of the I-94 corridor, the state’s busiest road. #trucks #technology #transportation #infrastructure
#HNTB provided planning, design, value engineering and community outreach services to the City of #Cupertino, #California, for the Mary Avenue Bicycle Footbridge project. The team prepared a combined project study/project report as well as preliminary and final plans, specifications and estimates for decorative bridge fencing and lighting, and civic/utility improvements and coordination. #MaryAvenueBridge #bridges #pedestrianbridge #infrastructure #transportation #civilengineering #engineering
#HNTB project highlight: HNTB provided complete design services to renovate and expand historic Michigan Stadium at the University of Michigan in 2006. This $225 million project included the addition of two 530’ long, multi-story structures on both the east and west sides of the stadium that provide improved fan amenities, new restrooms and concessions, club seats, suites and press facilities.
The Pathway 22 West Project in Wyoming was an award-winning project that included the Path 22 pedestrian and bicycle bridge across the Snake River. The 700-foot-long, four-span, curved and haunched steel plate girder bridge links the trails on both sides of the river and links the only gap in a 25-mile-long continuous trail connecting the communities of Moose, Teton Village, Wilson and Jackson. HNTB supported Nelson Engineering as a subconsultant on the project. #bridge #wyoming #infrastructure #bicycle
In 2009, #HNTB landscape architects were challenged to create concep­tual designs for an expansion of the Blue Water Bridge plaza at the border crossing to #Canada in Port Huron, #Michigan, and the reconfiguration of I-94/I-69 through the city, including a new International Welcome Center. #bridge #bridges #infrastructure #engineering #civilengineering #transportation #PortHuron
HNTB is technical adviser to the #Goethals Bridge Replacement Program, led by The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. The bistate venture, the Northeast’s first #transportation infrastructure public-private partnership project, is replacing the 1928 Goethals #Bridge with dual cable-stayed spans and stakeholder support, spanning both sides of the Arthur Kill waterway between Staten Island, New York, and Elizabeth, New Jersey. #GoethalsBridge #bridges #infrastructure #NTC #NewYork #engineering #civilengineering #StatenIsland #NewJersey

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