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  • Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM) recently received an American Council Engineering Companies (ACEC) Ohio award for the East 55th Street Rapid Transit Station.

  • Mark Gerber, Hatch Mott MacDonald’s U.S. West Regional Practice Leader – Environment, was recently elected to a three-year term on the Board of Trustees for the Academy of Board Certified Environmental Professionals (ABCEP). The ABCEP is a professional association dedicated to serving the environmental professional community.

  • Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM) is pleased to announce that Michael Gennaro has joined the firm. Michael comes to HMM from a mid-sized, New Jersey/New York/New England-based engineering firm where he served for nearly 25 years, reaching the position of President and Chief Operating Officer.

  • HMM’s George Nowak, Deputy Practice Leader—Airports & Aviation, was awarded the 2012 Engineering Medal for Engineering Excellence.

  • Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM) is pleased to announce that Engineering Northwest Ltd. (ENL), a professional consulting engineering firm located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, has joined the HMM organization.

  • HMM was recently accepted to the Construction Industry Ethics and Compliance Initiative (CIECI), a non-profit association of companies in the construction industry committed to the highest level of ethics and conduct.  As a member of CIECI, HMM has pledged to follow the organization’s six core ethical principles and to participate in t

  • Hatch Mott MacDonald is pleased to announce that effective May 14, 2012, Lambert Engineers, a New Orleans engineering and architectural firm, will join the Hatch Mott MacDonald organization.  This will enable Hatch Mott MacDonald to deliver an entire suite of infrastructure engineering services (covering the transportation, environment

  • New Jersey American Water (NJAW) has awarded a design-build (DB) contract for the construction of the new Ranney Station Water Treatment Plant to the DB team of Bowen Engineering (construction contractor) and Hatch Mott MacDonald (designer).

  • San Francisco’s Doyle Drive opened on schedule April 30, 2012 and in time for morning rush hour traffic. The $1 billion Doyle Drive Replacement Project is an ambitious effort to transform a vital but unsafe and deteriorated road into one that is safe and reflects its setting within a National Historic Landmark District.

  • Hatch Mott MacDonald’s Mark Hitchcock, East Unit Subdivision Manager, has successfully completed the requirements for the nationally recognized Designated Design-Build Professional™ certification. The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) awarded designated status to Mr.

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