Jones Promoted to Deputy Office Leader of HNTB's Gulf Coast District
BATON ROUGE, LA Bryan Jones has been promoted to Deputy Office Leader for HNTB's Gulf Coast District. He is based in the firm's Baton Rouge, Louisiana, office.
Since joining HNTB in 2007, Jones has served in a variety of capacities for the firm's Central Division, including the development and implementation of public involvement programs on major infrastructure programs, including the modern streetcar feasibility study in Baton Rouge, infrastructure repair programs in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Biloxi, Mississippi, and the Baton Rouge-New Orleans rail feasibility study. Jones has also led government affairs outreach for the firm in Louisiana and Mississippi. He most recently led the 11-state Central Division's internal strategic planning initiative.
"Bryan's wide skill set, trusted relationships with key leaders and stakeholders, and unique knowledge of the region will have a tremendous impact on our operations," said Gen. John Basilica, Jr., HNTB Gulf Coast District Leader and Vice President. "As the Gulf Coast looks to solve its infrastructure challenges, Bryan's experience and insights will help our clients maximize their success."
Jones was recently appointed to the transition team of Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome as co-chair of the flood recovery committee and member of the public works committee. Jones' other civic engagements include inaugural member of the Louisiana Association of Business & Industry's (LABI) Emerging Leaders Council, founding board member of Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School, and facility and operations committee member for Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication from Louisiana State University.