Stover Relocates to HNTB’s Tampa Office as Principal Engineer; Coney and Moran Join as New Hires
TAMPA, FL — Shawn Stover, PE, relocated to HNTB Corporation’s Tampa, Florida, office from Austin, Texas. Stover serves as Principal Engineer, responsible for overseeing technical assignments, and delivering transportation and highway engineering projects. Along with Stover, Chloe Coney joins as Public Involvement Specialist and Danielle Moran joins as Public Involvement Manager.
Shawn Stover, PE, Principal Engineer
Stover has nearly 29 years of industry experience, including 12 years at HNTB, where he most recently served in Austin as Senior Project Manager and Program Management Engineering Manager. His leadership experience spans a wide range of projects, including program management contracts, federal projects, civil engineering and more.
“Shawn is an experienced HNTB leader with a deep understanding of the lifecycle and delivery of large projects and programs,” said Len Becker, PE, HNTB West Florida Office Leader and Vice President. “As HNTB’s West Florida clients seek to deliver multimodal solutions, Shawn’s experience will serve as a catalyst for meeting mobility needs across the region.”
Prior to his relocation, Stover served as General Engineering Consultant project coordinator for the Mobility35 Corridor Program in Austin, overseeing engineering service. His additional leadership experience on large projects includes serving as PMC engineering manager on a large hurricane recovery program in Texas.
Stover earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Kansas.
Chloe Coney, Public Involvement Specialist
Coney has nearly 40 years of experience advocating for community building and neighborhood revitalization. She is experienced in public involvement, mediation, management and marketing. She has held a variety of leadership and community roles in the Tampa Bay area.
Prior to joining HNTB, Coney was the District Director for Congresswoman Kathy Castor, District 14, where she worked closely with communities to bring value to the constituents of Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. Coney was the founder and first president of the Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, an organization that provides job training, promotes entrepreneurship, develops youth leadership programs, revitalizes commercial areas and builds affordable housing.
Coney’s responsibilities at HNTB include implementing public-involvement strategies for clients and helping facilitate stakeholder communications on transportation projects. “Chloe is a trusted member of the Tampa Bay community and has a reputation of working with multiple stakeholders to solve challenging problems,” said Becker. “HNTB is fortunate to have Chloe partnering with our transportation agency clients and communities in Tampa Bay to understand what stakeholders value and deliver win-win transportation projects.”
Coney earned a master’s degree in biblical counseling from Florida Beacon Bible College and a bachelor’s degree in sociology/corrections from Florida A&M University.
Danielle Moran, Public Involvement Manager
Moran has more than 10 years of experience as a communications professional. She is knowledgeable in community and stakeholder relations, economic development strategies, governmental affairs, political consulting and events management.
“Danielle is a skilled communicator and strategist with a unique blend of capabilities,” said George Walton, PE, HNTB Project Director and Vice President. “The expertise she has gained from prior positions with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center and Tampa Bay Partnership will provide our clients with valuable insights and best communications practices as they work to advance a new transportation vision for our region.”
Moran’s responsibilities include implementing public-involvement strategies and communications programs for clients to facilitate public acceptance of projects and initiatives. Moran earned a master’s degree in history from University of Alabama-Huntsville and a bachelor’s degree in history from Athens State University.