HNTB Adds Transportation Planning and Construction Management Professionals to Firm's Operations in Central and South Texas
AUSTIN, TX Janelle Carey, Jason Rodriguez, Scott Golab, PE, and Juan Quiroga, PE, MS, join HNTB Corporation, adding to the firm's growing talent base in Central and South Texas.
"Each of these individuals is a valued addition to our team and bring significant technical capabilities, experience developing creative and efficient solutions for clients, as well as the necessary leadership skills to help improve our region's multimodal transportation network," said Michelle Dippel, HNTB Central and South Texas Office Leader and Vice President.
Carey is a Planner, based in the firm's Austin, Texas, office. She has 11 years of industry experience, most recently serving as a transportation planner for the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System where she completed a range of special projects that involved stakeholder facilitation, public outreach, transit planning, and technical reporting and analysis.
A member of HNTB's Integrated Planning Services department, Carey works with the Texas Department of Transportation, Capital Metro and the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.
She is an active member of Women's Transportation Seminar, Heart of Texas Chapter. Carey earned a Master of City Planning from San Diego State University and a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Rodriguez is a Senior Planner, based in HNTB's San Antonio, Texas, office. Prior to joining HNTB, he served as manager of strategic planning at VIA Metropolitan Transit in San Antonio. He has 11 years of experience, specializing in project management, long range planning and corridor mobility analysis, as well as budgeting and scope for large scale programs.
Rodriguez earned a Master of Science in architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a bachelor's degree in environmental design from Texas A&M University. He also holds professional affiliations with the American Planning Association and Urban Land Institute.
Golab is based in HNTB's Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge project office and serves as construction oversight manager for the replacement of the Harbor Bridge, the longest cable-stayed highway bridge in North America.
He has 26 years of construction management, resident engineering and inspection experience on complex bridges and structures, complex interchanges, highways and roads. Before joining HNTB, he served as a senior project engineer for another consulting firm.
Golab earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Southern Illinois University.
Quiroga also is based in the Harbor Bridge project office and serves as deputy program manager for the bridge replacement project.
He has more than 25 years of industry experience, including program management of toll transportation facilities, construction management for airport facilities, highway interchanges and express lane projects. Prior to joining HNTB, he served as senior project manager for a Florida highway and bridge construction firm where he was responsible for construction management for a major express lanes project.
Quiroga earned a Master of Science in civil engineering-geotechnical from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering-structural from the University of South Alabama.