Infrastructure Expert Charlie Herndon Joins HNTB Corporation as Florida District Leader

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Herndon will oversee delivery of critical infrastructure programs for clients throughout the region.

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Herndon is responsible for operations and client relations for the firm’s 13 offices throughout Florida.

Charlie’s far-reaching knowledge of infrastructure development in every corner of Florida will help HNTB’s clients as they face mobility delivery challenges

HNTB Corporation, a leading infrastructure solutions firm, welcomes Charlie Herndon, PE, as Florida district leader and senior vice president. In this role, Herndon is responsible for operations and client relations for the firm’s 13 offices throughout Florida. HNTB employs approximately 380 professionals across the fastest-growing state in the country.

Herndon is based in the firm’s Tampa office and brings with him an enviable civil engineering resume and senior executive leadership covering planning, design, construction and program management of major highway, toll road, interchange, bridge, airport, water, rail and many other projects.    

“In a state where the population has recently surpassed New York, Charlie’s far-reaching knowledge of infrastructure development in every corner of Florida will help HNTB’s clients as they face mobility delivery challenges,” said Mike Inabinet, president of HNTB’s Southeast Division. “With our talented professionals, Charlie will harness what HNTB does best—listen and deliver—to bring our clients second-to-none project leadership.”

Herndon has been involved in hundreds of major transportation projects over the course of his career that spans more than 35 years. A sampling of his expertise includes various locations of Florida’s Turnpike, one of the largest consultant-administered highway construction management programs in the nation; Fuller Warren Bridge reconstruction in Jacksonville; Memorial Causeway Bridge construction engineering and inspection in Clearwater; Veterans Expressway toll road extension in Tampa; capital improvement program and multiple projects at Orlando Internal Airport; Interstate-95 expansion in Fort Lauderdale and owner’s representative services for Dade County at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.

Herndon’s professional affiliations include American Society of Civil Engineers, Florida Engineering Society and National Society of Professional Engineers.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering at University of South Florida and is a certified quality control manager.

Before joining HNTB, Herndon served as a senior executive at Parsons Brinkerhoff, overseeing project performance for all planning and design services in a five-state Southeastern territory.

HNTB currently is working on, or has been involved with, some of Florida’s most high-profile projects, including completion of the master plan at Tampa International Airport; Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway reversible express lanes in Tampa; Citrus Bowl Stadium design reconstruction in Orlando; construction services for Central Florida Commuter Rail Transit (SunRail) phases 1 and 2; corridor improvements and express lanes on South Florida’s I-595; Miami International Airport; Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and many others.

About HNTB
HNTB Corporation is an employee-owned infrastructure solutions firm serving public and private owners and construction contractors. Now celebrating a century of service in the U.S. and 60 years in Florida, HNTB continues to grow in size and service offerings to clients from 13 offices, currently employing approximately 380 full-time professionals in the state. HNTB understands the life cycle of infrastructure and addresses clients’ most complex technical, financial and operational challenges. Professionals nationwide deliver a full range of infrastructure-related services, including award-winning planning, design, program management and construction management. For more information, visit http://www.hntb.com.

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