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HNTB Hires Loy Warren as Senior Vice Resident and National Aviation Program Management Leader

Parul Dubey on August 5, 2016 - in News, People

DALLAS, August 4, 2016 – Loy Warren, PE, rejoined HNTB Corporation as a senior vice president in the new position of national aviation program management and airfield engineering leader.  He is a nationally-recognized expert who brings nearly 35 years of aviation leadership to the firm. He previously worked at HNTB from 1991 to 2003.

He is based in Plano, Texas, but his national role will take him across the country.

“We are pleased to welcome Loy back to HNTB,” said Doug Mann, FASLA, HNTB corporate development president. “Loy’s prior experience, outstanding technical expertise and extensive client relationships will bring great value to our clients as they deliver complex aviation terminal, airfield, and freight infrastructure programs.”

Warren’s areas of specialty include all aspects of airport development, such as planning, sustainability and environmental mitigation, program management, design and construction for terminal, airfield and landside development. He served as the principal services lead on numerous complex airport programs across the country, including Denver International Airport, Salt Lake City International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dulles International Airport.  He was a program leader in the TSA Baggage Screening and Security Mobilization Program after 9/11.

“Loy is a tremendous addition to HNTB’s aviation team. His insights and practical experience will be of great value to the firm and our aviation clients,” said Laddie Irion, HNTB national aviation market sector leader and senior vice president.

Prior to re-joining HNTB, Warren served two other consulting firms as a leader for national airport practices. His responsibilities included business and technical management of multiple airport contracts simultaneously, while recruiting and leading a high-performing team of airport development professionals. His role as project executive on large development programs has included advisory services to airport executive management on risk mitigation, quality, financial management, environmental permitting, phasing and FAA integration.

He holds a Bachelor of Science, civil engineering from the University of Missouri. He is a registered professional engineer in Texas, Michigan, California, Colorado and Arkansas.

Warren frequently serves on industry panels and delivers papers/presentations for airport organizations such as American Association of Airport Executives, Airports Council International and Airport Consultants Council. He served on the World Business Partners Board and Steering Group; Technical and Operations Committee for ACI-NA. For, ACC, he served as panel member to write FAA’s guidance for non-federal navaids and the 2005 and 2015 updates to FAA AC 150/5100-14D on airport procurement and contracting for architecture/engineering services. He also has actively served the American Society of Civil Engineers on airport standards and development issues throughout his career.

Currently, HNTB is working on some of the most high-profile aviation programs in the country, including on-call Capital Improvements Project at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport; South Terminal C, Phase 1, at Orlando International Airport; Terminal Redevelopment Program Denver International Airport; and terminal planning for the new Mickey Leland International Terminal at Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

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HNTB Corporation is an employee-owned infrastructure firm serving public and private owners and contractors. With more than a century of service in the United States, 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 www.hntb.com.

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