Tim Morgan Appointed Practice Leader in HNTB’s Oklahoma City Office
OKLAHOMA CITY – Timothy Morgan, PE, has been named practice leader for HNTB’s office in Oklahoma City. An HNTB associate vice president, Morgan brings more than a decade of experience in service to municipal, state and federal infrastructure clients.
In this role, Morgan leads the firm’s work in Oklahoma City. He oversees daily operations for the region, including talent acquisitions, developing strong client relationships, and supporting major project pursuits and delivery. The firm will gradually hire 20 or more professionals by the end of 2019 to staff the office and serve key infrastructure projects in the state.
“As Oklahoma’s population and economy continue to grow, HNTB recognizes the demand for transportation infrastructure that improves mobility and creates a dynamic transportation network,” said Wayne Feuerborn, office leader in charge of the region and vice president. “Tim moving into the practice leader role will help HNTB meet the needs of our clients in Oklahoma City and throughout the region.”
Since joining HNTB in 2004, Morgan has gained diverse infrastructure experience, having been involved in major urban interchanges, bridge reconstruction and replacements, municipal street and stormwater improvements, flood control projects, transit, and aviation projects. Prior to relocating to Oklahoma City, he worked from the firm’s Overland Park, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, offices.
He has a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Missouri and is registered as a professional engineer in Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri and Kansas.
HNTB’s current projects in Oklahoma include innovative Bridge Raise projects on Interstate 35 in Kay County and along Interstate 40 near Tinker Air Force Base for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. HNTB serves as a general technology consultant to the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, developing the Kansas and North Texas toll pass interoperability program and implementing the first all-electronic tolling facility in the state on the Creek Turnpike at the Elm Street interchange in Jenks.
For the City of Tulsa, HNTB is working with the Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority and the city to implement bus rapid transit along Peoria Avenue. The firm is also the prime engineer for the city’s infrastructure improvements associated with A Gathering Place for Tulsa, including the reconstruction of Riverside Drive and the Arkansas River Pedestrian Bridge and serves as lead engineer for structural, civil and electrical components of the park.
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.