Williamson has more than 16 years of municipal planning experience in Central Florida, most recently serving as director of development services for Seminole County where she oversaw daily operations of the Planning and Development Division, the Building Division, and the Development Review Engineering Division. Additionally, she coordinated with elected and appointed officials on development services initiatives.
“Tina is a highly skilled planner with a robust leadership background, enabling her to offer a variety of innovative and technically excellent solutions to complex transportation issues,” said Frank O’Dea, PE, HNTB group director–engineering and vice president. “Her experience with Seminole County and other municipalities provides valuable resources to clients delivering the region’s most complex transportation programs.”
Williamson earned a Master of Science in planning, focused on urban and regional planning, from Florida State University.
Active in industry organizations, she is a member of the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association and Florida Planning and Zoning Association.
HNTB currently employs nearly 200 professionals in greater Orlando and has been helping shape infrastructure in the region since 1955. The firm has worked on, or currently is involved with, some of the most high-profile, complex projects in the region, including the I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project for the Florida Department of Transportation; Camping World Stadium; SunRail Phase 1 and Phase 2 South; Orlando International Airport South Terminal Complex; Brightline express passenger rail service between Miami and Orlando, the I-75 Turnpike Interchange Modification project for Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise; and the Wekiva Parkway project for FDOT, Central Florida Expressway Authority and FTE.
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