MILWAUKEE – HNTB Corporation opened for business in downtown Milwaukee today, completing a relocation of nearly 100 infrastructure planners, engineers and other professionals to the 19th and 20th floors in the Two Fifty building at 250 East Wisconsin Avenue. The move brings HNTB closer to its clients and projects and will accommodate anticipated employee growth.
“Designing and delivering complex infrastructure solutions to keep communities moving and prosperous demands talented teams, close collaboration and strong partnerships,” said Ashley Booth, HNTB’s Wisconsin office leader. “Our new presence in Milwaukee’s vibrant downtown area promises to strengthen our proven ability to deliver infrastructure solutions for our clients, some of whom we have served here for more than 60 years.”
HNTB’s clients include Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Cities of Milwaukee and Madison, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, the Milwaukee Bucks and others. HNTB has worked on, or is currently involved with, some of the most high-profile infrastructure projects in Wisconsin, many contributing significantly to Milwaukee’s resurgence. These include The Hop streetcar, I-94 North-South, Zoo interchange, Fiserv Forum and Jackson and Wilson Park Creek rehab projects.
HNTB delivers engineering and architectural services for arenas, bridges, roadways, highways and toll facilities. Professionals also provide transit, rail, planning, program/construction management and more to clients throughout Wisconsin and the U.S.