Warner will partner with teams in the West and firmwide resources to further build on the region’s impressive history of client success and seek new paths for growth
SANTA ANA, Calif. (Sept. 28, 2023) – David Warner has joined HNTB Corporation as West Region sales officer and senior vice president. Warner will be focused on maximizing growth in the firm’s West Division and Northwest Division, comprising a 13-state region. He is based in HNTB’s Santa Ana office.
“David approaches his work with inclusivity and collaboration as well as a drive to win and a positive attitude. His infrastructure industry expertise and proven ability to enhance key client relationships are valuable additions to HNTB,” said Michelle Dippel, HNTB Western U.S. president and executive vice president. “He will partner with teams in the West and our firmwide resources to further build on the region’s impressive history of client success and seek new paths for growth.”
Warner brings more than 20 years in the architecture and engineering industry with broad business and infrastructure experience that includes project delivery, business development, profit and loss management and government relations. He will focus on growth in the West Region by further increasing HNTB’s strategic focus on clients’ infrastructure needs and successful project delivery.
Warner joins HNTB from another consulting firm where he served as California district leader and prior to that as the Pacific Northwest district leader. He has led teams throughout the western U.S. to partner with local and regional leaders, stakeholders and clients to support the delivery of infrastructure programs and initiatives.
Warner received his MBA from City University of Seattle and a bachelor’s in civil engineering from Iowa State University.
HNTB has been involved in some of the region’s most high-profile, complex infrastructure programs that are reshaping the West. The firm’s many signature infrastructure projects in the region include the Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement in Los Angeles; Levi’s Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers; Sound Transit’s East Link Extension project in Seattle; Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders; Concourse expansion and the Hotel and Transit Center at Denver International Airport; Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program in Seattle; United Airlines terminals 7 and 8 at Los Angeles International Airport; and the West Davis Corridor highway design-build in Utah.