HNTB announces new client service leader in Atlanta

Darius Broughton brings a depth of experience with HNTB clients including the City of Atlanta

ATLANTA (Jan. 28, 2022) – HNTB Corporation, an employee-owned engineering and architecture firm, has named Darius Broughton as its new Metro Atlanta client service leader. In this role, Broughton will work with the City of Atlanta, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, MARTA and the metro counties on current and future infrastructure needs.

With nearly two decades of experience in transportation, Broughton is an industry expert in multimodal solutions who will play a vital role in expanding the Atlanta office presence. As client service leader, he will be responsible for overall service to key clients — from planning through delivery of projects — by leveraging HNTB’s resources and technical expertise.

“Darius brings a depth of experience with our clients and as an engaged member of the community,” said Tim Morgan, PE, HNTB Atlanta office leader. “Cities and states across the country continue to face challenges in providing the infrastructure needed to support every part of every community. However, we are entering a time to make generational investments in transportation infrastructure with unprecedented funding and support for prioritization and investment to drive equitable economic success in our communities. HNTB is committed to the Atlanta metropolitan area and the success of this city.”

Previously, Broughton served as director of program management for another consulting firm in the region. He was responsible for the organization, implementation and general management of capital improvement mega-programs. He also previously served the City of Atlanta as project controls manager for the city’s Department of Watershed Management’s Inaugural Project Management Office.

Broughton earned his Master of Business Administration at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Additionally, he holds a Bachelor of Science in bio-environmental engineering, Bachelor of Science in applied physics and a certificate in waste management from Morehouse College/North Carolina A&T University. He also served as a Center of Excellence Certificate program mentor for the National Minority Supplier Development Council and an instructor at the Construction Business Management Institute.