HNTB selected to continue providing comprehensive environmental planning services to the Maryland Aviation Administration

Exclusive five-year contract will allow firm to build upon a decade of service to MAA

BALTIMORE (May 17, 2021) – The Maryland Aviation Administration has selected HNTB to continue serving the agency as consultant for environmental planning services. The selection is an extension of the ongoing partnership between HNTB and MAA, with the firm being the provider of on-call environmental planning services to the agency since 2011 and exclusively since 2016.

Under the five-year agreement HNTB is responsible for contract and task management, National Environmental Policy Act documentation for proposed improvements in addition to a variety of technical analyses, and on-call environmental services at Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport and Martin State Airport.

Since coming on board as an on-call consultant to MAA, HNTB has performed critical tasks to help the agency advance and meet goals in connection to a variety of facilities improvements. This includes assisting in gaining necessary environmental federal and state approvals and permits, NEPA documentation as well as augmenting staff in various roles including supporting the agency’s noise office.

“We are excited to continue our partnership with the leadership and staff at MAA and leverage our wide array of expertise and local knowledge to help them meet their environmental planning needs and program goals,” said Kim Hughes, PE, HNTB associate vice president. “This latest extension of our relationship will allow both MAA and the HNTB team to seamlessly integrate our efforts and continuing to move MAA’s priorities forward.”

HNTB leads complex aviation infrastructure projects and programs throughout the United States, including providing program management services for the John F. Kennedy International Airport’s redevelopment program; program management and construction management services at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport; serving as architect-of-record on South Terminal C at Orlando International Airport; and on Denver International Airport’s Concourse A West and B West expansions as designer/architect-of-record.