Experienced professional joins HNTB’s Chicago office to support delivery of region’s critical transportation projects
CHICAGO (March 7, 2019) – Daniel Loftus, PE, joined HNTB’s Chicago office as senior transit project manager, continuing a decades-long civil engineering career that has advanced critical transit, rail and roadway projects across the region.
Loftus develops and proactively manages major transportation project scopes, schedules, budgets and teams to deliver projects to HNTB clients. He also assists with proposal development and mentors newer project managers as the firm grows in the Midwest and nationally.
“Dan is an accomplished and talented professional whose proven ability to manage diverse skillsets, technical details and complex projects will benefit our clients and teams,” said Mark Becherer, PE, Chicago office leader and vice president for HNTB. “Dan’s expertise and experience will play an important role as HNTB assists the region in implementing mobility improvements on transit and rail projects.”
Before joining HNTB, Loftus managed programs and projects for several regional transportation owners, including Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District, Metra, Illinois Department of Transportation, Illinois Tollway and the City of Chicago.
Loftus earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Marquette University.
In Chicago, HNTB currently is working on, or has been involved with, some of the region’s most significant infrastructure projects, including Chicago Transit Authority’s Red Line Extension program management office, Pace’s program management office and Metra planning studies.