Firm receives highest ranking in the largest employer category.
MILWAUKEE (October 3, 2022) –The Milwaukee office of HNTB Corporation, an infrastructure solutions firm, is among the top 60 Best Places to Work in southeastern Wisconsin, according to the Milwaukee Business Journal. This year, the firm is the top-ranked company in the large category (100-199 employees).
The annual honors measure confidential employee survey responses to questions in key areas including personal engagement, culture, leadership, job satisfaction and retention. An evaluation of HNTB’s corporate practices, policies, philosophy and demographics also are included in the ranking.
The top 60 2022 Best Places to Work winners were announced August 18 at a pep rally themed luncheon at Panther Arena.
“We’re very honored to be named for the third year in a row as one of the best places to work,” said Ashley Booth, Wisconsin office leader and vice president of HNTB. “It’s a testament to each and every member of our team that we are recognized for our culture of inclusion, collaboration and innovation. Our culture is the foundation from which we deliver excellence to our clients and our community.”
HNTB first opened its Milwaukee office in 1956. The firm expanded its downtown office space to accommodate its accelerated growth earlier this year.
In the last 36 months, HNTB grew its Milwaukee area workforce from 90 to more than 125 staff, with open requisitions for more than 30 new positions to meet the demands for transportation planning, engineering, program management and construction management services in the region. The firm anticipates continued aggressive growth in future 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 delivers engineering and architectural services for bridges, roadways, highways, tolling, transit, rail, planning, program/construction management and more to clients throughout Wisconsin and the U.S.
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 East-West Bus Rapid Transit, I-43 North-South, I-94 East-West, I-794/Lake Interchange and Jackson Park and Wilson Park Creek rehabilitation projects.