HNTB’s New Jersey office named best place to work

Culture of integrity, technical excellence, respect and development combine to create a desirable workplace

Parsippany, N.J. (July 18, 2023) – The New Jersey office of HNTB Corporation is among the Best Places to Work in New Jersey, according to

The annual ranking measures 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 150 Best Places to Work winners for 2023 were announced on July 12, 2023.

“We’re extremely honored to be named in New Jersey as a best place to work,” said Stephen Dilts, HNTB’s New Jersey office leader and senior vice president. “It’s a testament to every member of our team that we are recognized for our culture of integrity, technical excellence, respect for others, continual development of all employees, and commitment to our professions. It confirms what we’ve known for a long time – that HNTB is a top-tier employer of choice.”

HNTB opened its first office in New Jersey in 1964 though it has been serving clients in the New Jersey market since the 1930s when it worked on designs for movable bridges in Monmouth County. In recent years, the firm has grown significantly, opening and now expanding or upgrading offices in Parsippany, Lawrence and Cherry Hill, where the firm has more than 200 multi-disciplinary engineering professionals working on various projects.

HNTB’s clients in the state include the New Jersey Department of Transportation, New Jersey Transit, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Monmouth and Camden Counties, as well as the New Jersey Turnpike Authority for whom the firm has served as General Consulting Engineer since the Authority’s founding in 1949. HNTB delivers engineering and architectural services for bridges, roadways, highways, tolling, transit, rail, planning, program/construction management and more to clients throughout the U.S.

The firm has worked on or is currently involved with, some of the most high-profile and important transportation and economic development projects in New Jersey, including the Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation, the Route 22/82/Garden State Parkway Interchange Improvements, the Newark AirTrain, the New Jersey Turnpike Authority’s Garden State Parkway Bridge over the Passaic River Replacement and the upcoming Newark Bay Hudson County Extension program, as well as the forthcoming Secaucus-Meadowlands Transitway and the Walter Rand Transit Center in Camden.