HNTB’s New Jersey office selected Best Places to Work for second consecutive year

Annual program awards employers based on feedback from employees on workplace environment, culture and more

PARSIPPANY, N.J. (July 1, 2024) – HNTB’s New Jersey office have been named one of the state’s Best Places to Work for the second year in a row. NJBIZ selected HNTB for this honor in the large company category, which was announced on June 28, 2024.

The annual ranking measures confidential employee survey responses to questions in 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.

“For the second year in a row, HNTB has been recognized as a Best Place to Work,” said Stephen Dilts, HNTB’s New Jersey office leader and senior vice president. “As an employee-owned firm, our professionals are driven by our unity of purpose in delivering extraordinary solutions for our clients. We are proud to be a choice employer in New Jersey and look forward to continuing to grow to help our clients meet their goals and transportation demands in the region.”

HNTB is celebrating 60 years this year since it opened its first office in New Jersey in 1964, though the firm has been serving clients in New Jersey for about a century when it worked on designs for movable bridges in Monmouth County. The firm employs more than 230 multi-disciplinary professionals in its Cherry Hill, Newark, Parsippany and Princeton offices.

HNTB delivers architectural, engineering and construction services for transportation markets including aviation, bridges, highways, tolling, transit, rail and roadways. HNTB’s clients in the state include Monmouth and Camden Counties, the New Jersey Department of Transportation, New Jersey Transit, New Jersey Turnpike Authority and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

For decades, the firm has been an industry leader in the transportation sector, working on some of the most significant infrastructure and economic development projects in New Jersey. Some of these projects include the Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation, the Route 22/82/Garden State Parkway Interchange Improvements, AirTrain Newark, the New Jersey Turnpike Authority’s Garden State Parkway Bridge over the Passaic River Replacement and the Newark Bay Hudson County Extension program, as well as the Secaucus-Meadowlands Transitway and the Walter Rand Transit Center in Camden.