Accomplished transportation engineer leads Denver urban and rural roadway projects after nine years on HNTB’s Pennsylvania team
DENVER (Aug. 10, 2021) – HNTB today announced that Ryan Putt has joined the Denver office as a highway project engineer. Previously based out of HNTB’s Pennsylvania office, Putt brings 11 years of experience in engineering, design and construction of transportation and facilities projects.
In this role, Putt will oversee the design, budgetary and construction aspects of urban and rural roadway projects in Colorado. He will also serve as a technical liaison for HNTB’s clients on project efforts and be responsible for project execution from initial start-up to completion.
“I am thrilled to join the Denver team to help grow the office’s footprint and influence on infrastructure in the area,” said Putt. “One of the many reasons I’ve been with HNTB for nine years is because of the company’s culture and its commitment to clients. I look forward to hitting the ground running with a talented team of individuals to deliver innovative infrastructure solutions in Colorado.”
Before relocating to Denver, Putt was a project engineer on HNTB’s Pennsylvania team, working with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and PennDOT Bureau of Public Transit on numerous local infrastructure rehabilitation projects, including the Johnstown Inclined Plane, the SR 0152 Bridge and the I-83 East Shore Section 3.
“Ryan’s dedication, passion and thoughtful approach make him a true asset to our team and the company,” said Reza Akhavan, PE, HNTB vice president and transportation practice leader in Colorado. “His years of experience, expertise in the field and proven talent for managing and completing complex infrastructure projects will be greatly utilized within the Denver office and will help expand the team’s relationships and project developments in Colorado.”
Putt earned a B.S. in civil engineering from Pennsylvania State University in 2010 and is an active member in various organizations, including the American Society of Highway Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers.