Industry veteran brings two decades of experience delivering large scale programs at airports across the world
HOUSTON (Feb. 2, 2022) – Theodore “Theo” Gargagliano has rejoined HNTB as senior program manager and vice president, based in the firm’s Houston office. In this position, Gargagliano will leverage two decades of aviation industry experience, working with the firm’s clients to help deliver projects and programs critical to the region’s airports.
Over the past 20 years, he has played an integral role in delivering projects at notable airports across the world, including the Terminal 1 program at San Francisco International Airport, terminal redevelopment programs at LaGuardia Airport in New York, and project director for construction on various facilities at Hamad International Airport in Qatar. Additionally, he has supported the Transportation Security Administration on design, construction and program management services for passenger screening checkpoints at more than 400 airports across the U.S.
In Houston, Gargagliano previously served as project manager to deliver on design and installation for security systems across the Houston Airport System.
“We are excited to welcome Theo to our team as we help to shape the future of air travel at airports across Houston,” said Mike Voinis, PE, HNTB Houston office leader and vice president. “His experience working with airport leaders and project teams on aviation programs through a wide variety of methods and strategies will be critical to delivering sustainable solutions that our clients are looking for to achieve long-term success for their facilities and operations.”
Gargagliano previously worked for HNTB, where he partnered with aviation clients in the eastern region of the United States. Prior to rejoining HNTB, he oversaw the U.S. aviation practice for another consulting firm.
Gargagliano received a Master of Arts in public administration from Troy State University. He also earned a Bachelor of Science in information systems management and a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from the University of South Florida.