Sprynczynatyk Joins HDR as Strategic Program Manager

(June 27, 2016) - Retired Maj. Gen. David Sprynczynatyk has joined HDR as the strategic program manager for North Dakota and the surrounding region, based in the firm's Bismarck office. His responsibilities include planning, directing and monitoring all aspects of multi-discipline programs, and overseeing technically complex projects.

Prior to joining HDR, Sprynczynatyk held key leadership positions for the State of North Dakota, including state engineer and secretary of the State Water Commission, director of the Department of Transportation and, most recently, the North Dakota director of Emergency Services and National Guard adjutant general.

He has more than 44 years of in-depth leadership experience and expertise on a wide variety of infrastructure challenges and solutions. Major projects that Sprynczynatyk oversaw include the Southwest Pipeline Project, the Northwest Area Water Supply, Liberty Memorial Bridge, Four Bears Bridge, the four-laning of Highway 2, the state response to the floods of 2009 and 2011, and the overseas deployment of more than  2,500 soldiers and airmen in the Global War on Terror. 

Sprynczynatyk is a registered professional engineer in North Dakota and a member of the North Dakota Society of Professional Engineers and the National Society of Professional Engineers. His community involvement includes serving as a member and past president of the Far West Rotary Club, a member of the board of directors for the Gateway to Science Center and executive board member of the Northern Lights Council of the Boy Scouts of America. 

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