HDR Announces Its ENR Regional Publications’ 2019 Top Young Professionals

HDR is pleased to announce that 11 of its young professionals have been named Engineering News-Record's regional publications’ 2019 Top Young Professionals. The program honors 20 individuals under 40 years of age in each region who have shown extraordinary leadership and service throughout their career.

HDR’s young professionals represent ENR California, ENR Northwest, ENR Mid-Atlantic, ENR Mountain States, ENR Texas & LouisianaENR New York and ENR Midwest. HDR’s young professionals will become eligible for ENR's national Top 20 Under 40 program, with winners announced in the second half of 2019.

Candidates are chosen by three primary criteria: industry experience and education, career and industry leadership, and community service and involvement.

Each of the individuals will be highlighted in the specific regional publication’s January and February issues, and will be recognized by HDR as part of National Engineers Week, which will be observed Feb. 17-23. 

From left: B. Brandle, AIA, LEED AP; N. Burdette, P.E.; T. Erickson, P.E.; F. Garcia, P.E.; and A. Johnson, P.E.

From left: M. Martello, P.E.; A. Mull, P.E.; G. Ngau; V. Roether; and J. Salazar, P.E.

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