Janet González Tudor Promoted to Transportation Operational Resiliency Director
New Role Will Support Clients’ Long-Term Resiliency and Organizational Health
Janet González Tudor, MBA, ENV SP, LEED AP BD+C, STP, has accepted a new role as HDR's transportation operational resiliency director. González Tudor’s responsibilities include working closely with clients and cross-functional teams in the development and implementation of new programs to support infrastructure resiliency planning and long term organizational health.
She will partner with market and technical leaders to offer comprehensive services that cover enterprise-wide needs, including business and financial management, infrastructure planning and design, asset management and operation, stakeholder engagement and more. HDR's goal is to help clients prepare for and address threats from natural disasters, as well as, potential impacts due to disruptor events like the current pandemic and evolving social justice issues.
With over 15 years of diverse experience — including a dozen with HDR — González Tudor offers a wide range of expertise in transportation infrastructure program management and early project planning and design oversight from her work on major transport programs. Notable projects include community-focused development planning on Chicago’s south side, the Tucson streetcar and D.C. streetcar.
“There is plenty of need in the organizational resiliency space, with future pandemic proactive planning, weather-related infrastructure hardening, and in the sphere of social impact data-driven analysis and risk mitigation,” González Tudor said. “I know these are all challenges we can help our clients solve to protect community well-being in the short term and quality of life for many years to come.”
“Janet has shown herself to be untiring in her commitment to helping our clients and our industry adapt and succeed, even in challenging times,” said Transportation President Brent Felker. “Our clients around the world couldn’t ask for a better partner as they build stronger, more resilient organizations and communities.”