OMAHA, Neb. — Aviation development professional Jose Enriquez, P.E., joined HDR in October as the Texas aviation lead and a vice president. Based in Houston, he will use his extensive knowledge and experience to work directly with clients and provide leadership across the state.

Enriquez has more than two decades of experience in transportation, specializing in aviation, program management and alternative delivery. His work includes leading program management services for a $2 billion capital improvement plan at Houston Airport System and as program manager of a 7-mile stretch of light rail, an $866 million project. He has worked on projects at airports across the state, including Dallas/Fort Worth International, George Bush Intercontinental, Hobby Airport, the Houston Spaceport and more.

“I value personal accountability, stakeholder inclusion and attention to details,” Enriquez said. “I enjoy charting out a path for the client which allows my entire team to successfully complete a project while also being inclusive of internal and external stakeholders.”

He will serve as a senior project manager for aviation projects in Texas, responsible for program development and overseeing HDR’s aviation work in the state.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jose to our team,” said Aviation Director Bill Peduzzi. “His understanding of both the Texas market and aviation development will be an asset for our clients as we work together to realize their aviation infrastructure goals.”

HDR provides aviation-related services for nearly every project type, from the earliest site selection and planning stages through design and construction management. Our teams are leading engineering for the transformative Terminal Modernization Program at Pittsburgh International, and for LAX’s $1.95 billion P3 project to build a 2.25 mile automated people mover train and five transit stations. We led civil design for Fort Lauderdale’s new Terminal 1 and Concourse A, and provided multi-disciplinary design and construction management of airfield safety enhancements at Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Kentucky.

With more than six decades in the aviation industry, HDR has served airports across the globe, including 23 of the 25 largest commercial U.S. airports. The firm’s practice continues to grow through a combination of top-tier technical expertise with broad and deep skill sets, client-focused commitment and a dedication to high quality work.

About HDR

For over a century, HDR has partnered with clients to shape communities and push the boundaries of what’s possible. Our expertise spans more than 10,000 employees in more than 200 locations around the world — and counting. Our engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services bring an impressive breadth of knowledge to every project. Our optimistic approach to finding innovative solutions defined our past and drives our future. For more information, please visit www.hdrinc.com.

Comments