OMAHA, Neb. — HDR has promoted two experienced planning and design professionals to help lead its holistic transportation services. HDR’s Matt Selhorst, AICP, has accepted a new role as the Ohio Transportation Leader, and HDR’s Jake Stremmel will now serve as the Ohio Transportation Business Development Leader.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, Selhorst will partner with transportation teams throughout the state to provide its clients with solutions to their toughest challenges. He will coordinate staff and resources, oversee key projects, and deepen client relationships across the transportation market in the area to offer full life cycle services that meet the mobility needs of Ohio communities.
“I have always had a great desire to see improvements to Ohio’s transportation network whether it is new highways, bridges, transit or airports,” said Selhorst. “With my desire as well as my experience working statewide with multiple disciplines, I can bring additional advice to our clients to help them achieve their transportation goals.”
Collaborating with Selhorst and other HDR transportation experts in Ohio, Stremmel will further develop the transportation practice in the region. He will lead transportation business development activities, monitor market trends and build stronger relationships with clients from all markets.
“I look forward to connecting the innovative engineers and designers at HDR with our clients as the market changes and new technologies emerge in the transportation industry,” Stremmel said. “I am confident that HDR’s diverse staff have the tools and ideas to meet the challenges our clients’ are facing today.”
HDR has a strong ongoing line of innovative work in Ohio, including helping develop the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Strategic Plan, serving as the independent quality firm for the Southern Ohio Veterans Memorial Highway and leading the design of the award-winning Interstate-71/MLK Interchange project.
“Ohio is an exciting market and presents many opportunities for growth in the transportation market across all modes,” said East Region Transportation Director Eli Khoury. “Matt and Jake will partner with our teams to advise our clients and make sure they have the right resources to help them connect their communities through innovative mobility solutions.”
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 11,000 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.