​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​VHB Expands Services in Georgia with Acquisition of McGee Partners, Inc.
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​ Careers at VHB ​​​​​​​

Engineers | Scientists​ | Planners | Designers

1,300 passionate professionals working together to deliver value to our clients and help shape our communities in a meaningful w​ay.​​​​​​



713Peter Smiar Joins Panel at VEC, VT DEC, and VTC Spring Conference
712VHB Expands Services in Georgia with Acquisition of McGee Partners, Inc.
711Check out the list of our awards and rankings.https://www.vhb.com/Pages/news-detail.aspx?newsid=106
708VHB Celebrates Major Milestone in Boston – GE Breaks Ground at Innovation Point in the Seaport District
707Connect with VHB at the 2017 WTS Conferencehttps://www.vhb.com/Pages/Trends/WTS-Conference-2017.aspx
706Tom Jackmin Named Senior Vice President and New England Regional Manager
705University of Florida Strategic Development Plan and MIT Chapel and Kresge Auditorium Modernization Project Receive SCUP Honor Awards
703Congratulations to Our New Principals and Associates!Get to know more about how these passionate professionals demonstrate VHB's core values.https://www.vhb.com/Pages/2017-Principals-Associates.aspx
702VHB Authors FHWA State of the Practice for Shoulder and Center Line Rumble Strip Implementation on Non-Freeway Facilities
701WTS-NC Triangle Chapter Names Taruna Tayal 2016 Member of the Year
699Cathedral Commons Recognized with 2017 ACEC Metropolitan Washington Engineering Excellence Award
698Daniel Winkelman Named ASCE Long Island Branch President
697Join VHB at the APA National Planning Conference
696Dave Mulholland Shares Insight on Smart Cities in ENR’s Top Design Firms: Markets Poised for Takeoff
6952017 ENR Top Design Firm Our team of talented, passionate professionals continues to grow to meet growing market demands, deliver value to clients and improve our communities. We’re proud to be included among the Top Design Firms in the U.S. by Engineering News-Record. http://www.enr.com/toplists/2017-Top-500-Design-Firms1
693Varina Area Library Receives 2017 AIA/ALA Library Building Award
691VHB Participating in APA Mobile Workshop on Roosevelt Island
689Boston Business Journal Highlights Mike CarragherVHB CEO Mike Carragher combines civic curiosity with civil engineering.http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/news/2017/04/07/vhb-ceo-mike-carragher-combines-civic-curiosity.html?b=1491485138%5E21013199
688Paul Eng-Wong Speaking at ICTPA Young Professionals Event
686VHB Ranked Fifth Best Place to Work in Vermont in Small/Medium Company Category
685VHB Picks Up Three ACEC-NH Engineering Excellence Awards Broad Street Parkway, Exeter Dam Removal, and Downtown Lebanon Vision Plan Honored with Awards
684Proud Sponsor of the George Wright Society Conference
682VHB Welcomes Cheryl Lowrance as National Practice Leader for Transportation Technology
680VHB Brings Home ACEC/MA Engineering Excellence Grand Conceptor Award for MassDOT Route 79/I-195 Interchange Design-Build Project$228M project, delivered ahead of schedule and under budget, improves infrastructure and supports economic development
677Elise Edwards Joins VHB’s Maine Team as Environmental Scientist
676VHB Relocates to Larger New York City Office at One Penn Plaza
675Greenough Boulevard Greenway Expansion Project in Watertown, MA, Receives Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure Envision AwardVHB’s innovative design improves environmental quality of the Charles River, while restoring a once underutilized riverfront park into a multi-functional greenway for the community.https://sustainableinfrastructure.org/envision/project-awards/greenough-greenway/
674VHB Ranked Third Largest Engineering Firms in Massachusetts
673VHB Jumps to #8 on the Orlando Business Journal's List of Top Engineering Firms in Central Florida
672VHB Named One of the Largest Engineering Firms in Raleigh-Durham Metropolitan Area
671Erik Urch Joins VHB as Senior Environmental Scientist in Vermont
668Manhattan’s Largest Rezoning Project in More than 10 Years Reaches Critical Milestone
667VHB Names Chief Development Officer and Chief Operating OfficerMike McArdle, CDO and Bill Ashworth, COO will work to further advance client relationships and operations as firm continues to grow.
666Mike McArdle and Natasha Velickovic Contribute to New ACEC P3|DB Book
665VHB Welcomes Wendy Holsberger as Transportation Systems Director in Albany
663Dave Fenstermacher Named New Hampshire Director of Land Development
662Central Florida Identified as a Leader in Transportation TechnologyVHB Partners with Agencies and Institutions to Advance Cutting Edge Solutions
661Virginia Business Magazine Names VHB a 2017 Best Place to Work in Virginia
660Managing a GIS Program with Built-In Business IntelligenceClaudia Paskauskas and Keith Smith share insight in ArcNews http://www.vhb.com/Documents/ArcNews%20Article_2017.pdf
658VHB Welcomes Joe Perri as Southeast Regional Transportation Technology/ITS Manager
657MassDOT’s New GoTime App Reaches More than 2,000 Downloads in First Week VHB with MassDOT Designed and Developed an App Providing Massachusetts Commuters with Real-time Travel Information
656Busch Gardens® Williamsburg and VHB Recognized with ACEC Virginia Engineering Excellence Award for the Busch Gardens Overflow Parking Expansion Project
655The City of Richmond and VHB Recognized with ACEC Virginia Engineering Excellence Award for the T. Tyler Potterfield Memorial Bridge
653Critical LIRR Expansion Moving Forward as DEIS is Released for Public Review
652VHB’s Pack is on the Move in RaleighProud to Call NC State’s Centennial Campus Home
648Dave Mulholland to Serve on OBJ Business of Transportation Panel
647VHB’s Christina Dube Receives New England ITE Emerging Professional Award
646Trending: Healthy Communitieshttps://www.vhb.com/Pages/Trends/Healthy-Communities.aspx
645The Davis Companies and VHB Ink 13-Year Lease to Keep VHB at 101 Walnut StreetThe Davis Companies shares press release announcing collaboration to reposition the vintage 1930s former soda fountain factory located in the heart of Watertown’s dynamic Arsenal Street Corridor.
643VHB Welcomes John Ellsworth as Chief Environmental Planner for Long Island