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Buro Happold's New York office expanded as Neil Porto joins as Principal

Civil engineer Neil Porto, PE, has joined the New York office of engineering giant Buro Happold from his previous post at HDR|Daniel Frankfurt. With a long history of work on transportation, highway, bridge, and waterfront engineering schemes of great complexity, Porto will take the position of Principal at Buro Happold working on projects including the third section of the High Line, St. Petersburg Pier in Florida and the Navy Pier in Chicago.

Craig Schwitter, PE, Managing Director of Buro Happold’s North American region, commented: “Our New York office has a strong reputation for building services and we’re delighted to welcome Neil Porto, whose experience complements and rounds out our team. Buro Happold is positioned to do work of all scales, from buildings to infrastructure to cities. Neil understands the importance of the big picture as well as the details of large, complex projects. His vision fits perfectly with our approach.”

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