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Our bridge experts were featured in the media multiple times this past year! These presentations and stories are part of our ongoing commitment to sharing technical knowledge and acknowledging the dedication our clients have to maintaining their infrastructure. For a recap on everything bridges and leadership, check out these articles, podcasts, and videos!

New Hampshire Chronicle: For the Love of Covered BridgesSean James with a bridge in the background. Text overlay says "Catch Sean James, PE on NH Chronicle Tonight at 7 pm!"

In February, Senior Vice President and Division Manager of Ground Transportation Services Sean James, PE was featured on local television! In this clip, he talks about the differences between engineering for traditional bridges and historic structures.



Podcast cover for Covered Bridges of NH podcast.

Covered Bridges of New Hampshire podcast

We had two structural engineers featured on the podcast this year! Sean James was featured as he discussed the Bath Bridge Rehabilitation. Additionally, Vice President and Senior Structural Engineer Josif Bicja, PE discussed the Bement Bridge Rehabilitation alongside the Town Administrator for Bradford, New Hampshire, Karen Hambleton.


ASCE Plot Points Podcast: Finding Your Path to Civil Engineering Leadership ASCE podcast cover art

Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President Matthew Low, PE started his career as a bridge design engineer. Now, he helps run the day-to-day operations at the firm. In August 2023, Matt and podcast host Ben Walpole discuss how Matt came to be a respected leader of the firm.



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National Award

Our Peterborough Main Street bridge project has been making headlines – winning local and national awards. Hoyle Tanner led the design and construction inspection for this signature project and showcased how a careful and detailed approach to design and construction can create a new and enduring infrastructure that can pay tribute to lost historical elements and complement those that remain.


Hoyle Tanner is a multi-disciplined civil engineering firm with decades of successful projects behind us. We have a blog that’s updated regularly with news and educational content for all of our disciplines; follow us on our FacebookLinkedIn, and Twitter feeds for continued updates!