Colin Lawrence, Hatch Mott MacDonald’s practice leader for tunnels, has been elected to The Moles heavy construction fraternal organization.
Founded in 1926, “The Moles is among the most prestigious organizations of its kind,” says Nicholas DeNichilo, president and CEO of engineering giant Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM). “We congratulate Colin on having achieved a major milestone in his career, and we thank him for his contribution to Hatch Mott MacDonald.”
According to The Moles organization, “Moles members are leaders in their profession who are dedicated to promoting the industry and supporting their colleagues through outreach programs and networking opportunities.”
Colin is a senior vice president of HMM with more than 34 years of specialized experience in the tunneling industry. He has been involved in technically challenging tunnel projects including the Channel Tunnel between England and France, the Storebaelt Tunnel in Denmark, and New York’s East Side Access project.
Hatch Mott MacDonald is an award-winning full-service engineering firm that operates in North America. With roots that date back more than 100 years, the firm has earned a reputation for technical excellence, innovation and client responsiveness. The company has a track record of accomplishments in transportation, water, pipelines, environment and infrastructure. HMM has 2,700 staff and 76 offices throughout North America.