A retired partner of Hardesty & Hanover, LLP, Bernard Haber, PE, has been awarded a Life Membership to the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA). According to ARTBA's By-Laws, a Life Membership is awarded to "those individuals who performed extraordinary, distinguished and outstanding service in the cause of transportation development." This is one of ARTBA's highest honors.
Prior to Haber's retirement in 2001, he was the managing partner at Hardesty & Hanover, having worked for the firm for 48 years, 29 of which as a partner. Some of his major design projects included the Cross Bronx and portions of the Long Island Expressways, the Henry Hudson Parkway reconstruction and portions of Interstate 80 in New Jersey.
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