With more than 27 years of experience, Shogan has demonstrated the ability to lead teams across various levels, ensuring the successful delivery of complex infrastructure projects and bringing value to clients.
“Scott’s seasoned leadership and deep-rooted local experience make him an ideal fit for this leadership role,” said Chris Gale, PE, HNTB Great Lakes Division President and Senior Vice President. “He will provide critical leadership to an area within the firm that is experiencing significant growth. There has been tremendous momentum across Michigan, and opportunities continue to be very strong. I am looking forward to working with Scott and our outstanding team in Michigan, to further maximize HNTB’s position in the market.”
Shogan most recently served as the Midwest Transportation Market Leader for another consulting firm. He has extensive expertise within the transportation infrastructure industry including traffic engineering, planning, development, management, and emerging technologies.
As Office Leader, Shogan will be responsible for managing HNTB’s operations in Michigan, including overseeing project delivery, client relations, business development, and employee development. He will work closely with HNTB’s senior leadership team to ensure the company continues to provide infrastructure solutions to its clients.
“I am excited to join HNTB and lead the talented Michigan team,” Shogan said. “With Michigan’s rapid growth and development, I'm eager to collaborate with our clients in delivering forward-thinking and sustainable infrastructure solutions that will enrich the communities we are privileged to serve.”
Shogan will be based in the firm’s Detroit office. He is currently on the board of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan and COMTO Michigan. Shogan earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Michigan.
HNTB has worked on, or is currently involved with, infrastructure projects in Michigan including Revive 275, Gordie Howe International Bridge, US-24 Reconstruction, Innovate Mound, I-94 Modernization, I-375 Reconnecting Communities, I-696, and 8 Mile Road.