HGA announced today that Tyson Hackenberg has joined the company as Vice President for Program Management in our Baton Rouge office. In this role, Tyson will be responsible for developing new business and supporting operations for both Disaster Recovery and our Owner’s Representative business. Tyson brings a broad range of experience to his new position at HGA, including growing and managing multi-million dollar portfolios of program management and disaster recovery business of multiple projects across the states and territories.
Tyson joins HGA with over 30 years of experience in consulting for government entities (federal, state, and local) in program management, construction management, energy efficiency, and environmental, with an emphasis on disaster response and recovery work. Throughout his career, Tyson has worked for Carter & Burgess (acquired by Jacobs), Shaw (acquired by CB&I and became APTIM), and Excel.
“Tyson’s addition to our Program Management team will greatly benefit our company on many different levels,” said Jack Hunt, Vice President. “His experience in driving business growth in an array of businesses and in building brand leadership around the coastal U. S. states and territories will be a tremendous asset to HGA. We are pleased that Tyson has agreed to join us and look forward to working with him in the years ahead.”
In the last 10 years, Tyson has worked for clients in Wisconsin, Colorado, Illinois, California, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, North Carolina, USVI, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana Islands. Tyson has technical expertise in housing recovery programs (FEMA and HUD), FEMA Public Assistance, public capital project administration, and environmental reviews.
Tyson earned a bachelor’s degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Tyson and his wife, Sarah, have lived in Baton Rouge for 20 years and have three children, Elizabeth, Cornelia, and Henry.