Press Releases 08-30-2016
FORT WORTH, Texas – Halff Associates, Inc. (Halff), one of the nation’s leading engineering/architecture firms, is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Bob Riley for business development in the firm’s Fort Worth office. His goal is to help maintain and expand Halff’s client base in Fort Worth and its surrounding communities.
Mr. Riley joins Halff with nearly 40 years of public and private sector service in the fields of landscape architecture, public administration, governmental relations, and client services. For 28 years, he served with the City of Fort Worth in the Parks, Planning, and Development departments. As a lifetime resident of North Texas, he has experienced and participated in the exciting growth and development of the region.
Mr. Riley strongly believes in community participation through voluntary services. He has participated in numerous boards and organizations that address key local issues in our built and natural environment. He is currently a board member for the Trinity River Vision Authority, the TRVA Development Committee, Streams and Valleys, and several others.
Mr. Riley earned his Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture and Park Administration from Texas Tech University. He is a Registered Landscape Architect in the State of Texas.
About the Firm
Halff is a Texas-based, employee-owned, multi-disciplined professional services firm. For 66 years, Halff has provided innovative solutions for clients in Texas and throughout the United States, offering full-service planning, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, environmental, oil and gas, right of way, visualization, and surveying services. Halff has 16 offices in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. The firm is ranked #149 in Engineering News Record magazine’s list of the top 500 design firms in the US. For more information, visit www.halff.com
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