Rahn’s former employer recommended for $69M state transportation contract

Company would oversee a $7.6 billion private-public project

A firm that once employed Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn is poised to win a nearly $69 million state contract after transportation officials waived their normal procurement procedures. A consortium led by HNTB, a Kansas City, Missouri-based company, has been recommended from among four proposals for a consulting contract with the state to oversee a proposed ...

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