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Horodniceanu, a P.E., already serves as a professor within NYU’s Department of Urban and Civil Engineering. But the railroad and transit industry, which calls him “Dr. H,” knows him for his time as President of New York MTA Capital Construction, the subsidiary of the MTA that manages capital programs.
Among the big-ticket projects that took place under Horodniceanu’s domain were the $12 billion East Side Access project, the $4.5 billion Second Avenue Subway, the $2.4 billion Number 7 Line Extension, and the $1.4 billion Fulton Street Transit Center.
According to NYU, the Innovations Hub will “help construction leaders overcome vexing issues that often trigger cost overruns and schedule delays.” The Hub is described as an “industry-supported, membership-based entity.” The Hub is expected to:
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