National Architecture/Engineering Firm Hires Fineman PR to Ramp Up Bay Area Communications

SAN FRANCISCO – Fineman PR, recognized nationwide for its successful Brand PR campaigns and crisis communications success, today announced HNTB as the latest addition to its client roster. HNTB Corporation, an employee-owned architecture, engineering, planning and construction management firm, selected Fineman PR to enhance its business-to-business (B2B) communications in Northern California.

With offices in Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose, HNTB has a long history in Northern California, serving both public and private owners and construction contractors. Northern California represents a strategic area of importance for the company, which has worked on a number of high profile infrastructure projects, including the design of the San Francisco 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium, the Devil’s Slide Tunnel in San Mateo and San Francisco’s Presidio Parkway (Doyle Drive).

“HNTB is playing a significant role in improving the quality of life for Bay Area residents and visitors alike,” said Agency President Michael Fineman. “HNTB is already a national thought leader, and our Brand PR approach will help connect business, government and community leaders to the HNTB brand and its long and impressive story in Northern California.”

For nearly a century, HNTB professionals have provided extensive infrastructure-related services, such as planning, design, program delivery and construction management.

About Fineman PR

Fineman PR is an award-winning, full service public relations agency specializing in Brand PR and crisis communications. The agency has worked in a variety of industries including food and beverage, construction, consumer package goods, healthcare and higher education. The agency is also known for its “Annual Top 10 PR Blunders List,” previously featured in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and Time Magazine, among many others. Fineman PR is a member of IPREX, a global network of communication agencies. The agency reaches diverse audiences with its rapidly-growing multicultural division, Mosaico (, helping to facilitate ethnic community communications and culturally relevant events for general market clients. For more information, visit