Regine C. Beauboeuf, PE

At-Large Member

Senior Vice President, Director, Infrastructure & Mobility Equity, HNTB
Location: Detroit, MI
Regine C. Beauboeuf, PE, is senior vice president and director of Infrastructure and mobility Equity at HNTB Corporation, an employee owned infrastructure solutions firm. Ms. Beauboeuf has 35 years of regional transportation and infrastructure experience specializing in the management of large, complex transportation projects. She has extensive experience on design build and public private partnership projects in the U.S. and Canada. She has managed and supervised the engineering program for the Detroit River International Crossing project (The Gordie Howe Bridge — $4.2 billion) for the localization of the new border crossing between the cities of Detroit and Windsor in Michigan, USA, and Ontario, Canada. Ms. Beauboeuf has served as the project manager for the Turcot Interchange Design/Build ($1.2 billion), the A-25 PublicPrivate-Partnership ($485 million) in Montreal, Quebec and the Innovate Mound Project in Macomb County where the County is looking to reconstruct and modernize nine (9) miles of Mound Road from I-696 to M-59 through the Cities of Warren and Sterling Heights. In her current role as director of Infrastructure and Mobility Equity, she is charged with providing technical expertise and leadership on HNTB’s ongoing efforts advancing equity through the organization’s existing work, enhancing our Partners Program, increase opportunities for historically underutilized businesses and collaboration with industry associations.

Prior to her experience in the private sector, Ms. Beauboeuf was the supervising engineer for the Project Development Section of the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). In that capacity, Ms. Beauboeuf was responsible for the development and delivery of all capacity improvements and new road projects for the State of Michigan and managed a delivery budget of $3 billion.

Regine is president of the Michigan Chapter of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) and co-chair of the COMTO Industry Awards committee; Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees for Michigan Women Forward; member of the Board of Trustees at Central Michigan University; member of the Leadership America Class of 2020; former Board Director of the Michigan Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Consultants (ACEC); former Commissioner of the East Lansing Transportation Commission; and was appointed by former Governor Jennifer Granholm to the Michigan Board of Licensed Surveyors and the Michigan Board of Professional Engineers of which she was the chair. In addition, Regine served on the Board of Directors for the Metropolitan Lansing YMCA, was president of the Magalie Joachim Foundation, Montreal, QC, and has been a member of the Links, Inc. since 2004. In June 2019, Regine participated in a trade mission to Israel sponsored by MEDC and the Michigan Israeli Business Association (MIBA) as a representative of the Transportation Industry for the State of Michigan. In May 2021, Regine was elected to the MIBA Board of Directors. MIBA seeks, through her addition to the Board, to accelerate and strengthen the exchange of mobility related technology between Israel and the State of Michigan.

Regine is fluent in French, English and Kreyol.

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