McFarland Johnson has added two new employees to its Binghamton office.
RICHARD TARNTINO, JR. joins the firm in the newly created position of digital design lead - transportation, where he will provide leadership and direction for MJ’s Digital Design Environment, including CADD platforms, BIM initiatives, Bluebeam development, and other related technology solutions. Tarntino has more than 35 years of industry experience, including management and administration of Bentley Systems CADD technology platforms and configuration environments.
URIAH HUNT joins McFarland Johnson as a junior airport planner. He graduated from Binghamton University with his master’s degree in geography and concentration in urban and regional planning in December 2019. Hunt’s undergraduate degree was also in geography from Binghamton, with a concentration in computer applications in human-environmental analysis. He joins the firm from the City of Binghamton, where he worked as the program coordinator for the Planning, Housing, and Community Development Department.