Harman Singh Dhodi

Senior Analyst

Harman works to make cities more equitable, accessible, and sustainable through urban infrastructure projects.

He combines his proficiency of data analytics and economic modelling with urban and real estate principles to promote sustainable infrastructure practices, economic viability, climate resiliency, and stakeholder capacity. At HR&A, Harman has supported clients with feasibility studies of infrastructure investments, identifying economic impacts from proposed infrastructure, performing geo-spatial analysis using GIS, conducting market demand for real estate by varied land use types, preparing implementation strategies, developing workforce plans, interviewing stakeholders, and recognizing equity-based challenges.

Harman has also worked on refining and adding to the firm’s methodologies, including the Infrastructure Funding Navigator (IFN), HR&A’s web platform that allows state and local governments, non-profit organizations, higher education institutions, transportation agencies, utilities, and service providers assess the potential eligibility and readiness of infrastructure projects seeking federal funding. He also synthesized the firm’s in-house approach towards digital equity mapping for the states of California, Texas, Nevada, Colorado, and Massachusetts which eventually informed their digital equity plans.