Chanchai Hocharoen, PE Returns to GAI Consultants

Chanchai HocharoenFort Wayne, IN—GAI Consultants, Inc. (GAI) today announced that Chanchai Hocharoen, PE has rejoined the firm’s growing Midwest Transportation Group as Engineering Manager in the firm’s Fort Wayne office. Mr. Hocharoen has over 35 years of experience serving the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and local public agency (LPA), municipal, and private sector clients on various transportation projects.

Highlights/Key Facts

  • GAI is undergoing exciting growth and is actively seeking skilled individuals to work on challenging initiatives from the firm’s new, branded office locations in Fort Wayne, downtown Indianapolis, Fishers, and Vevay.
  • Chanchai first joined GAI (formerly Bonar Group) in 1981, serving as a Senior Project Manager in the firm’s Fort Wayne office.
  • Versed in all phases of INDOT and LPA transportation project development, Chanchai specializes in engineering design and plan development for highways, roads, interchange modifications, intersection improvements, rest area modernization, roundabouts, small structure replacement, storm drainage, trailways, bike lanes, and ADA facilities.
  • He is a Registered Professional Engineer and holds INDOT National Environmental Policy Act and Right-of-Way Plan Development certifications.
  • Chanchai holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne.
  • Connect with Chanchai on LinkedIn.


“GAI is continuing to invest in the Fort Wayne area, first with a relocated and expanded office space, and now through key hires like Chanchai. We are thrilled to welcome him back to GAI, recognizing that his extensive background, technical knowledge, and project management experience is an asset to both our growing team and to our clients across the state.”

Scott Hornsby, PE, Assistant Vice President, GAI Consultants

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