We are dedicated to providing the best design and implementation of both small and large-scale projects. We are equipped with the expertise, skills, and advanced tools to meet your engineering needs. We plan to work with you through every step of your project to deliver the quality solution your community deserves.
Check out this galley of "25 of mankind's greatest engineering achievements." Pretty cool to see structures as old as the Great Pyramids still on the list.http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/04/travel/engineering-feats
Big, bold and beautiful -- the bridges, skyscrapers and other impressive projects that showcase human achievement over the years.
Construction is moving along on the Louisville Downtown Bridge project. Check out this article on the progress of the new I-65 South corridor.http://kyinbridges.com/new-i-65-south-alignment-is-taking-shape/
Dec. 2, 2013 -- The new, wider I-65 South corridor is taking shape in downtown Louisville as work continues on the Downtown Crossing portion of the Ohio River
If you haven't had a chance to check out our recently updated website, please do so! You can find information on job openings, services we provide and projects we have done. Go check it out!http://www.hmbpe.com/
HMB well be attending Career Night, presented by ASCE at Auburn University, tomorrow night from 4:00 - 8:00 pm at the Auburn Hotel & Conference Room in Auburn, AL. Stop by and see us!
We had our first snow fall here in Frankfort last night. It wasn't much, but its a good sign that winter is coming!
HMB would like to honor all those who have served our country. Thank you and Happy Veterans Day!!!
Mark Gavula joined HMB's Environmental and Remediation Divisions this week. Mark started with us as a summer intern and we are happy to welcome him to the team as a full time employee!!
Approximately 80 people attended a public meeting to discuss a planning study for possible improvements to KY 30 between Jackson and Booneville in Breathitt and Owsley counties on Thursday, Nov. 7. The meeting was conducted by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways District 10.
A planning study for possible improvements to KY 30 between Booneville and Jackson in Owsley and Breathitt counties is complete, and a public meeting to discuss the results of that study is scheduled for this evening. It begins at 5 p.m. and lasts until 7 p.m. at Highland-Turner Elementary School on KY 30 in Breathitt County. The meeting will be an informal gathering where attendees can view exhibits and ask questions about the study. All are invited to attend.