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  • HMB is excited about the opportunity to provide traffic consultant services for Frankfort and Franklin County! We look forward to working with city and county officials to assist them in improving traffic operations throughout the area.

  • The HMB team offers sincere condolences to the family of Kevin Villier. Mr. Villier worked with our team on the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project and he will be sorely missed.

  • HMB team members are gearing up for some healthy competition! Our annual cook-off is only weeks away and the HMB Golden Ladle Award is up for grabs! It's time to dust off those recipes.

  • Are you interested in the field of engineering? HMB offers scholarships for high school students in Franklin County and for college students at the University of Kentucky and Auburn University. Visit our website for details: http://www.hmbpe.com/careers/scholarships/

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  • Check out this Mountain Parkway "Year in Review" slideshow:

    2015 was an important year for the Mountain Parkway Expansion, and the project celebrated numerous milestones and made significant progress.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. added 3 new photos.

    Congratulations, Darrell Tracy, on your upcoming retirement! Darrell first started working at HMB as a 17 year-old. He left and came back to the company years later and has been a team member here for more than three decades! He will definitely be missed. HMB staff gathered today to wish him a wonderful -- and well deserved -- retirement.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared a link.

    A report from KPMG lists the Ohio River Bridges Project as a top global infrastructure project.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. added a new photo.

  • Congratulations to HMB's John Greenwell for receiving the Indiana Finance Authority's Quality Award for December for his work on the Louisville Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project! John was recognized for being a "consistent advocate for quality on this project."

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)'s post.

    "The U.S. Department of Transportation said the winning city will receive up to $40 million from the USDOT, with the funding subject to future appropriations, to help “implement bold, data-driven ideas by making transportation safer, easier and more reliable.” "In addition to the pledged federal dollars, Vulcan Inc. has said it will separately award up to $10 million to the Smart City Challenge winner."

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared a link.

    Redesign of Spaghetti Junction proved highly beneficial for waterfront officials

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. with Mark J Gavula.

    Mark Gavula, with HMB's Environmental Division, was out early one morning this week on Salt Lick Creek performing stream monitoring work. HMB did this stream reconstruction project in Bath County several years ago. Along with Redwing Ecological Services, our team annually samples vegetation plots, estimates bank erosion and monitors vegetative cover and planting success rates. The goal is to make sure that this newly reconstructed channel remains stable. (Special thanks to Nathan Bowman for the photo!)

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. at Menifee County.

    Check out this video of the East Fork of Indian Creek located in Kentucky's Daniel Boone National Forest.

    HMB was contracted for this project to utilize natural channel design techniques to stabilize the eroding banks, develop natural habitat structures, and restore the stream to a natural pattern.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. at Abraham Lincoln Bridge.

    On Saturday, several members of HMB's staff celebrated the opening of the Abraham Lincoln bridge in downtown Louisville. Once the John F. Kennedy interchange is reconstructed, the existing Kennedy bridge will provide six lanes of southbound I-65 traffic, while the new Abraham Lincoln bridge will provide six lanes of northbound I-65 traffic.

    The Ohio River Bridges project (which includes the Abraham Lincoln bridge, the Kennedy interchange reconstruction, and the East End Crossing), will be the largest transportation project ever constructed between Kentucky and Indiana upon completion.

    HMB is proud to have had the opportunity to work on this project since 1998, and we look forward to seeing the rest of it completed!

    (Pictured from left to right: Barry Sanders, Fred Meyer, John Sacksteder, Mitch Green, Karen Wood, Brad Meyer, and Steve Criswell)

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. added 12 new photos — at The Frankfort Country Club.

    Let the games begin! Check out these photos from our 2015 HMB Christmas Party:

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. added 5 new photos — at Menifee County.

    HMB worked on this stream restoration project, in an effort to help restore this beautiful creek to its former glory. East Fork Indian Creek is located in the Red River Gorge area in the Daniel Boone National Forest.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared Louisville Downtown Bridge's video.

    "Look what we accomplished!" This short video gives you a perspective on the men and women who built the bridge that you'll get to walk this Saturday. #WalkTheBridge (And drive on starting early Monday.) Take a moment to reflect on the work that made this beautiful new bridge a reality.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. with Bradley Meyer and Karen Wood at Abraham Lincoln Bridge.

    At the Ribbon Cutting for the Abraham Lincoln Bridge in downtown Louisville! #walkthebridge

  • Awwww...this new cutie is Bennett Allen Kerns. Bennett was born on November 13th to Will and Heather Kerns. He weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces and was 23 1/4 inches long. Bennett has one brother, Micah. Welcome Bennett!

  • Welcome to the world, Luke Bradford Johnson! Luke was born on November 23 to Brad and Laura Johnson. He weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 inches long. Luke has two siblings, Chase and Delaney. Congratulations!

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