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  • Congratulations to HMB's Brandon Baxter! Brandon has been chosen to participate in the Leadership P.E. Program, a competitive program designed to encourage, strengthen and build the professional careers and the civic involvement of entry- and mid- to upper-level engineers. As part of this group, Brandon will participate in eight specially designed leadership experiences over an eight-month period. Way to go, Brandon!

  • Here's a great photo of our HMB team, thanks to some help from John Wood and a drone!

  • HMB is happy to welcome Parrish Strickland to our team. Parrish joined HMB on Monday; he's a senior environmental planner with 22 years of experience in environmental compliance, transportation, construction, environmental consulting and natural resource management. He holds a law degree from Jones School of Law and a bachelor's degree in environmental resource management and planning from the University of West Florida. Parrish will serve as Environmental Division Manager in Alabama. He lives in Montgomery, AL, with his 15 year-old daughter, Gracie, and his six year-old son, Owen. Welcome, Parrish!

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. added 14 new photos to the album: HMB Summer Picnic 2015 — at Juniper Hill Aquatic Center.

    This year's HMB Summer Picnic was held at the Juniper Hill Aquatic Center. After lunch and a three-legged race, people headed over to the pool to cool down.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared Kentucky.com's post.

    View a gallery of the Old Frankfort Pike/New Circle Road overpass demolition. http://www.kentucky.com/2015/07/21/3954215/frankfort-pike-demolition.html

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared a link.

    A portion of the Legacy Trail was paved Thursday. The section along Coolivan Park and Coolivan Apartments will eventually connect the trialhead at the Northside YMCA with protected bike lanes. Photos by Pablo Alcala | Staff

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared Mountain Parkway Expansion's post.

    #TBT Who remembers the old toll plazas on the Mountain Parkway? Thanks to Scott Juniper for sharing these photos with us!

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. in Frankfort, Kentucky

    The City of Frankfort Sewer Department held an open house today at its wet weather detention facility. For more details about this facility, visit: http://www.hmbpe.com/projects/frankfort-sewer-department-wet-weather-detention-facilities-franklin-county-ky/


  • HMB is thrilled to welcome Bradford C. Johnson to our team as our new Director of Traffic and Planning. Brad has a tremendous amount of experience in traffic engineering, forecasting and transportation planning studies. He spent 16 years with CDM Smith, most recently as a senior project manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Kentucky. Brad currently serves as director of the Kentucky section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He and his wife, Laura, live in Lexington. The couple has two children.

    “We’re really excited to have Brad on board and the expertise that he brings in transportation planning and traffic studies,” said Rob Dowler, HMB Principal in Charge.

    Welcome, Brad! We’re glad you’ve chosen to join the HMB team.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared a link.

    Read more about 30 exceptional projects now underway in Economic Powerhouses that were selected by our panel of experts for their scale, feasibility, complexity, innovation and impact on society.

  • For a little Friday fun, browse the ASCE Foundation's Pinterest board:

    This official account of The American Society of Civil Engineers Foundation. Join us in advancing the civil engineering profession through philanthropy.

  • Take a look at this story in the July issue of the Engineering News-Record about the Ohio River Bridges Project. HMB is one of three firms comprising Community Transportation Solutions (CTS), the team selected by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) to oversee the first major phase of the Louisville - Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges project:

    Ohio River Bridges: Two States, Two Models, Two New Crossings

  • Check out this interesting story on women in the engineering field:

    Civil engineering has proved increasingly attractive for women, despite a low level of women in engineering as a whole. Evelyn Adams looks at why this might be.

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

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. added 4 new photos.

    This sweet little HMB speedster took second place at the American Council of Engineering Companies' recent summer meeting in Georgia. HMB's Brian Hynniman attended the meeting and created the car from a kit provided by ACEC. Participants could use only limited tools to create their cars.

  • The annual HMB golf outing is underway!

  • HMB's Rob Dowler, PE, (third from left) recently participated in Governor Steve Beshear's ribbon-cutting ceremony for the East Nicholasville Bypass project. HMB, along with our colleagues at HDR, Inc., designed the project. Read more about it here: http://www.kentucky.com/2015/06/22/3912957_east-nicholasville-bypass-design.html?rh=1


  • Welcome to the world, Miss Claire Elizabeth! Claire was born on Wednesday, June 17, to Dustin & Kelly Burris. She's 20" long and weighs 7 lbs., 5 oz. Congratulations, Dustin & Kelly!

  • Read all about it! HMB provided design and right of way services on this project:

    Initial plans for the long-awaited East Nicholasville bypass project were announced Monday, with the goal of making some Nicholasville residents' commute shorter. The $123-million project will be constructed in three sections and will span 7.4 miles. Once finished, a four-lane route will complete th…

  • Why Can't We Move?? Check out this interesting piece on the nation's challenges in improving its infrastructure.

    Rosabeth Moss Kanter on solving America’s infrastructure problems

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