The Augusta Regional Sewer Authority (ARSA) selected HMB to design a new treatment plant, force mains, and pump stations to serve Augusta, Brooksville, and portions of Bracken County. Augusta and Brooksville both have existing wastewater treatment plants that have far exceeded their useful service life. Rather than each community building a new treatment plant, the regional approach was taken, and a single treatment plant will be built to serve both cities. This new treatment plant will serve approximately 960 customers and have a capacity of 690,000 gallons per day. This project includes construction of four (4) sewer pump stations and 52,000 linear feet of force mains that will convey the wastewater to the new treatment plant. The total project cost is estimated to be $12,450,000.
The City of Murray has selected HMB to design replacement trunk sewer lines in five (5) areas within the City’s sewer system. This project involves replacing trunk sewer lines that vary in size from 8” to 24”. Also, there are several brick manholes, and damaged concrete manholes within the project area that will be replaced. In addition to designing these sewer replacements, the design will investigate the need to upsize any of these trunk sewer lines.
HMB Professional Engineers is pleased to have been chosen by the Alabama Department of Transportation to provide statewide surveying services for the Alabama West-Central Region. This is the first time HMB has been selected to provide this service and our team looks forward to working on this project!
HMB was selected today by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to provide preliminary engineering and environmental services for the reconstruction of KY 30 from US 421 in Jackson County to KY 847 in Owsley County. This section of KY 30 is part of the I-75 to Mountain Parkway corridor that runs from I-75 in London to the Mountain Parkway in Pine Ridge and will complete the corridor improvements in Jackson and Owsley counties. This project is not only important to the community, as it will provide a safe and more efficient corridor, thus enhancing the economic opportunities in the region, but also for HMB, as we have worked on multiple sections of this corridor already.
[bscolumns class="one_half"] HMB was selected by the Bracken County Water District to provide planning, design, construction and other required engineering for the KY 1159 Water Line Replacement Project. HMB has completed 9 projects for the Bracken County Water District over the past 15 years and is excited to continue to work with them. Congratulations to the Water & Wastewater Division on another big win! [/bscolumns] [bscolumns class="one_half_last"] [/bscolumns]
[bscolumns class="one_half"] Bullock Pen Water District and the Grant County Sanitary Sewer District selected HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. to provide engineering services and act as the District's General Engineering Consultant with respect of the District operations. The Bullock Pen Water District provides water treatment and distribution to approximately 25,000 customers in and around Grant County, KY. The Grant County Sanitary Sewer District provides sanitary sewer collection and treatment for approximately 5,100 customers in and around Crittenden, KY. Congratulations to the Water and Wastewater Division for this big win. Bullock Pen Water District and Grant County Sanitary Sewer District are new clients for HMB and we are extremely excited to have the opportunity to work with them. [/bscolumns] [bscolumns class="one_half_last"] [/bscolumns]
Congratulations to HMB's Water & Wastewater Division for being selected by the City of New Haven to provide engineering services for this Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project. The project will include the repair, replacement and upgrade of approximately 3,300 linear feet of sewer collection lines and mains in three problem areas. HMB will provide the following services on this project: Examine integrity and provide review and analysis of needed improvements in sewer collection system Design and prepare plans, specifications and bid documents necessary for the award of a construction contract in accordance with applicable funding requirements and assist in the evaluation and recommendation of bids Provide all resident observation and field construction inspection and insure all necessary permits required for construction and for use of the facilities are obtained. HMB has…
Paducah City Commission Meeting Highlights June 11, 2014 By Pam Spencer Representatives of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Canadian National Railroad, and HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. attended the City Commission meeting to discuss the Pines Road and North 34th Street project. That intersection, which includes a railroad crossing, has been identified as one of the eight most dangerous railroad crossings in Kentucky. Wes Mattingly with HMB says, “The purpose of this project is to improve safety.” Currently there is a railroad signal at the crossing. Mattingly adds, “Even though there is a light, it doesn’t stop people from crossing.” One option to improve safety, considered but not recommended, involved installing crossing gates on Pines Road and on North 34th Street. However, due to the configuration of the intersection, the gates on…
HMB was selected by the City of Flemingsburg for the Flemingsburg Bypass Water and Sewer Line project. HMB will provide planning, design, construction, and other required engineering services for the design and construction of this project. The project consists of approximately 14,000 feet of 8-inch water line to serve future development on the new bypass and approximately 1,000 feet of 8-inch gravity sewer and 17,000 feet of 6-inch and 4-inch sewer force main. HMB has been working in the Fleming County area for the past 25 years and is excited to continue to on this project.
HMB was selected by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for the Statewide Pavement Rehabilitation contract. Under this contract, HMB will develop plans and/ or construction documents for pavement rehabilitation projects on selected interstate, parkway, national highway system, and other arterial routes. Rehabilitation of pavement on selected routes are needed to improve structural and functional capacity. HMB has been selected for this contract the 3 previous times and are honored to be able to continue working on these important projects.
HMB's Right of Way Division was selected by the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) to provide On-Call Right of Way & Easement Acquisition Services. HMB has done several Right of Way projects for LFUCG, such as the Todds Road Widening Project and the Woodhill Trunk Sewer Project, and we look forward to continue working with them.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) selected HMB as one of six firms for the Statewide Structural Design contract. KYTC selects six different consultants for two regions and HMB was selected in both regions. During this two year contract, KYTC will assign right of way projects to HMB on an "on-call" basis. This means that if the KYTC has a new project and are not able to complete it in-house due to scheduling or capacity reasons, they will assign it to one of the six consultants selected for that region. This type of contract requires strong communication between the consultant and KYTC. HMB has provided "on-call" services for KYTC in numerous capacities and this is our second consecutive time being selected for the Statewide Right of Way Services contract.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) selected HMB as one of three firms for the Statewide Structural Design contract. During this two year contract, KYTC will assign structure design projects to HMB on an "on-call" basis. This means that if the KYTC has a new project and are not able to complete it in-house due to scheduling or capacity reasons, they will assign it to one of the three consultants selected. This type of contract requires strong communication between the consultant and KYTC. HMB has provided "on-call" services for KYTC in numerous capacities and this is our second consecutive time being selected for the Statewide Structural Design contract.
HMB was selected by the Western Lewis Rectorville Water & Gas District to provide engineering services for approximately 12,000 feet of new 3" and 4" water line extensions, the rehabilitation (recoating interior and exterior of the tank) and repainting of the Flat Gap Tank, including installation of anew mixing system and site improvements, refurbishment of Well #3 and the installation of approximately 500 new radio read meters. HMB has worked with the Western Lewis Rectorville Water & Gas District on numerous projects and looks forward to continue working with them on this project.
On Monday, March 24th, HMB was selected by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for the Statewide Environmental Studies contract. Under this two year contract, HMB will provide environmental studies, document preparation and laboratory services on a statewide basis for both six-year highway plan and non six-year highway plan projects. Services HMB may perform include: Air Quality Analysis Highway Noise Analysis Socioeconomic Impact Analysis Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis Terrestrial Ecosystem Analysis Wetland Delineation Wetland Design/ Restoration and Monitoring Stream Classification Stream Restoration/ Mitigation and Monitoring Section 401/ 404 Permitting Underground Storage Tank and Hazardous Material Investigations Historic/ Archaeological Resource Investigations NEPA Documentation Environmental Assessments/ FONSI Environmental Impact Statements Categorical Exclusions
On Monday, March 24th, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet selected Qk4, Inc. as the General Engineering Consultant for the Mountain Parkway widening and extension project. HMB, along with Stantec, will be apart of Qk4's team for this historic project.The following article details the project and the impact it will have on Eastern Kentucky: Beshear proposes $753 million plan to extend and widen Mountain Parkway BY JOHN CHEVES; firstname.lastname@example.org January 15, 2014 FRANKFORT — Gov. Steve Beshear wants to commit $753 million over the next six years to widen the Mountain Parkway, the transportation backbone of Eastern Kentucky, to four lanes from Campton to Prestonsburg. "It is a long-overdue project for which leaders in Eastern Kentucky have long advocated, to strengthen the region's ability to attract jobs and visitors," Beshear said Wednesday at…