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 […]
Congratulations, Nasby, for making safety a top priority!
Welcome to Andrew Hildesheim, HMB’s newest team member! Andrew is an EIT who graduated in 2014 from the University of Louisville’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering. He spent the last year working with GEM Engineering and just joined HMB’s Highway Division in New Albany, Indiana this week. Welcome Andrew!
HMB is happy to welcome our newest team member, Abigail Browder, EIT. Abigail began work today in HMB’s Structures Division. A native of Evansville, IN, she holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with a minor in engineering management and math from the University of Evansville. Her most recent work experience was as an aviation […]
Welcome Stephen! HMB offers a warm welcome to Stephen J. McFarland, our newest employee in the Survey Division. Stephen is an engineer in training, having recently graduated from the University of Louisville with a master’s degree in civil engineering and a focus on water resources and transportation. Stephen is a native of Louisville and recently […]
HMB was presented on Tuesday with a National Recognition Award for its project, “Rising Above the Flood,” a bridge replacement project in Falmouth, Ky. The award was presented by the American Council of Engineering Companies during its annual awards gala in Washington, D.C. For almost 85 years, one of the main gateways into the City […]
HMB is happy to welcome Matt Sipes back to our company. Matt recently rejoined HMB as an engineer in our highway division. He first worked at HMB as an intern when he was in college at the University of Kentucky, then for three more years following his graduation. He and his wife, Rebekah, recently returned to Kentucky from […]
HMB looks forward to working with the Indiana Department of Transportation on its small structure replacement projects in the Seymour District. Congratulations to our Indiana team!
HMB offers a warm welcome to our newest employee, Cherokee Willoughby. Cherokee is a recent graduate of the University of Kentucky and holds a degree in civil engineering. Cherokee will serve as an engineer-in-training for HMB. Welcome Cherokee; we’re thrilled to have you on board!
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 (KYTC) to provide Right of Way acquisition and relocation services on US 60 in Livingston County, KY. The project includes 53 parcels for acquisition and approximately 10 parcels for relocation.
Brett Rice joined HMB’s Highway Division in September as an Engineer In Training. Brett, a recent graduate from Western Kentucky University with a bachelors degree in civil engineering, was also an intern for us during the summer. He is located in HMB’s Madisonville, KY branch office. Welcome to the team Brett!
Will Kerns is celebrating 1 year with HMB this month. Will serves as a Right of Way Agent in HMB’s Right of Way Division. Will completes acquisitions of properties needed for various types of projects and also assists people and businesses in relocating when necessary. In honor of Will’s anniversary, we asked him a few questions: What made you […]
http://ncees.org/about-ncees/news/ncees-approves-revised-approach-education-initiative/ NCEES approves revised approach to education initiative August 25, 2014 The U.S. engineering and surveying licensing boards that make up NCEES have voted to modify the approach to requiring additional education for initial engineering licensure by removing specific language in the NCEES Model Law and Model Rules, originally intended to be effective in 2020. […]
Randall Thomas is celebrating 3 years with HMB this month. Randall serves as a Project Manager in HMB’s Highway Environmental Division. Randall is also a licensed Professional Geologist. In honor of Randall’s anniversary, we asked him a few questions: What made you get into geology? I chose Geology because of my love for it. I […]
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 following article, written by HMB’s John Sacksteder, was the feature in the August issue of Roads & Bridges Magazine. Busy downtown Bridge work escalates at Louisville, Ky., jobsite ROAD DESIGN ARTICLE BY JOHN SACKSTEDER, P.E. AUGUST 05, 2014 Access into Louisville, Ky., from Indiana has long been limited to two interstate bridges and one local-access […]
July 28, 2014 Crew busy strengthening New Albany’s line of flood defense The New Albany Flood Control District approved a $2.1 million plan last October to upgrade all six pumping plants By DANIEL SUDDEATH – firstname.lastname@example.org The News and Tribune Mon Jul 28, 2014, 06:57 PM EDT NEW ALBANY — The Ohio River hasn’t spilled over […]
Greg Boleyn is celebrating 32 years with HMB this month. Greg serves as the Division Manager for HMB’s Montgomery, AL branch office. Throughout his career, Greg has worked in several offices for HMB, including Frankfort, KY, Charleston, WV and Montgomery, AL. Greg is also the son of one of HMB’s founders, Phillip Boleyn. In honor of […]
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 […]
HMB is excited to welcome Jon Patrick Michael as a Graduate Engineer in the Nashville, TN office. Jon recently graduated from Tennessee State University with a Bachelors in Civil Engineering. Jon has coursework experience in reinforced concrete design, wastewater engineering, hydrology, soils and foundation engineering, highway engineering, transportation engineering, environmental engineering and hydraulic engineering. Welcome […]
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 […]