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  • 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

  • Congratulations to HMB's Nasby Stroop, PE, for winning the Indiana Finance Authority's East End Crossing Safety Award this month. Nasby received the award for pointing out a safety issue with a temporary traffic barrier in Section 4 of the project. He noticed that construction material had been stored up against a temporary concrete barrier wall, which could have caused injury had the wall been hit by a motorist. According to the award certificate, "This simple reminder about the ability of the barrier wall to shift may have avoided some serious injuries.” Congratulations, Nasby, for making safety a top priority!

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    The Mountain Parkway Expansion is a transformational transportation project that will better connect Eastern Kentucky with the rest of Kentucky.

  • 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 this week. Welcome Andrew!

  • Some of these bridges are considered engineering marvels, although they've either fallen into disrepair or -- in some cases -- were never actually used.

    These 20 engineering marvels are now 'bridges to nowhere.'

  • HMB offers a warm welcome to 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 technical intern at CHA Consulting in Indianapolis. Welcome, Abigail; we’re so happy that you decided to join the HMB team!

  • HMB provided the roadway and bridge design for this project. KYTC describes the construction that is now underway:

    SHELBY COUNTY - The concrete deck pour is underway today on KY 1848 in Simpsonville. This new bridge is part of the widening project for KY 1848 between I-64 and US 60. Once this bridge is completed and the new lanes paved, traffic will be switched to the new bridge. The old bridge will be demolished and another bridge will be constructed adjacent to the new one. The end result will be a five lane roadway, two driving lanes in each direction and a center turn lane.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. added 8 new photos.

    It's Throwback Thursday! Take a look at these photos from HMB's downtown Frankfort street improvements project. This project was undertaken to improve traffic flow to the new Kentucky Transportation Cabinet building.

  • What are your colleagues thinking about? NSPE surveyed them to find out:

    NSPE’s 2015 Engineering Outlook survey gave PEs, EIs, and students the opportunity to share their views on licensure, ethics, education, diversity, and other topics. Read more.

  • Bicyclists and pedestrians may be going underground in London. Check out this story about innovative uses for old subway tunnels:

    Project would repurpose unused subway tunnels into bicycle and pedestrian paths to ease congestion and improve connectivity.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared a link.

    The Mountain Parkway Expansion is a transformational transportation project that will better connect Eastern Kentucky with the rest of Kentucky.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's photo.

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  • HMB Professional Engineers is thrilled to have been chosen today to provide statewide right of way services once again for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet in regions 1 and 2!

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

    Some of the first concrete for the Mountain Parkway Expansion has been poured, and early construction work on the Gifford Road interchange has begun.

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