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We would like to welcome Lisa Cleveland to the HMB family as our new Marketing Coordinator!
We would like to welcome Lisa Cleveland to the HMB family! Lisa has a background is in marketing and communications and will serve as HMB's Marketing Coordinator. Lisa has an MBA from Midway College and a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University…
We are ready for Christmas here at the office! How about you?
Those piers are getting pretty tall!
Updated construction shots:
We would like to welcome Tiffany Turner to the HMB family. Tiffany is an Accountant who is currently finishing up her MBA at the University of Louisville. Welcome to the team Tiffany!
Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you have a wonderful, safe holiday with family and friends!
The survey crew was at the Daviess County Regional Airport today. Watch out for planes!
Congratulations to the Right of Way Division for being selected by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to provide acquisition and relocation services for the relocation of US 60 in Livingston County, KY. The project includes 53 parcels for acquisition and approximately 10 parcels for relocation. We look forward to getting started!
Better late than never! 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!
The survey crew works very hard. But they know how to have a little fun every now and then.
The Ohio River Bridges Project is recognized as a top 100 project globally.
A report from KPMG lists the Ohio River Bridges Project as a top global infrastructure project.
The Duncannon Lane @ I-75 Safety Corridor project. On this project, located in Madison County just south of Richmond, KY, HMB designed a new interchange with I-75 and upgraded Duncannon Lane to four lanes through the rural segment and to five lanes with sidewalks through the urban segment. This project not only enhances safety for travelers but also encourages economic development by providing access to the Bluegrass Army Depot and the neighboring Industrial Park. The project was completed in 2008 and HMB submitted it for an ACEC Engineering Excellence Award in 2010.
In honor of Movember, legendary civil engineers and their awesome mustaches!
To celebrate Movember, here are the Civil Institute of Engineers' greatest moustaches and corresponding men. Here they showcase their most inspiring moustaches alongside their...
These video tours are a great way to check in on the progress of the Louisville Downtown Bridge Project and the Ohio River East End Crossing.
The Ohio River Bridges Project is offering video tours of the downtown crossing.
These are some amazing footbridges. Have you ever encountered a footbridge you were too scared to cross?
Up in the mountains and across deep chasms, these bridges are both spectacular and terrifying.
A great article on how the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges project may serve as a model for similar projects throughout the country.
Agreement between Kentucky and Indiana was a long time coming, but now the two states are trying new approaches to financing and building interstate projects.
The Fleming County Water Association held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new water line that will update about 4,000 customers. The project will replace an old asbestos cement line that was installed about 45 years ago. HMB is providing the engineering services on this project.
FLEMINGSBURG | The Fleming County Water Association held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new water line that will update about 4,000 customers.
As promised earlier, here is the aerial video of the KY 22 bridge over Licking River in Falmouth, KY. We will be submitting this project for an ACEC Engineering Excellence Award later this year.
HMB was selected by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to prepare a full environmental assessment and preliminary and final roadway design for replacement o...
These are photos of early demolition work on the Water Street Traffic Calming project in New Albany, IN. The project includes removing the old elevated crosswalks and installing new speed tables and decorative crosswalks.
Check out this article for more information on the project: http://bit.ly/1DxRIlE
The first load of structural steel has arrived for the new downtown bridge!
The first load of structural steel for the new downtown bridge has arrived in downtown Louisville.
Check out this time lapse video of a ship traveling through the Panama Canal. It's amazing to see such a large ship navigate a narrow waterway like the Panama Canal.
¡En 1 minuto! Así es un tránsito por el Canal de Panamá.