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

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

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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.

  • 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 worked with the Louisville Water Company. Welcome to the HMB team, Stephen! We’re happy you’ve chosen to join us.

  • A fun Friday Factoid from the Federal Highway Administration:

    Bikes might seem like an intrusion on the roads. But roads wouldn't exist without them.

  • Congratulations Tiffany Turner! HMB staff celebrated with Tiffany today to mark her graduation from the University of Louisville's Professional MBA Program.

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    This week, crews began installing Traffic Patterns XD for cross walks along the Ohio River Greenway multi-use path. Traffic Patterns XD is a durable, thermoplastic material that is applied to asphalt surfaces. First, the asphalt surface is prepped and then the thermoplastic material is melted to adhere to it and then stamped. This product will improve traffic safety for those accessing the multi-use path and it also promotes community pride. In all, it will be installed at six cross walk locations in that area. (HMB engineers provided design, prepared bid documents and performed construction administration for this project, which was done for the New Albany, Indiana Flood Control Department.)

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. shared a link.

    The FHWA is assembling a database of element-level data from bridge inspections that will give a much more detailed picture of the state of the bridges in the National Highway System, and help owners stretch their repair budgets.

  • HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. uploaded a new video: Scott County Connector.

    Aerial footage of new Scott County Connector. HMB's engineers developed preliminary and final roadway plans, obtained environmental permitting, provided structural design, and oversaw construction of this project.

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    A View from the Top -- HMB engineers developed the preliminary and final roadway plans to construct a new connector road from KY 227, just east of US 460 in Scott County, KY, to the new Georgetown Bypass. These photos were taken on a sunny spring day:

  • Check out this inspiring story about a Kentucky-based civil engineer who serves as director of technical programs for the Kentucky Community & Technical College System:

    As a child growing up in Georgia, notions of someday becoming an engineer never occurred to Dianne Leveridge. But the girl who didn't think she was good at math went on to earn first a master's degree, and then a PhD in civil engineering and is now guiding other smart young women to act on their tru…

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