HR Green’s Reggie Meigs Appointed to Internationl Code Council (ICC) Board of Directors as Vice President of Orange Empire Chapter
Reggie Meigs, CBO, HR Green California, Inc. (HR Green) was recently installed as Vice President of the International Code Council (ICC) Orange Empire Chapter’s Board of Directors.
HR Green, a national engineering and technical consulting firm, has received a Special Achievement Award from the American Council on Engineering of Illinois (ACEC-IL) for its work on the City of Marengo Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) upgrade.
The Town of Buena Vista, Colorado has selected HR Green, Inc. (HR Green) to assist with the development of a Broadband Assessment and Feasibility Study. The study will provide an analysis of the Town’s current and future broadband needs and will propose alternatives that the Town can undertake to address their needs now and in the future.
HR Green was recognized by the South Dakota Association of Rural Water Systems at South Dakota Rural Water Conference on January 12th in Pierre, SD as Associate Member of the Year. HR Green has been a loyal sponsor of several events and was nominated and selected by the Rural Water staff.
HR Green’s Regional Director of Transportation, Jason Dohrmann, has been named Private Sector Public Works Leader of the Year by the Missouri Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA).
HR Green’s Bridget Osborn Honored as “2016 Professional of the Year” and “2016 New Face of Engineering”
Volunteers as Mentor to Young Engineering (Students)
HR Green’s Bridget Osborn, PE, was recently honored at the ACEC National Conference in Colorado Springs, CO as “2016 Young Professional of the Year.”
Phyllis K. Walters, McHenry County Recorder, is pleased to announce the recovery of approximately 120 years of County Surveyor land records. These invaluable records of McHenry County date from the predominantly unsettled prairie to 1957, and contain surveying and geological information, as well as historical data on the development of McHenry County.
City of Des Moines, IA selects HR Green to provide Professional Engineering Services for the Replacement of Two Major Stormwater Pump Stations
The City of Des Moines recently selected HR Green to provide preliminary site investigation and conceptual design services for the replacement of two major stormwater pumping stations in the downtown area.
HR Green recently completed a Technical Memorandum for the City of Ankeny, IA evaluating issues at Tradition Park related to stormwater runoff management, erosion, and vegetation stability.
HR Green was previously retained by the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) to conduct hydrologic and hydraulic analyses and provide preliminary bridge design services for replacing existing structure number 03-240-050 along Highway 37, over the James River in Beadle County, South Dakota.