he American Council of Engineering Companies of Minnesota (ACEC/MN) has awarded the 2015 Engineering Excellence Honor Award to Washington County Public Works and HR Green for CSAH 19 (Woodbury Drive) Safety and Mobility.
HR Green, Inc. has been hired by Del Webb, a national brand of Atlanta-based Pulte Group, Inc, to provide Landscape Architecture services for its proposed 550 home development on 200 acres in the Woodlands, just outside Houston Texas.
Green Companies, Inc. is pleased to announce that HR Green, Inc.’s Chief Financial Officer Michelle Byard is the firm’s newest Principal.
Scott Marquardt, P.E. has received the Donald C. Stone Award for Excellence in Education from the American Public Works Association (APWA) – Fox Valley Branch.
HR Green is pleased to announce that Shawn Davis has attained his International Society of Arboriculture – Certified Arborist Certification. This certification will allow Davis, who works out of the McHenry, Illinois office, and HR Green to provide tree survey services in Illinois.
The City of Houston authorized HR Green, Inc. to begin work on final design plans, specifications and cost estimate for the third phase of a drainage improvement project that will provide drainage relief for for a 1,070 acre fully developed part of the city known as Midtown and Montrose, one of the earliest sections of the city to be developed.
HR Green’s Marcus Coenen recently passed the Professional Transportation Planner (PTP) certification exam. Marcus was one of only 18 individuals in the nation, and the only Iowa resident to pass the exam during the October 2014 exam period.
The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) was chosen to receive a 2014 Project of the Year Award for the Kraemer Boulevard grade separation by the American Public Works Association (APWA) southern California chapter. The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) was chosen to receive a 2014 Project of the Year Award for the Kraemer Boulevard grade separation by the American Public Works Association (APWA) southern California chapter. This project is part of a $630-million Orange County Bridges program. OCTA is building seven undercrossings or overcrossings to separate car traffic from rail traffic. HR Green, Inc. provided, plan check and project oversight related to five of these projects for the City of Placentia, CA
On Oct. 7, the City of Columbia’s City Council approved awarding a contract to HR Green for the design of improvements to the intersection of Stadium Boulevard and Old Highway 63. The intersection currently does not have marked crosswalks or pedestrian signals.
HR Green, Inc. was selected by the City of Dubuque to implement two EPA Brownfield Assessment Grants and provide related environmental services corresponding to various capital improvement projects, provide GIS services, brownfield redevelopment planning assistance, as well as health and safety planning for the City.