The village of Estes Park, CO, lies along the Big Thompson River, at an elevation of 7,522 feet. Rocky Mountain National Park, visited by more than three million people per year, has its headquarters there.
At this year’s Ontario Concrete Awards, HMM’s Hodder Avenue Underpass Project received awards in "Structural Design Innovation" and "Material Development and Innovation" for its use of precast concrete. The awards were presented at a banquet held by Concrete Canada at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on December 4.
Each day brings news of another natural catastrophe. Climate change has brought more severe storms and resultant human consequences.
On October 30, the University of Toronto’s Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance hosted a presentation by HMM’s Jim Berry on London’s Crossrail project, for which he played a major planning role.
Hatch Mott MacDonald has won an Award of Excellence at the 2013 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Gala. The firm was honored in the Transportation category for its work on the Squamish Pedestrian Overpass in Squamish, British Columbia.
Hatch Mott MacDonald has won an Award of Excellence at the 2013 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Gala. The firm was honored in the Project Management category for its work on Calgary's West LRT Project in Calgary, Alberta.
On October 1, Mayor William W. Curtis of the Borough of Bay Head, NJ, honored HMM at an event sponsored by the Regular Republican Organization of Bay Head. The mayor recognized HMM’s rehabilitation efforts following Superstorm Sandy, and presented HMM’s Bob Mainberger and Frank Bruton with a plaque.
For the second time, HMM engineer Marie Louis has won a scholarship from the American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF). A panel of 25 APTF board members (excluding the chair) selected her as the winner of the Louis T. Klauder Scholarship, awarded to an applicant dedicated to a career in the rail transit industry.