Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. (HRC) has announced the relocation of its Howell, MI, office from 3399 E. Grand River Avenue in Genoa Township, MI, to 105 W. Grand River Avenue in the city of Howell, located downtown at the crossroads of Michigan Avenue and Grand River. HRC has been providing consulting engineering services from its previous Howell location since 2001.
"HRC is looking forward to continuing to serve all of our Livingston County, Western Oakland County and Southern Genesee County (MI) municipal clients from our new office location. We are excited to be a part of the downtown atmosphere Howell has to offer and believe that this central location will be a benefit to all of our clients," George Hubbell II, P.E., HRC president, said.
"We are really thrilled to have HRC as a member of our downtown business area. HRC is working on the engineering of our upcoming multiyear road and utility improvement projects. By having HRC in the heart of downtown, it gives our residents unprecedented access to the designers and contract administrators for that major construction work. We will host public information meetings and open houses at HRC's office so the public can better interface with the engineers. We couldn't have that positive atmosphere of information sharing without HRC's presence in our downtown," Terry Wilson, deputy city manager for the city of Howell, said.
For over 94 years, HRC has been providing consulting engineering and architectural services to municipal, industrial and private clients throughout Southeastern Michigan, in addition to servicing various national clients. As a full-service, multidisciplined firm specializing in civil, mechanical, electrical, environmental, and traffic engineering, HRC is comprised of over 180 engineers, professional surveyors, architects, technicians, and support staff. HRC also has offices Bloomfield Hills, MI; Grand Rapids, MI; Detroit, MI; Pontiac, MI; Mt. Clemens, MI; and Orlando, FL.