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HMMH welcomes John Weston as Director of Surface Transportation
September 15, 2016: Burlington, MA

 

HMMH is pleased to announce that John C. Weston has joined the firm as Director of Surface Transportation. Read More

 


 
Joe Czech joins HMMH as Principal Consultant
August 3, 2016: Burlington, MA

 

HMMH is pleased to announce that Joseph J. Czech, P.E. has joined the firm as Principal Consultant in the Federal Programs Group and will be based in Southern California.  Read More

 


 
HMMH announces promotions of Bradley L. Nicholas and Justin E. Divens
July 25, 2016: Burlington, MA


HMMH is pleased to announce the recent promotions of Bradley L. Nicholas and Justin E. Divens. Please join us in congratulating these individuals on their promotion and wish them continued success at HMMH! Read More

 


 
HMMH is featured on Sacramento Business Journal's "The List"
May 25, 2016: Burlington, MA


HMMH is proud to be featured on Sacramento Business Journal’s “The List”, a compilation of market leaders in the industry, ranked by revenue. HMMH was ranked 25th in the Environmental Engineering Companies’ category, based on 2015 revenue. Read More.

 


 
TRB Releases HMMH-Authored Report on Renewable Energy at Airports
April 7, 2016: Burlington, MA


HMMH is pleased to announce the release of ACRP Report 151 “Developing a Business Case for Renewable Energy at Airports” by the Transportation Research Board (TRB). The report, authored by Stephen Barrett, Director of Climate and Energy, and Philip DeVita, Director of Air Quality, focuses on identifying and communicating the inherent benefits of renewable energy as part of the business case analysis. Read More

 



FRA Releases NEC FUTURE Tier 1 DEIS
November 12, 2015: Burlington, MA


HMMH is proud to be a part of the team that prepared the NEC FUTURE Tier 1 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that was released by the U.S. Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) earlier this week. NEC FUTURE is a comprehensive plan for improvements to the Northeast Corridor (NEC) rail line from Washington, D.C. to Boston, Massachusetts and the objective of the Tier 1 EIS is to evaluate the broad environmental impacts of several NEC alternatives. Read More.

 


 

Ray Masagnoc joins HMMH as Principal Consultant

October 14, 2015: Burlington, MA

HMMH is pleased to announce that Ray Magsanoc has joined the firm as a Principal Consultant in the Surface Transportation Group. Ray will provide business development and project support across the firm for the highway, transit/rail, climate and energy, and aviation markets. Read More.

 


 

Mary Ellen Eagan Elected Secretary / Treasurer of ACC Board of Directors

September 24, 2015: Burlington, MA

HMMH President and CEO Mary Ellen Eagan has been elected Secretary/Treasurer of the 2016 Airports Consultants Council (ACC) Board of Directors. Ms. Eagan’s term will become effective at the 2015 Membership Meeting on November 10th, during the ACC Annual Conference in Newport Beach, California. Read More.

 



Kingston Wind Turbine Acoustical Study Released
August 17, 2015: Burlington, MA

HMMH is pleased to announce the release of the Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine Acoustical Monitoring Study report prepared for the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC)and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). HMMH conducted the study in response to a request from the KWI operator and the Town of Kingston (MA) Board of Health to MassCEC and MassDEP to address questions and concerns voiced by local residents regarding noise from the wind turbine. Read More.

 



TRB Releases HMMH-Authored ACRP Report 141
August 12, 2015: Burlington, MA

HMMH is pleased to announce the release of TRB’s ACRP Report 141 – Renewable Energy as an Airport Revenue Source. Report 141 provides the aviation industry with new information and guidance on the ownership structure and financial accounting behind an increasing number of airport renewable energy projects. Read More.  

 



HMMH Awarded Renewable Energy Contract at Salt Lake City Airport
July 10, 2015: Burlington, MA

HMMH is working with the Salt Lake City Department of Airports to assess opportunities to deploy renewable energy projects in a cost-effective way as part of the design and planning of the airport’s $1.8 billion redevelopment program. Read More.




HMMH Certified as a WBE and DBE in Massachusetts 
June 4, 2015: Burlington, MA 

HMMH is pleased to announce that it has received certification as both a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) and a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Read More.

 



Diana Wasiuk Appointed a Member of TRB Committee on Air Traffic Control  
June 3, 2015: Herndon, VA

The Transportation Research Board (TRB) Executive Committee selected HMMH Vice President and COO Diana Wasiuk to serve as a member of the Committee on Air Traffic Control: Symposium on Organizational Reform Options. The committee will convene a public symposium for the discussion of reform options for Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Air Traffic Control functions. Members of the committee will plan and organize the symposium, select and invite speakers, and moderate discussions. The outcomes of the symposium will inform the FAA reauthorization legislation.

Ms. Wasiuk's six month appointment runs from March 25, 2015 to September 30, 2015.

 


Mary Ellen Eagan Receives Simmons Alumnae Achievement Award

May 14, 2015: Burlington, MA 

 

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Mary Ellen Eagan with Simmons School of Management Dean Cathy Minehan

HMMH President and CEO Mary Ellen Eagan was selected by Simmons School of Management (SOM) as the recipient of the 2015 Phyllis Rappaport Alumnae Achievement Award. The Rappaport Award is given every year to a SOM alumna who has not only succeeded in her chosen career, but found time to give back and reached beyond the norm in supporting the efforts of others to grow and develop.

The Rappaport Award was established through a gift from Jerome Lyle Rappaport to honor his wife, a member of the first Simmons School of Management graduating class. Award criteria include: achieving a new and far reaching goal; entering and succeeding in areas previously closed to women; displaying remarkable competency and courage; and creating or supporting a network of women that leads to opening new career paths. Ms. Eagan's nomination letter and supporting documentation, which described her many achievements over the past 30 years, made it clear that she is a most deserving candidate.

Ms. Eagan received the Rappaport Award from during a ceremony held at Simmons School of Management on May 13, 2015. 


HMMH Named a 2015 Freedom Award Semi-finalist

May 4, 2015: Burlington, MA 

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HMMH was recently selected by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), an office in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), as a national semi-finalist for the 2015 Secretary of Defense Freedom Award. Three Massachusetts companies were so honored from among 69 nominees in the Commonwealth. Across the country, ESGR named 150 employers as semifinalists from among 2,960 nominees.

The Freedom Award is the DoD's highest honor for employers that provide extraordinary support to their Guard and Reserve employees. Click here for a complete list of Freedom Award semifinalists from each state.


HMMH Certified as a Woman-Owned Business

March 9, 2015: Burlington, MA 

HMMH is pleased to announce that two of its executive managers, Mary Ellen Eagan (CEO) and Diana Wasiuk (COO), have acquired a controlling stake in HMMH, making HMMH a woman-owned business. Ms. Eagan and Ms. Wasiuk will continue serving in their current capacities and look forward to a new phase in the life of a company with such rich legacy.  Founders Nick Miller and Bob Miller will continue to be actively engaged at HMMH, but have taken steps to ensure that HMMH thrives as a multigenerational company by turning over ownership as well as management of the company to its next generation of leaders. HMMH has secured a Small Business Administration (SBA) certification as an economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business (EDWOSB); additional certifications are pending.

We look forward to continuing to serve our clients with our hallmark technical excellence and client satisfaction.

“Completing our ownership transition has been one of the major strategic goals for HMMH over the past few years, and we are glad to be able to do so while maintaining our corporate identity and long-term client relationships,” said Mary Ellen Eagan.  “Securing Federal and state disadvantaged business designations opens up promising opportunities for adding value to our relationships with clients and teaming partners alike.  We hope that those opportunities will also translate into new and interesting work for our staff – it’s an exciting time for HMMH!” added Diana Wasiuk.