Randy Crum promoted to Construction Services Manager

Randy Crum promoted to Construction Services Manager
After 18 months as an Engineering Technician with proHNS, Randy Crum is stepping up to fill our new Construction Services Manager position. Since joining proHNS in 2018, Randy has solidified our firm’s presence in Ketchikan, created strong connections within our professional network, and expanded our available services. “Randy has demonstrated a high level of reliability and willingness to t...
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A note about our recent change in ownership

A note about our recent change in ownership
As many folks in the Southeast Alaska engineering community already know, proHNS founding member Jeremy Stephens moved his family to Vermont last summer. While Jeremy worked remotely for several months to tie up loose ends and transfer project responsibilities, at this point everyone has agreed it is best for the company to remove Jeremy as a proHNS Principal and consolidate ownership between Garr...
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proHNS partners with AK DOT&PF on Juneau’s Egan Drive Improvements

proHNS partners with AK DOT&PF on Juneau’s Egan Drive Improvements
We are excited to announce proHNS will be providing Contract Administration and Inspection services for the Alaska Department of Transportation's Egan Drive 10th to Main Street Improvements in the heart of downtown Juneau. Contractor SECON plans to break ground on the $14.3 million project by June of this year, focusing on the stretch of Egan Drive between Willoughby and Whittier Streets. When ...
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Staff Engineer Chris Bydlon joins Juneau office

Staff Engineer Chris Bydlon joins Juneau office
We are proud to announce the addition of Staff Engineer Chris Bydlon to the proHNS team as part of our ongoing effort to offer quality services and meet the demands of a growing project portfolio. A longtime Alaskan, Chris grew up in the Mat-Su Valley and obtained his engineering degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He subsequently split his time between Juneau (his wife's hometown a...
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Introducing our new Haines Office Manager

Introducing our new Haines Office Manager
proHNS is pleased to announce that our Creative Director Karen Garcia has assumed the position of Haines Office Manager as of July 16, 2018 and will be the company’s new primary point of contact in the Upper Lynn Canal. “I’m excited – and a little apprehensive – about this opportunity, but I am up for the challenge,” Karen said. “I think it’s important for Haines to retain an engineering an...
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proHNS welcomes new Staff Engineer Travis Eckhoff

proHNS welcomes new Staff Engineer Travis Eckhoff
Staff Engineer Travis Eckhoff, PE, is the newest addition to the growing proHNS team. Before joining proHNS, Travis occupied several roles with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, including as Assistant Project Engineer for Southcoast Region’s high-profile $25 million Brotherhood Bridge Replacement project. From 2012-2014, he worked in Southcoast Region’s Preconst...
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Keeping busy on both ends of the Lynn Canal

Keeping busy on both ends of the Lynn Canal
Though Southeast Alaska is nearing the end of summer, the construction season is still going strong and keeping proHNS staff busy in both Haines and Juneau. At the northern end of the Lynn Canal, we're wrapping up our contract administration work on the State of Alaska's Klehini River Bridge project, and still working toward a seasonal substantial completion for half of the Haines Airport project....
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Lucas Chambers joins proHNS management team

Lucas Chambers joins proHNS management team
Lucas Chambers, PE, is the newest Managing Member of proHNS LLC. Over the past six years, Lucas has distinguished himself at the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities for his creative problem-solving, high-quality design packages, and ability to excel under tight deadlines. Lucas's aptitude for designing and modeling complex systems lends a unique edge to our team, and we are...
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Specialty foundation inspection performed in Juneau

Specialty foundation inspection performed in Juneau
proHNS Project Manager Mary Larsen stepped up to perform special inspection for a foundation stabilization project in Juneau last week. The project required installation of helical pile piers, a type of pile support system used for stabilizing existing structures or supporting new construction foundations in areas of poor ground stability. The piers were augured into the ground up to 20 feet d...
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proHNS set to design new Juneau subdivision

proHNS set to design new Juneau subdivision
proHNS is teaming up with Chilkat Surveying & Mapping LLC to design the Calvary Fellowship Subdivision, a five-acre piece of property between Auke Lake and the Juneau International Airport. Our team will provide plat certification, civil design, and permit support for the project, which will create as many as 11 residential lots featuring direct access to the Glacier Highway and short commutes...
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