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 and the site of her whale-watching business) and Washington State after accepting a Civil EIT position with Omega Engineering, a small firm based in Everett.

“I enjoyed my time in Washington, but in the back of his mind I knew I would probably return to Alaska at some point,” Chris said. “When I received an offer to join the proHNS team, it was a fairly easy decision to move back.”

Chris has designed drainage systems for private residences, commercial buildings, roadways, and other structures, and specializes in preparing civil site plans, erosion control and drainage plans, and storm water pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs). He enjoys collaborating with clients to achieve an end product that fulfills the client’s vision while still remaining technically feasible.

Chris is excited to tackle the unique challenges Southeast Alaska poses from an engineering standpoint, and looks forward to working on a diverse array of projects and expanding his skill set.

He will work primarily out of the Juneau Office beginning in mid-January.