Congratulations to Jaclyn for completing the Leadership in Engineering Administration Program (LEAP) through ACEC Arizona. LEAP is a 6-month long career development program for young engineers that covers topics such as leadership, communication skills, project scoping, risk management and project management. Continue reading…
On Saturday, May 13th, our wonderful intern Sabrina Ballard graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. Not only did she succeed in completing her degree, but she excelled in her program, earning the award for Outstanding Student in the College of Engineering, Forestry and Natural Sciences. Continue reading…
Hubbard Merrell is looking for a Structural Engineering Project Manager to join our firm.
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Hubbard Merrell Engineering is located in Flagstaff, AZ in the heart of beautiful Northern Arizona. Continue reading…
A few weeks ago Hubbard Merrell attended the Ski Area Management (SAM) Summer Ops Camp as a Vendor. We had a small booth in the exhibit area and Micah Henderson spoke as part of a panel in a workshop about what you don’t know (that you probably need to know) about Aerial Adventure Courses. We appreciated the opportunity to talk with a bunch of people from the ski area industry. Thanks to SAM for the invite and the chance to play outside!
Summer Ops Camp Brochure: http://freepdfhosting.com/6041a31220.pdf
Watch “Night Summer Tubing”: https://youtu.be/BgwzvK-QvAA
On September 9th 2016, HM structural engineering intern Sabrina Ballard participated in the AzASCE conference student competition at Desert Willow Conference Center in Phoenix, AZ. The competition required students to research an engineering topic and present the findings of the research to a panel of professional engineers at the conference. Sabrina won first place out of approximately 20 participants from all three state universities! Sabrina’s research was on the use of photogrammetry to assess the condition of existing structures and crack measurements in comparison to the methods traditionally used. She was inspired to research this topic because she had previously assisted a grad student with research on photogrammetry and really enjoyed it. Another contributing factor was that her research involved a lot of photography, which is a hobby of hers. Sabrina’s research took place over the course of one year and she decided to enter it in the competition because she really enjoys presenting. Also, as the president of the Northern Arizona University student chapter of ASCE, she wanted to inspire her peers to research topics interesting to them and enter the competition in the future.
Way to go Sabrina! We are glad to have you as part of our Hubbard Merrell team.
Hubbard Merrell Engineering team members got the opportunity to complete several courses at Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course a few weeks ago. In the Aerial Adventure Course department most of our clients are located all across the country, so we feel fortunate to have a relationship with such a great local business in the same industry! It is incredibly helpful to have a site nearby that we can use to educate new staff and imagine new designs, as well as get some great pics!
We encourage anyone who lives in Flagstaff, or has plans to visit, to check these guys out! Check them out at www.flagstaffextreme.com
Hubbard Merrell Engineering is about a week and a half into a remodel to expand our office into a downstairs suite in our building. We will soon have reception and administration downstairs with a much larger conference room. Our production staff will remain upstairs with an upgraded break room and 2 new office spaces. Our growing team is excited about inviting our clients and friends to enjoy the new space with us soon!