Located in Norristown, Pennsylvania, HBK's Philadelphia area office enables us to provide services to our clients from the Northeast to the Mid-Atlantic area.  Established in 2007, the Philadelphia area office currently is home to a staff of 30 employees.  The Philadelphia area office applies HBK’s approach to the design of complex utility projects to the older urban environments along the New York to Washington, D.C. corridor and East Coast region.

The Philadelphia area team provides the full spectrum of our company’s services and leverages the resources of our other offices to provide our regional clients a single source for their utility design and mapping projects.

Key utility clients serviced by HBK's Philadelphia area office include PECO Energy, Crown Castle, PPL Electric Utilities, Aqua Pennsylvania and Level 3.

Key Personnel


    Dylan Decker joined HBK in September of 2014 and currently works for the Power sector in Pennsylvania where he is responsible for project management and design of new business projects in the City of Philadelphia. Dylan has developed civil designs for LTIIP jobs including Ardmore 17&18 cable replacement, civil and electrical designs for large jobs for some of PECO’s largest customers including the FMC Tower the Penn Patient Pavilion, and designs for new business jobs in Philadelphia that are extremely fast-paced.


    Brittney joined HBK Engineering in fall 2015 with 4.5 years of previous Project Management experience.  Brittney works primarily in the Power sector and has experience in underground infrastructure and aerial distribution design.  One of the projects that Brittney is currently managing is the PECO Llanerch Conversion project to convert 10 underground and overhead electric distribution circuits from 4kV to 13kV and increase customer reliability in the Haverford and Upper Darby Twp. areas.  The project will incorporate two new 13kV circuits into the PECO Llanerch Substation and retire five 4kV Circuits from the PECO Llanerch Substation.  She has permitting experience and coordinates pole replacements with other joint utilities through the National Joint Utility Notification System.  Brittney also manages HBK’s monthly forecasting for PECO.