Located in the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood of Philadelphia and just steps from 30th Street Station and University City, HBK's Center City Philadelphia office opened in May 2015.  The HBK Philadelphia office enhances our ability to work more closely with our clients located in downtown Philadelphia and along the Northeast Corridor.  It is located in a building that has received a LEED platinum certification and further demonstrates HBK’s commitment to the environmental goals of our company and our clients.

Our Philadelphia office works closely with our Norristown office to provide the full spectrum of our company’s services.  Our Philadelphia office provides HBK with greater flexibility to address our clients’ needs in downtown Philadelphia and provides more options for our employees in the Philadelphia area.

Key utility clients serviced by HBK's Philadelphia area offices include PECO Energy, Crown Castle, PPL Electric Utilities, Aqua Pennsylvania and Level3.

Key Personnel


    Michael joined HBK March of 2015 as a Field Technician. After learning HBK's processes and survey methods he worked his way to Field Lead where he worked the majority of our non-traditional survey projects as well as Topographic survey for our civil designs and utility pole survey for our Power and Telecommunication clients. Major projects he has worked on include, Crown Castle Baltimore Small Cell Das Projects, A Data Hotel conduit mapping project, and the NYC Small Cell Site Selection.


    Michael Pawolski has a wide-ranging experience in utility design, including water, sewer, storm, aerial and underground electric, and fiber design. In addition to design projects, he has been involved in quarterly and annual reporting on sanitary sewer treatment systems, with studies involving wastewater plant efficiency, system capacity, infiltration and inflow studies, and construction inspections. Additionally, he has experience in designing and implementing temporary traffic control plans and detour plans for use in utility construction projects.

Philadelphia Projects