HBK Engineering, LLC aims to provide the best utility infrastructure solutions to support cutting edge utility projects reshaping communities across the United States.

HBK IMPACT Program

We understand that CHANGING a community is more than the upgrading of wires and pipes that run underground and the reconstruction of buildings and roads. Changing a community is about SUPPORTING the people who live and contribute to those COMMUNITIES on a DAILY basis.

HBK encourages our employees to take time out of their daily activities to make an IMPACT on the community as well as individuals through our employee volunteer program, HBK IMPACT.

HBK supports and is actively involved in many non-profit organizations. We take pride in supporting our community and organizations that focus on health, education, safety, and improving the lives of others from adolescence through adulthood.

HBK IMPACT Program in motion...

Community Partners

HBK Community Partners

HBK Impact Program Report

Year 2020-2021

Although 2020-2021 was a challenging year, HBK Engineering still made an IMPACT
2021 IMPACT Stats
2021 IMPACT Photo Collage

Community Outreach

HBK Receives GCDPC Support of Service of the Year Award

HBK received the Greater Chicago Damage Prevention Council (GCDPC) Support of Service of the year award at the October 12th GCDPC meeting.  The award is given to recognize exemplary leadership in locating, engineering, and industry collaboration to ensure public safety through progress and continued advancement of the damage prevention process and reduction of utility strikes in the Greater Chicago region.

MSI Science Works

HBKers joined more than 250 students at the MSI Science Works on Saturday, October 9th. The event promotes STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) to children and families through personal interactions with and demonstrations by people in the STEM professions.

MSI Junior Science Cafes

As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, HBK Graduate Engineer Eddie Vizcaino was the presenter on Thursday, October 7th for two Museum of Science & Industry Chicago (MSI) Jr. Science Cafes. The virtual events were held with two Chicago Public Schools classrooms comprised of mainly Latinx students.