GCDPC kicked off their 17th Annual Damage Prevention Excavator Breakfast on Tuesday March 3rd. The event was hosted at UIC and over 250 attendees listened to a professional safety presentation and safety tips for digging. Attendees also visited vendor booths and participated in door prizes. On behalf of HBK, thank you to all who attended. Remember to “Call Before You Dig.”
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On Tuesday February 24th, HBK was a proud sponsor of Chicago Metro History Education Center ( CMHEC) fundraiser. The event took place at Lagunitas Brewery to help support the Chicago Metro History Fair. The night was filled with great music provided by Chicago Blues All Stars, great food provided by Smoque BBQ, and drinks provided by Lagunitas Brewery. On behalf of HBK and CMHEC we would like
On Saturday January 24th, HBK had the honor of attending and sponsoring the 32nd Annual Black Creativity Gala at the Museum of Science and Industry. The event was Co-chaired by Cheryl Harris, senior vice president at the Allstate Insurance Company, and Anne Pramaggiore, president and CEO of ComEd, and raised close to $500,000 for programs and events. Black Creativity reaches more than 25,000 students, their teachers
Effective October 1, 2014 Willard S. Evans, Jr. (Will) has joined HBK Engineering. Will recently retired as the President of Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas. He will serve as HBK’s Chief Diversity Officer. With over 40 years of experience at Peoples Gas, Will has achieved a diverse background in Strategic planning, Operations, Construction, Gas Supply and major IT system implementations. In 2013, Will lead
On Wednesday September 10th, HBK participated in the Sterling Bay Fourth Annual Benefit Bash for the PKD foundation. The PKD foundation’s goal is to discover and deliver treatments to cure polycystic kidney disease (PKD), and they fight for this goal through research, education, advocacy, support, and awareness. To learn more about the organization and how you can help visit http://www.pkdcure.org
HBK Employee, Don Kleyweg Jr. accepts his ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. He has nominated the people listed below. Nominees: Taylor Mason- David Mason & Associates, Kevin Olsen- Meade You have 24 hours to complete the challenge and/or donate $100 to ALSA.ORG
Chicago Commons will be hosting their annual school supply drive that benefits more than 1,300 children from our early childhood development program. HBK will be collecting books, back packs and art/school supplies through the spring and summer and distribute to families at the end of August, just in time for school. Attached is a School Supply Drive Tool Kit for other ways to participate.