Who We Are
A Proven Leader in Utility Engineering
HBK Engineering, LLC is a fully licensed, professional engineering design firm headquartered in downtown Chicago, with a dedicated team of over 400 staff.
What We Do
HBK provides civil, environmental, structural, electrical, subsurface utility, construction support services and permitting facilitation.
Since our founding in 1998, we have earned a reputation for delivering outstanding, accurate services in extremely time-sensitive, multilayered environments. That "industry-recognized" performance has propelled our East Coast expansion and subsequent licensure to practice in 47 states.
With offices Nationwide, including concentrations in the Midwest and on the Coasts, HBK brings together a dedicated team whose focus is the design and protection of utilities and utility networks. We provide solutions and construction support on utility projects in rural and complex urban centers Coast to Coast, and have successfully performed engineering work for a complete spectrum of utility infrastructure projects.
Our employees are our number one asset. Our goal is to recruit the best candidates in the industry and retain them for a long, progressive career.
Whether you’re a college student seeking an internship or a recent graduate looking to start your career, at HBK, you’ll be making important contributions to projects from the very first day.
HBK welcomes candidates with a passion for problem solving to apply for any of our open positions. We offer a multi-disciplinary environment where you’ll be working with a variety of professionals to provide best in class engineering products to our clients.
As an engineering firm known as the "boots on the ground" engineers, we have a range of positions available for both licensed and non-licensed field professionals who have a desire to develop hands on survey,locating and inspection skills in the field environment.
HBK was pleased to support the SOS Children's Villages Illinois Evening of Hope virtual event on November 17th, themed a night on the "Information Superhighway." The event called on online traffic to provide the support needed to help the nonprofit navigate through this most unprecedented time.
HBK Engineering's Eddie Vizcaino presented two virtual Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) Junior Science Cafes on November 10th. In the sessions to Chicago Public Schools 4th Grade classes, Eddie discussed what it means to be an engineer and various sorts of projects he works on day to day.
HBK Strive hosted its Quarterly Book Club Discussion on November 5th. The book, Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid, offered a refreshing take on an age-old question: can we connect across barriers of race, gender, wealth and privilege?