HBK Engineering, LLC aims to provide the best utility infrastructure solutions to support cutting edge utility projects reshaping communities across the United States.
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.
"It is cool to work at a place that gives back and loves the community and people in general. I appreciate the opportunity to brag about the cool things my job does for the community."
"IMPACT is a great program and support system that encourages me to do more in the community to leave a lasting impression."
"I am proud to be a part of HBK IMPACT. I get to make new friends and boost my social skills."
"HBK makes it so easy to volunteer and give back to the community."
"There is a wide enough range of activities to match everyone’s interest."
"It is very important for me to work for a company that encourages employees to give back."
"HBK has given us the opportunity to be able to volunteer and make time."
"I have had the privilege of watching this program from the beginning and I think it has evolved in a great way."
HBK IMPACT Program in motion...
HBK Impact Program Report
HBK participated in the Girls in the Game Leader to Leader event on July 15. Panelists were interviewed by the Girls' Teen Squad and shared advice about different career opportunities and industries.
HBK Engineering is pleased to support the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation Strike Out Hunger Campaign. Launched on Tuesday, April 7, the fundraising effort is aimed to support families with food needs during the coronavirus pandemic. The foundation has partnered with Feeding America to assist its 200 local food banks, 60,000 food pantries and meal programs.
HBK IMPACT volunteers baked cookies at the Ronald McDonald House in downtown Chicago on March 6. Near Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Northwestern Hospital, and other downtown pediatric clinics, the 15-story property provides 70 private family guest rooms with private bathrooms in which families with hospitalized children may stay free-of-charge. The property is the tallest Ronald McDonald House in the region and provides families a comfortable space with complimentary meals and snacks, games and entertainment outside the hospitals.