HMMH has been praised by clients, applauded by the public, and honored by our peers in the industry. Here are some of our recent corporate awards.
HMMH president & CEO Mary Ellen Eagan was selected by Simmons School of Management (SOM) as the recipient of the 2015 Phyllis Rappaport Alumnae Achievement Award. The Rappaport Award is given every year to a SOM alumna who has not only succeeded in her chosen career, but found time to give back and reached beyond the norm in supporting the efforts of others to grow and develop.
The Boston Business Journal/Commonwealth Institute have announced their third annual list of the Top 100 Women-led Businesses in Massachusetts. The goal of this survey is to showcase the important impact women-led companies continue to have on the Massachusetts economy. HMMH once again made the list, which is based on 2011 revenue.
HMMH once again made the list of top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts. In the Boston Business Journal/Commonwealth Institute survey, companies were ranked by 2010 revenue. The Commonwealth Institute is one of the leading women’s organizations in Boston whose mission is to help CEOs, entrepreneurs, and corporate executives build successful businesses.
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) selected the Environmental Assessment for the Union Station to Oak Cliff Dallas Streetcar Project as the recipient of the 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award for Excellence in Environmental Documentation. The Award was presented to The North Texas Council of Governments, City of Dallas, and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). URS Corporation, under contract to DART, led the team of consultants that worked on the project. HMMH, as a subconsultant, was responsible for detailed noise and vibration analysis on the project. HMMH’s support on the project helped to ensure an accurate and thorough assessment was completed within the constraints of the challenging schedule. HMMH has conducted noise and vibration analyses on dozens of projects for DART since 1990.
In recognition of her contributions, Mary Ellen Eagan was presented with the Airports’ Partner Award at the FAA New England Region 2010 Airports Conference in Burlington, MA. The award is “for services that enables the FAA and airport sponsors to minimize noise impacts on citizens and students in New England”, and was presented by LaVerne F. Reid, Manager, Airports Division, New England Region.
In honor of her professional achievements, Mary Ellen Eagan was presented with the Walt Gillfillan Award at the UC Davis Noise and Air Quality Symposium. This award, established in 2006, is presented at the symposium to an aviation environmental stakeholder for exemplary work addressing the challenges of reducing the environmental impacts of aviation. Ms. Eagan was the fifth recipient of the award.
The Final Environmental Impact Statement for Dallas Area Rapid Transit's Northwest Corridor LRT Line to Irving / DFW Airport was selected to receive the FTA Outstanding Achievement Award for Excellence in Environmental Document Preparation in the EIS category. HMMH was part of the consultant team that prepared the Final EIS. HMMH provided detailed noise and vibration consulting services for the project, helping to minimize the number of impacts through engineering design changes to the project.
The Florida Airports Council (FAC) Noise Abatement & Community Affairs Committee announced January 15th that the Martin County Airport / Witham Field Noise Abatement Departure Profile (NADP) Demonstration Project won the committee's 2009 "Noise Abatement Award," recognizing "an airport / aviation project that reduces the impact of operations on a neighboring community using operational measures." Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc. (HMMH) was a lead member of the team responsible for this highly successful project. Other key firms assisting the airport staff and ANAC on the demonstration project included Camp Dresser & McKee, Hanson Professional Services, and Fair Wind Air Charter.
The U.S. Federal Transit Administration (FTA) awarded the first-ever “Outstanding Achievement Award for Excellence in Environmental Document Preparation” to the Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) for the Gold Line Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). HMMH is honored to be part of the Gold Line Team; HMMH has conducted noise and vibration analyses for RTD projects since 1998, and on this project since its inception.
Transportation Research Board Committee ADC40 Transportation-related Noise and Vibration 28th Annual Harter Rupert Award for Best Paper on Transportation Noise presented to HMMH’s Mary Ellen Eagan for her paper, “Using Supplemental Metrics to Communicate Aircraft Noise Effects ”
HMMH was ranked as one of Massachusetts’ top women-led businesses, published in the Women-Led 2005 Report by Babson College.
HMMH was ranked as one of Massachusetts’ largest environmental engineering firms. HMMH was number sixteen in the rankings, published in the October 28th issue of the Boston Business Journal.
Transportation Research Board Committee A1F04 Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration 24th Annual Harter Rupert Award for the best paper on Transportation Noise presented to HMMH’s Doug Barrett for his paper, “Acoustical Acceptance Testing of Portland International Airport Ground Run-up Enclosure”.