University of Alabama Athletics Sports and Nutrition Facility Complete

  Construction of the new state-of-the-art Sports and Nutrition Facility for the University of Alabama Athletics program is complete and will be open to Athletes soon.  HHB Engineers are the Mechanical Engineering consultants for the project, providing Mechanical (HVAC, Plumbing, Fire Protection) design for the facility and construction administration services, on a team led by Read More

HHB Project Featured In April 2018 ASHRAE Journal

  Barbara McCrary, PE, and Wesley Sherer, PE, both Principals at HHB Engineers recently co-authored an article in the peer-reviewed publication ASHRAE Journal, published by the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning Engineers, the professional society for Engineers in HVAC related fields.  The article was co-authored by Dr. Steve Kavanaugh, Professor Emeritus at the Read More

Athletics projects for University of Alabama approved

  The University of Alabama Board of Trustees recently approved two projects for the Athletics department – a renovated Recruiting Lounge space in the Mal Moore Athletic Facility estimated at $2M, and renovation of the University’s Aquatics center with a $21M total budget. HHB Engineers, P.C. is pleased to be the Mechanical Engineering consultants for Read More

New Auburn College of Engineering Advanced Structural Testing Lab Building

HHB Engineers has been selected as the Mechanical Engineers for the design of the new Advanced Structural Testing Laboratory Building for Auburn University’s College of Engineering.  The building is to be approximately 37,000 SF with a budget of just over $13M.  The building will consist of a high bay lab area, concrete materials testing labs, Read More

HHB Selected for Civil Rights Landmark AG Gaston Motel Restoration

  HHB Engineers will be the Mechanical Engineers for the renovation and restoration of the Civil Rights landmark, the AG Gaston Motel in Birmingham, AL, working with Lord Aeck Sargent, an architectural and design firm located in Atlanta.  The Motel was included in the recent designation of the surrounding areas as the Birmingham Civil Right Read More

Maxwell AFB Central Chiller Plant Design Underway

HHB Engineers is Prime AE for the design of a major upgrade to the central chiller plant at Maxwell Air Force Base outside Montgomery, AL.  The project includes replacement of all of the water cooled chillers, currently 6 at 800 tons each, with 6 new chillers approximately 970 tons each.  Existing cooling towers will be Read More

McCrary Inducted as Distinguished Fellow

HHB Engineers, PC is proud to announce that Barbara Hattemer McCrary was honored as a newly inducted University of Alabama Distinguished Mechanical Engineering Fellow. The ceremony and reception were held on Wednesday, November 2nd at 5pm at NERC, one of the newly opened engineering buildings on the UA campus. Pictured is McCrary with Interim Department Read More

HVAC Upgrades for Dept of Homeland Security’s COBRATF

HHB Engineers is continuing their long history of work with the Corps of Engineers at the Center for Domestic Preparedness, a Dept of Homeland Security Facility in Anniston, Alabama.  In June 1998, the Center for Domestic Preparedness opened its doors as a training center for the nation’s emergency responders. The facility now uses many of the former Read More

HHB Engineers selected for Maxwell AFB Central Plant Upgrade

HHB Engineers has been selected to design a major upgrade to the Central Chilled Water Plant at Maxwell AFB, outside Montgomery, AL. The upgrade to include replacement of 5 of the 6 chillers, currently 800-tons each with greater capacity chillers.  Cooling towers to be upgraded and chiller pumps to be replaced.  The building was constructed Read More

Renovation of Historic Mississippi River Commission Building

HHB Engineers has been selected, along with TAG Architects, for the HVAC Replacement of the historic 1894 Mississippi River Commission Building in Vicksburg, MS.  The General Services Administration (GSA) is managing the project.  The building is 59,000 square foot four-story National Register (NR Rating – 3) listed Gothic / Romanesque Revival-style Post Office and Customs Read More