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We have provided construction services for the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), multiple northeastern Illinois Counties and Townships, Districts and Communities.

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Diversity and Workforce Program Management

Our professional staff assists our clients with meeting their diversity goals by managing programs and workforce through program development and implementation.

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Transportation and Traffic

As a full-service engineering firm, we take a project from the preliminary planning stage to construction.

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Wastewater & Water Engineering

Over the years we have been responsible for the design of hundreds of miles of sanitary sewers in previously unsewered areas as well as new developments.

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An Engineer in the Woods, Installment 18: Oak Trees, Part Two – Unit Conversions, Acorns, Leaves and Poo

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Last month I shared why we love our trees.  This month I am sharing some of the less positive aspects of living under a dense tree canopy.  Here is my annual calendar of frustration with our trees: Spring All plants (except mosses and ferns) produce flowers, and that includes oak tre...

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Tollway M-14 Site Improvements Nearing Completion

Thursday, November 15, 2018

  2018 has been an exciting year at Hamilton Consulting Engineers, Inc., and for our clients.  We have been able to deliver multiple fast-track designs in which the planning and design has been completed in one step allowing multi-million-dollar projects to be completed within 1 to 1&fr...

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An Engineer in the Woods, Installment 18: Oak Trees, Part One – Tree Love

Thursday, November 1, 2018

In the fall of 2015 we had just started major work at the house, and it was obvious by the number of people working and the dumpsters moving in and out.  “You must be excited moving into your childhood home,” a friend and soon to be neighbor commented to me after a business lunche...

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