Graham Rejoins HRC as Associate Brings Enhanced Architectural & Industrial Facilities Design Expertise
Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. (HRC), a 100-year-old Michigan-based professional engineering services firm, announces that Jane Graham, AIA, has rejoined HRC as Associate. Ms. Graham will provide architectural and industrial facilities design expertise as she previously provided while with HRC for 20 years of her 26 year career span. Ms. Graham has worked for HRC in various capacities, including Architectural Department Head and Industrial Facilities Design Department Head.
Ms. Graham returns to HRC after serving as operations director for a global property group in Florida where she was responsible for all facets of facilities management at a major commercial development. Ms. Graham’s background also includes planning and oversight of renovations for major manufacturing facilities.
Ms. Graham’s experience includes site evaluation, assessment, and architectural design of municipal, commercial, aviation, and industrial facilities, including specialized hazardous waste handling facilities, training facilities, transportation and public works maintenance facilities, pumping station and wastewater treatment facilities, and parks and recreation buildings.
“Ms. Graham skillfully delivers projects with a thoughtful balance of function and design for a diverse array of projects, from aviation and industrial facilities to municipal traffic operations centers and administrative complexes,” says HRC President, George Hubbell, P.E. “Her background is unique in that it encompasses both public and private sector projects, many of which have been fast track. She delivers incredible value and presents innovative design solutions to our longstanding clients.”
Ms. Graham is a licensed professional architect in the states of Michigan and Florida and is certified by the National Council of Registration Boards. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects. Ms. Graham holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Detroit.
For 100 years, through innovation and design, HRC has made significant contributions to Michigan’s vital infrastructure by providing consulting engineering and architectural services to municipal, industrial and private clients. HRC is a full service, multi-disciplined firm comprised of 200 professional engineers, surveyors, architects, and technical support staff, including LEED AP accredited professionals. HRC is an Engineering News Record (ENR) Top 500 Design Firm and Top 50 Trenchless Technology Design Firm whose work has been recognized by prestigious industry awards. HRC was honored by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan as 2014 Large Firm of the Year. HRC has offices in Bloomfield Hills, Grand Rapids, Howell, Detroit, and Delhi, Michigan.