HRG, an Award-Winning Infrastructure Consulting Firm, Opens Office in Lehigh Valley

HRG has opened an office in the Mill Run Office Center on Glenlivet Drive in Allentown.  The firm specializes in civil engineering but has diverse expertise in community planning and management, landscape architecture, environmental compliance, and sustainability. They have eight offices in the mid-Atlantic region and have completed projects throughout the Lehigh Valley for many years.  Current projects include flood mitigation design at Easton Avenue and Santee Road in Bethlehem Township,  flood mitigation studies for Palmer Township and Forks Township, improvements to the Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant, and a master plan for the Luthercrest Continuing Care Retirement Community.

HRG has experienced significant growth over the past five years and is building capacity for further anticipated expansion through 2030.  The Lehigh Valley office will be a base of operations to service clients in Northampton, Lehigh, Berks, Carbon, Monroe, Luzerne, Lackawanna, Wyoming, Pike, Wayne and Susquehanna Counties.  “A local presence is key to the way we do business at HRG,” the company’s chief executive officer Jason Fralick says. “We don’t just deliver projects: We are actively involved in local organizations and invest heavily in an area through sponsorships and charitable giving.  This office demonstrates our commitment to be a part of the Lehigh Valley community and will create greater opportunities for collaboration between our staff and our clients.”

The Lehigh Valley office is managed in the interim by Andrew Kenworthy, HRG’s director of facilities and business expansion, until an assistant vice president is appointed to manage the office long-term. He is leading a team of engineers and landscape architects with long and deep ties to the area.  Both George White and Joe Bluge have more than 30 years of experience.  White is a senior project manager specializing in water resources and a Lehigh Valley chapter coordinator for Team River Runner.  He is also a former chairman of the Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation. Bluge is a construction specialist and member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Operators Association.  Joel Schmoyer, Mark Spatz, and Stephanie Milewski each have more than 20 years of experience.  Schmoyer is a senior project manager specializing in civil and transportation engineering.  He is a former board member for the East Penn section of the American Society of the Highway Engineers.  Spatz has wide-ranging expertise in civil engineering, water and wastewater planning, land development, and project financing and is a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Operators Association. Milewski is a registered landscape architect and member of the NEPA Trails Forum Planning Committee and the Lackawanna/Luzerne MPO Transportation Advisory Committee. She is also a former secretary and member of the board of directors for the Pocono Northeast Resource Conservation and Development Council.


HRG assists with the planning, design, and management of community infrastructure. The firm serves public and private sector clients throughout the mid-Atlantic region and has won more than 100 awards from state and national organizations for their projects. They have been ranked among the Top 500 Design Firms by Engineering News-Record 19 years in a row and were named the Design Firm of the Year by ENR Mid-Atlantic in 2021.  The 100% employee-owned company is an industry leader in municipal engineering, water and wastewater system design, and stormwater management.  They also have a strong presence in the land development and transportation engineering business sectors. For more information, visit their website at


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Judy Lincoln