Hattenburg Dilley and Linnell, LLC, hires three

Hattenburg Dilley and Linnell, LLC (HDL) announces the following new additions to its staff:

Heather Campfield has joined HDL as the Environmental Department Manager for the firm’s Palmer Office.  She is a graduate of Alaska Pacific University with a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science and holds a Graduate Certification in the National Environmental Policy Act from Utah State University.  Heather is an environmental specialist with over 14 years of experience leading consulting teams in the National Environmental Policy Act on projects in Alaska.  Her project experience includes Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Federal Transit Administration, Federal Rail Administration, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. 

Julee Trudeau, PE has joined HDL as a Civil Engineer for the firm's Palmer Office.  She is a graduate of the Boise State University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a minor in Construction Management.  Julee is a roadway designer with over 10 years of highway design experience leading design teams on multi-million dollar projects in Alaska, Washington, and Idaho.  Her design  experience includes  Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Washington State Department of Transportation, Idaho Transportation Department, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson projects.


John Bean, PE, GISP recently joined HDL as their GIS Manager.  John has a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Connecticut and is a licensed professional engineer. John has over 30 years experience working and teaching civil engineering, surveying and GIS. John is the Immediate Past-President of the Alaska Section of the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) and Chaired the 2012 Alaska Surveying and Mapping Conference.  John also teaches part-time at UAA as an Associate Professor of Geomatics. 

HDL is a 55-person consulting firm that provides civil, transportation, and geotechnical engineering, land surveying, environmental, construction management, and material testing services to government and industry.


HDL press release