Earl Harrison is President and founding partner of Hg Consult, a certified DBE firm in nine states. Earl has been successfully managing transportation projects around the Midwest for more than two decades, ranging from small municipal level street design projects to large DOT system-to-system interstate interchange projects, transportation corridor studies that encompass both preliminary and final roadway design. Earl has been involved in streetcar planning and design, and several large-scale design-build projects around the State of Missouri. Some recent projects include the Kansas City International Airport improvements, I-435 Missouri River Bridge Rehabilitation improvements, I-35 & Route 152/Kansas Street Improvements in Liberty, Missouri and I-470/Route 291 Bridge Rehabilitation project. He is actively involved on the KCK Chamber Board of Directors and ACEC-Missouri and Kansas chapters as well as other professional organizations. Outside of work, Earl enjoys coaching youth wrestling, playing golf and spending time with his wife and 3 children.
Bob is a civil engineer with 40 years of engineering and management experience that includes directing complex projects from concept to fully operational status, and managing staff of 50 multi-disciplined professionals. He has a client-oriented approach to project management and leadership, and proven ability to interface with clients and owners to maximize project success. Bob has specialized in the management of multi-disciplined projects of all types and is a former CEO of an engineering company. As such, he has been project manager or principal-in-charge of a great variety of projects ranging from regional correctional facilities to research laboratories to automation and control of wastewater treatment facilities.
Stephen Wells is a partner and Vice President at Hg Consult. Steve has extensive project management experience on transportation planning projects throughout the nation, including environmental impact studies; transportation feasibility studies; multi-state high priority corridor studies; traffic impact evaluations; community and neighborhood plans; state, regional and local transportation master plans; state and regional freight plans; as well as transportation economic evaluations. Steve's portfolio includes the I-229 Double Decker Bridge EA in St. Joseph, the I-70 Truck Only Lanes Supplemental EIS between Kansas City and St. Louis, the I-80 Location Study and EA in the Quad Cities, and the Whitton Expressway EIS in Jefferson City. Steve has been actively involved in a number of professional societies and was the Chair of ACEC/MO for the 2019/2020 session.
Throughout his career, Jerry Mugg has successfully served as the overall leader for multi-office transportation practices and has served as client service leader for several major clients. In addition, he has effectively delivered several major programs and projects for transportation infrastructure owners, including both highway and transit agencies. Jerry has successfully served as Project Director on many major highway/bridge design-build projects and program management assignments. He has managed complex highway corridor planning and engineering design projects, major investment studies, environmental impact statements, toll feasibility studies, general engineering consultant services for toll agencies, major interchange design projects, and transit studies. Most recently, Jerry has completed several Planning and Environmental Linkage studies in Iowa, Colorado and Missouri.