CHARLOTTE, N.C. (August 22, 2017) – BGE announced today the addition of Kory Hedrick, PE, as project manager to address the growing needs of the company’s land development and roadway projects in the Carolinas and Southeast region.
Hedrick joins the team from the City of Charlotte where he served as an engineering project manager reviewing more than 600 land development projects for permitting and almost 200 rezoning cases since 2015.
“We’re excited to have Kory on board to help strengthen our technical expertise and further solidify the service to our clients” said Eric Hampton, PE, vice president with BGE. “We’re looking to aggressively grow our business here, and with Kory’s addition to the team, we’ve taken a big step forward in pursuing that goal this year.”
Hedrick began his career with a private firm as a civil engineer and joined the City of Charlotte in 2008 as a transportation roadway inspector. He moved up to a transportation civil engineer in 2012 where he managed multiple infrastructure projects ranging from roundabouts, new roads, turn lanes, pedestrian refuge islands, and multi-use pathways.
A graduate of Bluefield State College in Bluefield, W.V., Hedrick is a licensed professional engineer (PE) and a project management professional (PMP). He is also an associate member of Urban Land Institute and a full member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
Ranked No. 142 in Engineering News-Record’s 2017 Top 500 Design Firms, Brown & Gay Engineers, Inc. (BGE) is a nationwide engineering consulting firm that provides services in civil engineering, planning, construction phase administration, and environmental services for public and private clients. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Houston, the firm employs more than 550 people with offices in Texas, Arkansas, Florida, and North Carolina. For more information, please visit bgeinc.com.