Boston Engineering Company to Open New Office in Worcester

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WORCESTER – A Boston-based engineering company is opening a new office in downtown Worcester in the Guaranty Building at 370 Main St.

Howard Stein Hudson (HSH), an engineering, planning, and construction services firm, has opened their newest office in Worcester in response to increasing demand for services in the region.  

Thomas Stokes, Chief Executive Officer of HSH, said, “It is no secret that Worcester and the surrounding communities are booming.  The state, local, and business leadership has made this City and central Mass the place to live, work, and play, and we want to be a part of it.”

“As we continue to strengthen our existing relationships and develop new ones in the region, we believe our new location will be central to ensuring we continue to provide excellent customer service and assist our clients in fulfilling their vision that will continue to enable this region to thrive.  We’re excited about becoming part of the greater Worcester community,” Stokes added. 

The office will be managed by former Town of Spencer Department of Public Works Director Steven Tyler, P.E. 

According to HSH, Tyler is a recognized expert in infrastructure planning in the region and has extensive experience with Federal and State Funding programs.

HSH will provide the full suite of hands-on services they are known for, including civil engineering, roadway design, transportation planning, Complete Streets, public outreach, and construction services.  

Lead Photo: Guaranty Building at 370 Main St. in Worcester


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