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Hibbeln Engineering Company, L.L.C. was established in 1997 to provide civil engineering and site design services.  Anthony John Hibbeln, P.E., brings to the practice 20 plus years of design engineering and project management experience Anthony worked for a large consulting engineering firm in Pennsylvania.  A registered engineer in four states, Anthony supports the group in developing plans that are implementable, sensitive to site conditions, and cost effective.  Our qualified staff are trained and experienced in civil engineering, site design, landscape design, and CAD.  The company is based on quality and professional service in all civil engineering disciplines with an emphasis on stormwater management.  As principal engineer, Anthony maintains close personal involvement with all projects. Through the use of modern technology and founded on years of regional experience, the firm can quickly prepare high-quality value engineered stormwater management, grading, erosion control, landscape design, and site improvement plans.  The firm operates with full AutoCAD capability. The plans are complete, concise, clear and legible, resulting in expeditious reviews by local and government authorities and special committees.

Hibbeln Engineering Company, L.L.C. is part of a consortium of professional service firms. The consortium includes three experienced principals with combined experience of over 50 years in these disciplines and seven staff members.  The three principals of the consortium are Anthony Hibbeln, (Registered Professional Engineer) Richard Collier, Jr. (Licensed and Certified Planner), and David Cavanaugh (Registered Landscape Architect).

LandConcepts is a professional services firm organized in 1997.  The firm is co-located and serves a diverse group of clients in both the public and private sectors from New Hampshire to Florida.  LandConcepts offers our clients a broad range of planning, site design and landscape architecture services.  Assignments range from large-scale master plans to detailed site design for institutions, colleges and schools, corporate centers, parks and nature centers, trails, new communities, golf courses, among others.

Biographical Profile of Principals

Anthony John Hibbeln    Anthony John Hibbeln, P.E. of Hibbeln Engineering Co., L.L.C.

Anthony Hibbeln is a registered Professional Engineer in four states, including PA, NJ, MD, and DE.  He earned a Bachelor of Science degree (civil engineering) from the University of Colorado and Master of Business Administration degree from St. Joseph´s University.  Anthony formed Hibbeln Engineering Co., L.L.C. in 1997 after 12 years with a large consulting engineering firm in Pennsylvania.  Anthony is the company´s principal engineer and leads and supports a group of professional engineers, landscape designers, and CAD technicians in developing plans that are sensitive to site conditions, achievable, and cost effective.  His projects range in scale and type from land development and subdivision plans for new communities and commercial uses to recreational trails and athletic field design.  He specializes in integrated stormwater management, drainage, hydrology and hydraulics, and Computer Aided Design (CAD).  He brings over 20 years of experience to his work.  Anthony is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers and the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers.

Richard Collier, Jr.    Richard Collier, Jr., AICP, P.P. of LandConcepts Group

Richard (Rick) Collier is a Professional Planner bringing over 25 years of planning experience to this assignment.  Rick has practiced in the private sector as consultant for a large planning and design firm in Philadelphia (1977-1998) with national assignments and as a principal of his own firm, LandConcepts Group (1998- present).  He is licensed as a Professional Planner (P.P.) in New Jersey and is certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).  He earned a Bachelor of Science degree (biology) and a Master degree (regional planning) from the University of Pennsylvania.  His project experience ranges widely from site design to large-scale master planning and resource management planning.  A major focus of his work is environmentally sensitive solutions to planning and design assignments.  Among his private sector clients are corporations and institutions, and his public sector clients have included all levels of local, state, and federal governments.  Much of his work includes master and land use plans for local and regional parks, open space, trail systems, national wildlife refuges, cultural resources areas, resource protection and conservation areas, nature centers, and school campuses. In addition to his professional work, Rick is a Council member and officer (Treasurer) of the Pennsylvania Planning Association ­ Southeast Region, and a member of the Upper Dublin Township Planning Advisory Board, Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association Board of Directors, and Temple University Ambler Landscape Arboretum Advisory Committee.  

David S. Cavanaugh   David S. Cavanaugh, RLA of LandConcepts

David Cavanaugh is a registered Landscape Architect in Pennsylvania with over 25 years of planning and site design experience.  After graduating from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science degree (landscape architecture), he worked for 10 years as a project manager for a non-profit community development organization and Philadelphia based planning and design firm.  His work included corridor studies and design guidelines and historic preservation planning.  Prior to forming LandConcepts, David was Vice President for a major real estate development company in the region.  In this role, he has been responsible for planning, design, and construction of several major golf course communities in the Philadelphia area.  His projects range in size from site designs to master plans for large landholdings to open space and trail system plans.  He has served public and private clients throughout the northeast U.S.  David has been active in the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) as a PA Chapter officer and national committee chair.  He was a founding Board member of the Wissahickon Restoration Volunteers and is serving as a member of the Advisory Board at Norwood Fontbonne Academy and the Facilities Committee of the Mount St. Joseph Academy.

Michelle N. Blynt   Michelle N. Blynt, Graduate Landscape Designer

Ms. Michelle N. Blynt is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture. Ms. Blynt has over nine years experience in the engineering field and is currently a project manager at Hibbeln Engineering Company, L.L.C. Ms. Blynt has had continuing education in the areas of computer modeling and computer aided design.

Ms. Blynt has past experience in the management of various planning and development projects. Projects range from single family and high density residential communities to the planning and development of commercial, industrial and institutional facilities including churches and schools. Ms. Blynt applies her education and experience to develop designs sensitive and appropriate to the needs of her client and the surrounding community. Ms. Blynt has extensive local experience in the Bucks, Chester, and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania areas.

Ms. Blynt currently is concentrating her efforts on site design including the preparation of land development and subdivision applications. She has extensive experience in the preparation of landscape and lighting plans, erosion and sedimentation control plans, narrative reports and NPDES permit application preparation, stormwater management plans, storm sewer (hydraulics) and stormwater management facilities design (hydrology). Ms. Blynt provides formal project presentations to municipal boards, commissions, agencies, authorities and the general public successfully relating the design elements of the project in laymen´s terms.