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Hurt & Proffitt (H&P), established in 1973, is a full service employee-owned engineering and surveying firm providing a comprehensive array of services. Our integrity, attention to detail, vast experience and commitment to professional standards have helped make us one of the largest engineering and surveying firms in Central Virginia, with offices in Lynchburg, Norfolk, Roanoke and Wytheville. Our professional engineers and surveyors are licensed in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, and West Virginia.
Hurt & Proffitt maintains a versatile, highly-qualified staff of 70 working in six in-house departments. Our employees take great pride in our more than 43 years of service in providing civil engineering, surveying, land development, geotechnical engineering, environmental services, and construction testing & inspection. Our experienced engineers, planners, surveyors, and support staff ensure quality while delivering project-specific solutions to our clients.
Hurt & Proffitt became a SWaM certified small business – #9824S, with the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise in 2004.
Hurt & Proffitt (H&P) and Anderson & Associates, Inc. (A&A), are excited to announce that we are combining the two employee-owned companies. The combination of H&P and A&A brings together two well-respected, Virginia civil engineering and surveying firms, who have both been serving clients throughout the Commonwealth for over 40 years.
On January 1, 2017, Anderson & Associates will join Hurt & Proffitt’s operation, and do business as H&P. The office will remain in Montgomery County, VA, and will continue to emphasize responsiveness and close attention to our current clients’ needs. Moving forward, our clients will continue to maintain the relationships with the individuals they have worked with in the past.
Jessica Littlejohn, PE, who joined Anderson & Associates in 2013, has been named Vice President of Blacksburg Engineering for the newly consolidated company, and Chris Kaknis, LS, who joined A&A in 1985, will be the Vice President of Blacksburg Survey.
“We are excited about the opportunities that the combined forces of our two firms will hold for the future,” says H&P President Bif Johnson. “Our industry is rapidly changing and growing. This acquisition will allow us to meet those changes head on and allow us to expand our services.”
Founded in 1968, A&A is a progressive professional design services firm specializing in civil engineering, surveying, and GIS. Over the past four decades, A&A has served as planners, designers, stewards, and advocates for institutional, municipal, state, industrial, and private sector clients.
H&P was founded in 1973 and has offices in Lynchburg, Roanoke and Wytheville. Combined, H&P and A&A will be a full-service civil engineering and surveying firm, strategically positioned to serve our clients on commercial, industrial, institutional, and municipal projects.
Hurt & Proffitt’s vision is “To responsibly grow our firm to provide opportunities for our employee-owners and innovative solutions for our clients.” Our mission includes recruiting and retaining employee-owners who share our vision, providing outstanding customer service, and positioning ourselves to serve existing clients and expanding markets. “We see bringing Hurt & Proffitt and Anderson & Associates together as a great way to accomplish our vision for growth,” says Johnson.
H&P Vice President of Blacksburg Engineering, Jessica Littlejohn said, “We are eager for our two firms to join forces. Combining our organizations will give us more depth to help our clients move their projects forward efficiently. We can’t wait to get started.”