HRG Expands to King of Prussia

Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG) is opening a new office at:
630 Freedom Business Center, 3rd floor
King of Prussia, PA 19406

The civil engineering firm has six other offices in Pennsylvania and an office in in West Virginia. It is ranked as one of the Top 500 Design Firms by Engineering News-Record, and its projects have been honored by the American Council of Engineering Companies, Pennsylvania Highway Information Association, Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development, Pennsylvania Water Environment Association, and more.

The firm currently serves as the consulting engineer for West Goshen Township, the West Goshen Sewer Authority, Northwestern Chester County Municipal Authority, Kutztown Borough, and Pottstown Borough Authority. The firm also recently designed a pedestrian tunnel for the Delaware Canal Towpath under Conrail tracks in the Delaware Canal State Park.

“HRG has been serving clients in Southeastern Pennsylvania for many years,” company president Jason Fralick says. “This location in King of Prussia will bring us closer to our clients there, and we’re looking forward to growing our team with the talented professionals that call southeastern Pennsylvania their home.”

Edward A. Ellinger, P.E. will serve as acting assistant vice president (AVP) for the new office in addition to his role as AVP in HRG’s Harrisburg office. Cory J. Salmon, E.I.T. is being promoted to water and wastewater team leader and will be the first employee to work in the office on a full-time basis. Salmon has an undergraduate degree from Temple University, an MBA from Penn State University, and five years of experience in the planning, design, and construction of water and wastewater systems. While attending Temple, he served as an assistant varsity wrestling coach at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School and grew a deep appreciation for the Philadelphia area’s culture, particularly its historical landmarks, restaurants, and sports teams.

“I am excited to help HRG expand its presence in this area that I love so much,” he says.

HRG offers a full range of planning and design services related to roads, bridges, water and wastewater systems, municipal engineering, community planning, land development, water quality, and environmental compliance. The firm also provides financial planning, analysis, and grant administration services.
It was founded in Harrisburg in 1962 and has grown to employ more than 200 people in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. For more information, please visit the website at