HOH has won several
awards from the National Society of Professional
Engineers (NSPE) for "One of the Ten Outstanding
Engineering Achievements in the United States".
These are awards that elude even the largest of
engineering firms throughout their existence. They
depict the investment grade capability required for
project funding by financial lenders and investors.
HOH's ability to engineer large or complex projects
is underscored by the following four selections of
HOH projects by the NSPE:
Inland Steel Company No. 1 Continuous Slab
Caster and Water Pollution Control Facility.
Recipient: HOH Engineers.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation Ladle Metallurgical
Facility. This project was also selected by the
American Consulting Engineers Council (ACEC) for
"The Grand Award" in the Special Projects
Category. Recipient: HOH Engineers & HOH Systems
Milltech HOH research and development neural
network regulator project, which gave rise to
the now operating Intelligent Arc Furnace TM or
IAFTM, selecting by the NSPE as "One of the Six
Outstanding Engineering Achievements in the
United States". Recipient: Milltech-HOH (which
has since become Neural Applications
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of
Greater Chicago "TARP" (Tunnel and Reservoir
Plan) project, a multi-billion dollar
internationally renowned pollution control and
flood abatement program. Recipient: HOH
Engineers (Environmental Group; One of five
Steel's Quality Verification Line was selected by
Controls and Systems Magazine as one of six
recipients of their Manufacturing Excellence Award
for 1991. Both HOH Systems and HOH Engineers were
employed for this project. In serving the domestic
steel industry for the full range of steel making
and steel finishing facilities since 1959, HOH
Engineers and HOH Systems have earned international
repute and renown, which are exemplified by numerous
projects that well exceed $300 million.
Furthermore, HOH was
one of eight firms chosen to represent the U.S.
Government in the International Technological