During H&H’s eighth annual Founders’ Day Celebration, Anne Zweibel, PE, was awarded the 2023 William W. Chang Award of Lifetime Achievement.
Anne has dedicated almost 40 years of work with H&H. Her countless accomplishments throughout the years do not go unnoticed as she continues to significantly impact H&H and the industry. Anne is known for her leadership, strong proposal writing, establishing close relationships with clients and employees, and mentoring future engineers. She has shared her expertise in engineering and proposal writing with many H&H employees.
Anne has worked on major H&H projects, including the McKinley Bridge, Rainbow Bridge, Chincoteague Island Bridge, Port Clinton Bridge, and Kew Gardens Bridge. Her expertise, dedication and commitment to the company have led to significant company growth and success.
“She is a true player and always willing to take on new assignments,” said CEO Sean Bluni.
“We feel you are extremely deserving, and we appreciate everything you have done for the firm in 40 years,” Bluni told Anne. “Thank you, Anne, for all you do for H&H and the industry. Congratulations on earning this well-deserved award.”
Recipients of the William W. Chang Award of Lifetime Achievement have upheld the H&H tradition of excellence through their extraordinary engineering capabilities, innovative yet practical solutions to technical challenges, and commitment to mentoring future generations of H&H engineers. Their exceptional technical achievements are numerous, and their dedication to H&H, our clients, and the engineering community has built upon our legacy and has inspired us to continue to achieve excellence.