HEB Leads Transportation Planning for New Hampshire Communities

Since his arrival at HEB, Jordan Pike, PE, PTOE, has been leading HEB’s transportation and traffic engineering services and advocacy for safe transportation corridors for all users. After a successful 13-year career at Connecticut DOT, focusing on transportation projects in both the Traffic Engineering and State Highway Design offices, Jordan relocated to the White Mountains of NH and brought his talents to HEB. Under Jordan’s leadership, HEB hopes to work with local municipalities and public agencies in addressing transportation concerns.



Jordan Pike - HEB Engineers
Jordan Pike, PE, PTOE

Jordan has a variety of transportation experience including safety studies, traffic signal design, transportation planning, highway design, and administering federal aid projects. He is an advocate for modern roundabouts and has given presentations on this topic through the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). Jordan’s modern roundabout project on Route 111 in Monroe, CT was a big success by providing a much-needed intersection safety improvement, creating a gateway into the historic district, and adding sidewalks to create a more walkable community. He continues to stay involved with roundabouts and is an active member on the ITE Roundabout Committee. In addition to his project work, Jordan also values the role education plays in the transportation industry.  He’s mentored students at the University of New Hampshire, the University of Connecticut, and the University of Hartford through the Capstone Program.

HEB is currently providing Transportation Planning services to assist member communities within the North Country Council (NCC) and Lakes Region Planning Commission (LRPC) in assessing existing transportation concerns. The goal of this work is to develop solutions and associated costs for vetting with the respective Transportation Advisory Councils. Ultimately, the proposed scopes will be submitted to NHDOT for consideration in the Ten-Year Plan. Current projects involve the communities of Gorham, Randolph, Shelburne, and Conway for NCC and Meredith and Plymouth for LRPC. Transportation concerns range from intersection safety to solutions for pedestrians and bicyclists. We are more than happy to discuss our Traffic and Transportation Planning & Design services and how they could benefit your community!

LRPC transportation improvements on Route 3 in Plymouth

Site of future Plymouth transportation improvements project for the Lakes Region Planning Commission (LRPC).