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Tom Huelman Receives 40-year Service Pin

Began his career with the City in 1977 in the Traffic Division

November 1, 2017 | 2 min reading time

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Tom Huelman receives his 40-year service pin from Mayor Lyda Krewson

During a brief ceremony in Mayor Lyda Krewson's office last month, Mayor Krewson presented Tom Huelman with a 40-year service pin.

Huelman began his career with the City of St. Louis, Traffic Division in September 1977 as a Traffic Engineer. He transferred to the Board of Public Service, Construction Division in March of 1985, and his title was changed to Civil Engineer III. In 2000, he was promoted to his current position of Civil Engineer Supervisor.

Members of the Huelman Family post with Mayor Krewson after the service pin presentation

Pictured from left: Lili Huelman, Lisieux Huelman, Tom Huelman, Mayor Lyda Krewson, Daniella Huelman

During his career, Huelman has worked on many significant projects including: Eads Bridge Vehicle Deck Reconstruction, City Radio Communication Center, Fire Department Training Tower, Grand Avenue Viaduct over Mill Creek Valley, Lansdowne Bridge over River Des Peres, North Tucker Reconstruction, South Grand Great Streets, and the Kingshighway Bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad.  

Huelman has also worked on numerous street improvement projects, numerous traffic signal and interconnect projects, numerous park improvement projects and projects at the Municipal River Terminal.

Huelman has a reputation of being very professional, conscientious, attentive to detail, and always is looking to protect the best interest of the people of St. Louis.

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