Our management team draws from a combination of skills and experience that you won’t find anywhere else. Meet our team:
Henry is also the current Chairman of Hinkle Environmental Services, LLC. His former roles of note include but are not limited to: President, Hinkle Contracting Company, LLC (2010-2012), President, Hinkle Contracting Corporation (1982-2010) and Vice President, Cumberland Quarries (1978-1982).
Henry is a past Chairman of the Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors (KAHC), and a past Chairman of the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association (KCSA) as well as the Plantmix Asphalt Industry of Kentucky (PAIKY). He is also a Board Member of Kentuckians for Better Transportation.
Tom’s experience at Hinkle Contracting Company includes responsibility for the strategic planning, growth and over-all corporate profitability of the company as well as responsibility for all aspects of the company’s asphalt paving operations (including asphalt plants and lay down operations) as well as the company’s 15 limestone quarries. Major projects during his tenure at Hinkle Contracting Corporation and Hinkle Contracting Company include but are not limited to the improvement of Paris Pike from two to four lanes between Lexington and Paris, Kentucky, rebuilding I-62 from Cynthiana to Georgetown, Kentucky and the improvement of I-27 in Somerset, Kentucky as well as the widening of U.S. 127 to five lanes in Casey County from KY 70 to Liberty, Kentucky.
Tom is a 1979 graduate of Centre College with a BA in History. He is also the current Chairman of Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors, a past Chairman of the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association (KCSA), and a board member of The Road Information Program (TRIP), a national organization based in Washington DC.
Chad Conley has been a member of the Hinkle family’s businesses since he began his career in 2001. As Executive Vice President of Hinkle Construction Services, Chad is responsible for the management of the company safety program as well as the overall management of the company’s work.
Chad’s experience includes his work at Hinkle Contracting Company, including Vice President of Construction (2011-2012), Grading Division Manager (2009-2011,) Project Manager (2003-2009), and Cost Estimator (2001-2003).
During his career, Chad has been involved with numerous heavy/civil highway construction projects. Among those projects are the construction of an earthen dam for a Kentucky Utilities coal ash containment pond in Ghent, Kentucky, the construction of a CSX Transportation railroad yard in Sylvester, West Virginia, and a Design/Build project to widen the Mountain Parkway in Wolfe County, Kentucky.
Chad is a registered professional engineer in the state of Kentucky. He earned his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky in 2001 and was named “Young Construction Engineer of the Year” by the University of Kentucky’s Department of Civil Engineering in 2009.
Will’s industry experience includes but is not limited to his work as an HDR/Quest Engineering Project Engineer; major projects included but are not limited to work on the designs of the I-75/71 Ohio River Bridge Replacement Project and East Nicholasville By-Pass.
His experience also includes work as an Estimator and Project Manager for Hinkle Environmental Services (2011-2012).
Other major project experience includes work as Project Manager for the West Virginia Department of Transportation’s H-Pile Installation Projects at Walkers Branch Road, Wayne County, and 4000 CY of Roadway Excavation in Spencer County, Kentucky.
In November of 2012 Will became the Vice President of Hinkle Environmental Services. In addition to his responsibilities at Hinkle Construction Services, LLC, Will is currently the President of Hinkle Environmental Services, LLC.
Will holds a Masters of Science degree in Civil Engineering (2009) and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (2007) from the University of Kentucky; he also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics with Minors in Mathematics and History from Centre College (2005).
Will’s professional experience includes his work as a Project Manager/Landfill Manager (2005-2010), Assistant Division Manager (2010-2012), and Construction Division Manager (2012-2015) for the Hinkle Contracting Company. As Construction Division Manager, Will managed the grading, landfill and concrete construction division as it performed Kentucky highway projects, airports, commercial developments, and landfill construction projects. Other major projects and responsibilities during Will’s career include management of the construction of contained landfill cells, COD landfill cells, and major KYTC projects including railroads, subdivision development, and utility lines.
Will holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Technology with a Minor in Business Management (1995).
Will is currently the Director of Field Operations for Hinkle Construction Services.