Jeremy S. Hugo, PE
Operations Manager
Construction Materials Services
Jeremy S. Hugo, PE manages field engineering and scheduling for SME’s Construction Materials Services (CMS) team in our Grand Rapids office, and also serves as Team Leader for SME’s Co-op and Intern Program in Grand Rapids. He provides project management, field engineering, and construction materials testing (CMS) in support of earthwork, foundation, and materials projects including foundation subgrade verification, compaction testing of backfill, concrete field testing, maturity testing of concrete, post-tensioning inspection, floor flatness, reinforcing steel inspection, and asphalt testing. He also performs visual engineering soil classification and deep foundation observations. Jeremy has a BS degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University and is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Michigan.

Jeremy started with SME in our Lansing office in 2002, and after three years transferred to the Grand Rapids office where he has been Project Engineer on over 375 projects in West Michigan. He has worked on many projects in downtown Grand Rapids including the Michigan Street Development which is the largest single development in downtown Grand Rapids, and Riverhouse Condos which is the tallest residential structure in Michigan.

His ability to provide efficient, practical solutions to problems that arise on project sites makes him the first resource for both clients and project team members. He uses real world experience combined with his engineering background to keep projects moving forward. Jeremy also takes time to ensure he is placing the right SME staff on the right projects.

Most of Jeremy’s free time is devoted to duck and deer hunting. Jeremy has served on the committee for the Holland Chapter of Ducks Unlimited for the past six years and is also currently serving on the board of directors for the American Concrete Institute West Michigan Chapter. He also enjoys snowmobiling and ice fishing during Michigan’s winters.