About ICF
Brock Hoegh
Vice President, Eastern Transportation Client Sector Leader
Brock works in the Environment and Planning group, bringing more than two decades of experience in the transportation industry.

Brock (CEP) works in the Environment and Planning group. He has more than two decades of experience in the transportation industry, including highway, freight rail, high-speed rail, and transit.

Brock began his career in the Midwest, working with a large national A&E company on large, complex National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) transportation infrastructure projects across the country. He initially focused on primary authorship of environmental impact statements, environmental assessments, and categorical exclusions focused on the social, economics, land use, and environmental justice impacts of projects and other environmental elements. This experience led him to the Eastern United States, where he began managing and delivering NEPA documents and forming and leading environmental planning practices.

Brock has worked on numerous substantial NEPA projects, including Legacy Parkway in Salt Lake City, Utah; Avenue G Viaduct and Roadway Bypass in Council Bluffs, Iowa; West Dodge Expressway in Omaha, Nebraska; Big Four Bridge Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Ramp over the Ohio River in Jeffersonville, Indiana; and the I-69 Section 6, Martinsville to Indianapolis, Indiana Section, which is currently under construction.

Since 2015, Brock has focused on regional and national environmental planning practice group leadership, concentrating mainly in the Southern U.S. Since joining us in December 2019, he’s been on the ground building strategic oversight of the geographic growth of our environmental and planning work in the East, with a particular focus on transportation.

Education
  • Masters of Community and Regional Planning, University of Nebraska
  • B.S., Natural Resources, University of Nebraska
Publications
  • (June 2015). President’s Message: Innovation Demands Passion and Commitment. National Association of Environment Professionals.
  • (March 2016). President’s Message: Water Wars – Who Wins? National Association of Environment Professionals.
  • (September 2015). President’s Message: Our Nation’s Infrastructure and Moving Transportation Forward. National Association of Environment Professionals.
  • (June 2016). President’s Message: Charting the Next 40 Years of Environmental Stewardship. National Association of Environment Professionals.
  • (November/December 2002). RRIF Loan Application Process Complicated but Rewarding. Crossties, a publication of the Railway Tie Association.