Original Company Founded
The roots of S. T. Hudson were planted with the establishment of the original company, which specialized in marine and harbor construction, pile driving, and heavy civil works.
Samuel T. Hudson, Sr. Becomes Stockholder
Samuel T. Hudson Sr. moved from a carpenter and dock builder to a major stockholder in the company, working with his father Robert Hudson to grow the company through the First World War, the depression era of the 30s, and World War II.
S.T. Hudson Officially Established
Samuel T. Hudson II, P.E. established S. T. Hudson Engineers, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Turning Point for S.T. Hudson
Several major projects—including redesigning a loading dock for ARCO and building a barge dock and completing design repairs for BP Oil—marked a turning point for S. T. Hudson.
Move to Camden, NJ
S. T. Hudson relocated from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the other side of the Delaware River, in Camden, New Jersey.
Memorial Pier for the USS New Jersey
To bring beauty to the city of Camden, S. T. Hudson designed the Memorial Pier for the USS New Jersey, now an important piece of American history as well as a tourist attraction.
Robert S. Hudson Becomes President
Robert S. Hudson, P.E. became President and Chief Executive Officer of S. T. Hudson Engineers, Inc., continuing to grow the company’s solid business values and strong client relationships.
Headquarters Relocated to Cherry Hill
With expansion in mind, the S. T. Hudson team moved from Camden to establish their new headquarters in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Hudson Expands into Gulf Coast Region
S. T. Hudson opened their office in Houston, Texas, bringing their marine engineering expertise to the Gulf Coast region.