Jamie B. Keener, AICP

Senior Sales Executive Eastern Region

Mr. Keener is Senior Sales Executive for Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG). In this capacity, he is responsible for marketing HRG’s services throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and he is responsible for ensuring project compliance with HRG’s Quality Management Plan. His many years of experience include the planning, design and project management of industrial, commercial, institutional and residential developments throughout Pennsylvania. Other services he has provided include municipal representation; site and roadway design; infrastructure engineering; construction contract administration; review of subdivision and land development plans; inter-municipal agreement coordination; and assistance with water and wastewater system design, permitting, and operating.


Email: jkeener@hrg-inc.com
Phone: 717.564.1121
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  • B.A., Geography, Bucknell University


  • Certified Planner, American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)


  • American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), (1997-present)
  • American Planning Association, Pennsylvania Chapter (1997-present)


From January 2000 to January 2005, Mr. Keener was an office manager/planner for a local architecture/engineering firm. His responsibilities included managing all aspects of the Pocono Office, including sales, marketing, and project management. During his tenure at Buchart-Horn, Mr. Keener served as contract manager for a master planning contract at Tobyhanna Army Depot, project manager for an open-end engineering contract with Barrett Township, and project manager for the preparation of site plans for 30 AT&T Wireless cellular communication sites in Middlesex, Monmouth, and Sussex Counties, New Jersey. Mr. Keener also prepared various planning studies to determine water, wastewater, transportation, and educational needs and reviewed land development plans for various municipalities throughout Pennsylvania.

From May 1988 to January 2000, Mr. Keener was a planner/designer for a local architecture/engineering firm. His responsibilities included assisting with the preparation of subdivision and land development ordinances, zoning ordinances, and comprehensive plans. He also performed stormwater management studies, designed stormwater management facilities and erosion control plans for new development, and reviewed land development plans for various municipalities.

From November 1987 to May 1998, Mr. Keener was an erosion control technician in York County, PA. His responsibilities included reviewing erosion control plans and enforcing the PA Clean Streams Law.