About HillDay

HillDay Public Relations, Inc. is an independent Houston-based full-service public relations consulting agency. HillDay also provides program and construction management support services and Momentum Workforce Development Program services through its subsidiary, HillDay Industries, Inc.

Since 2010, HillDay Public Relations, Inc. has been steering decisions that reach strategic objectives and results for its clients. It begins with a shared client connection steeped in intentional communications planning, avid client advocacy, and value-added creative and technical support services.

The HillDay team capitalizes on its expertise, experience, and resources to provide its clients with turn-key public relations, creative, stakeholder engagement, and government relations services. We offer a team with more than 100 years of combined experience and a proven track record of developing, executing, and managing results-oriented public relations services.

We are uniquely positioned to work with clients needing assistance with communications and marketing services that support large public infrastructure transportation planning and construction projects that require environmental review coordination. Our public engagement experience includes but is not limited to meetings with Most Affected Property Owners (MAPOs), public meetings, public hearings, and stakeholder meetings. In addition, we develop media packets, maintain public contact lists, public comment inventories and associated summary reports that support environmental review processes that result in favorable Records of Decision (ROD). The HillDay team has successfully led public involvement efforts that produce favorable environmental approvals for projects that exceed $118 million in annual economic impact.

HillDay also has an impressive track record of providing Supplier Diversity Programing Outreach and Compliance services, and Workforce Development programing through its HillDay Industries subsidiary. HillDay has successfully managed more than $1 billion in outreach and contract compliance programming that require Minority and Women-Owned Businesses, Small Business Enterprises (SBE), Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBE), Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB), and HUD Section 3 goal participation.