Traffic, Access and Land Use Management





HCC is led by Chris Huffman. Huffman is a Professional Engineer with 25 years of experience in traffic and transportation engineering, including right-of-way impact analysis and Uniform Act activities. Huffman founded and administered the Corridor Access Management program of the Kansas Department of Transportation and has conducted and reviewed traffic impact analyses and development plans for countless economic developments. Huffman joined Martens Appraisal in 2005 and became a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in 2008. He combines his expertise in valuation and transportation engineering in both appraisal and consulting projects.


Huffman has been the principal contract appraiser / reviewer for this city client in their continuing efforts to preserve right-of-way for future roadway expansions. Huffman has conducted Uniform Act compliant appraisals and reviews on over 20 properties for this client.

City of Andover, Kansas Corridor Management – Ongoing Implementation (2010-Present)

Past Work 


Chris is an experienced teacher and boasts an impressive training resume, including lectures at the South African Transport Conference, 1st International Access Management Conference in Athens, Greece, five of the nine U.S. Access Management conferences, engineering society events, professional organization events and at major universities. He was recognized by the National Highway Institute in 2009 and 2010 as an Instructor of Excellence.

Huffman is an NCEES Registered Professional Engineer with more than 25 years of engineering experience, allowing him to be an expert on traffic engineering.

Huffman is a Kansas Supreme Court Approved Mediator.

Huffman has functioned as an expert witness and as a litigation consultant in matters of condemnation and inverse condemnation.

what WE DO

Huffman works with the professionals at Martens Appraisal and is a state certified appraiser.