Liz Greer

PE

Health Sector Behavioral Health Practice Director
Liz credits her love for engineering to her Kansas State University professors who illustrated how designing systems could bring a building to life. She saw the beauty in designing those unseen elements tucked within the walls and ceilings that keep an environment bright and its occupants safe.

Liz joined Henderson Engineers as an electrical designer in 2013 and today serves as the behavioral health practice director, overseeing client experience, technical quality, and innovation as it relates to her practice. She is passionate about contributing to the healing process and sees her projects as her way of making life on this rock a little bit better. The building process is what first inspired Liz, and now as a professional engineer, she combines her compassion for people with her passion for engineering.

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  • Bachelor of Architectural Engineering

    Kansas State University


Thought Leadership

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