Henderson Welcomes Russ Murdock

As a kid, he wanted to be an architect – until he realized how much he loved clearly-defined boundaries. Thus, an engineer was born.

For the last five years, Russ has been teaching at K-State, coordinating their architectural engineering student design team, and fielding calls badgering him to come home to Kansas City and Henderson Engineers.

Russ brings a passion for the construction industry and a collaborative mind to our team. His understanding of high-occupancy facilities, such as convention centers, hospitals, and sports venues positions him to take a leadership role on major pursuits at Henderson.

“My time teaching has made me a better engineer,” Russ said. “Students think differently, which has made me think differently; to question everything, and to look for innovations at every turn.”

Welcome to the family, Russ.

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