Henderson Associate Joins Plumbing Industry’s Elite Group of Engineers
October 2, 2020
Henderson Engineers Plumbing Technical Director/Associate Warren Rosenbrook, PE, CPD, GPD, FASPE received career pinnacle recognition as a member of the 2020 induction class into the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) Kenneth G. Wentink College of Fellows. This lifetime selection is the society’s highest honor and recognizes individuals who have made significant and exceptional contributions to the plumbing engineering profession, ASPE, and the plumbing industry.
“Joining the elite group of plumbing engineers who are the keepers of vast industry knowledge is an incredible honor,” Rosenbrook said. “Henderson has always encouraged me to go deep into my field to become an expert. I’ve been fortunate to dive deep and use my skill set to educate, train, and mentor all our colleagues involved in plumbing engineering. We take plumbing engineering seriously here at Henderson Engineers.”
Rosenbrook noted the support he has received from Henderson’s leadership has been key to his success.
“Receiving unified guidance to be the best plumbing engineer from the highest levels of our firm has always been appreciated,” he shared. “Their support of my involvement with ASPE — specifically with getting other Henderson employees involved across the nation — is very important. Their support has been unwavering, and I have always known my efforts to be appreciated.”
With more than 30 years of experience the plumbing industry – and over 23 years at Henderson – Rosenbrook has made his mark on the industry, especially with his clients and colleagues.
Colleague Scott Murray, associate and senior mechanical engineer said, “Warren has an incredible technical mind for plumbing as well as on many other subjects. His knowledge of plumbing design, concepts, theory, and even the history of plumbing issues and solutions seems boundless. And besides the vast plumbing knowledge he already has, his desire to learn more about what’s new and the current technical challenges of the industry is as strong as it’s always been. With all that expertise and knowledge, he is as nice a person as anyone.”
Previously, Rosenbrook was named the Plumbing Engineer Magazine/PHCP Pros 2019 Engineer of the Year. He is a native of Kansas City, Missouri, and earned a mechanical engineering degree from Georgia Tech.Read More News