Nashville Office Opening Covered by Three Business Publications

August 2, 2019

The opening of the new Henderson Engineers office in Nashville was covered in the Nashville Business Journal, Nashville Post, and Kansas City Business Journal. The office officially opened on Aug. 1 and marks Henderson’s 12th location nationwide.

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Henderson Engineers Opens Nashville Office

August 1, 2019

Henderson Engineers, a national building systems design firm with more than 800 employees nationwide, officially opened an office in Nashville under the leadership of Russ Carter, PE. The Nashville location opened Aug. 1, becoming Henderson’s 12th office in the U.S.

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Henderson VP Participates in Consulting-Specifying Engineer Roundtable

July 26, 2019

Henderson Engineers Vice President/Healthcare Practice Director Mark Chrisman participated in a Consulting-Specifying Engineer roundtable discussion on design of government facilities along with five other industry leaders.

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Carter Featured in Nashville Business Journal People on the Move

July 18, 2019

Russ Carter, new director of Nashville operations and an associate for Henderson Engineers, was featured in the Nashville Business Journal People on the Move section. Carter, a Nashville AEC industry veteran, brings two decades of leadership and project management experience to his new role.

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Henderson Technical Leader Named Millennial on the Move by PHCP Pros

July 2, 2019

Henderson Engineers Associate/Plumbing Technical Leader Christoph Lohr was one of 13 young professionals named a Millienial on the Move by PHCP Pros. Lohr, based in Henderson’s Phoenix office, shared his vision to enhance recruiting of young professionals to foster a work environment to meet their needs.

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Henderson Engineers Technical Leader Presented ASHRAE Exceptional Service Award

June 26, 2019

During the ASHRAE Annual Conference in Kansas City, Henderson Engineers Mechanical Technical Leader Kelley Cramm received the organization’s Exceptional Service Award. The honor recognizes individuals who have continued to serve the association faithfully and with exemplary effort.

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Henderson Engineers Associate VP Named NextGen Leader by KC Business Journal

June 25, 2019

Henderson Engineers Associate Vice President for Learning & Leadership Development Angie Grant was selected for the 2019 NextGen Leaders class, the Kansas City Business Journal announced. The prestigious program honors 25 rising stars in the Kansas City business community.

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Henderson Engineers Announces Fire & Life Safety Leadership Transition

June 13, 2019

Henderson Engineers announces Chris Culp as the new director of fire and life safety. Culp succeeds Darrell Stein, who previously held the role since 2001 and was recently given additional leadership responsibilities for Henderson. Culp …

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Henderson’s Refrigeration Milestone Highlighted in The Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News

May 24, 2019

The Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News covered the recent Henderson Engineers announcement on the refrigeration group celebrating 10 years and 2,000 successfully completed projects. The group officially started in 2009 following a request from …

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Henderson Engineers Celebrates 10 Years and 2,000 Projects by Refrigeration Group

May 17, 2019

The Henderson Engineers refrigeration group recently celebrated 10 years and 2,000 successfully completed projects.

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Henderson Associate VP Earns 40 Under 40 Recognition from Consulting-Specifying Engineer

May 16, 2019

Henderson Engineers Associate Vice President for Learning & Leadership Development Angie Grant earned a spot on the prestigious 40 Under 40 list from Consulting-Specifying Engineer. The 40 Under 40 award is presented to 40 nonresidential professionals ages 40 and younger who stand out in a host of personal and professional aspects in their lives.

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Henderson’s Ruiz Delivers Keynote to Cal Poly Pomona RAMP Graduates

April 29, 2019

Carlos Ruiz, a mechanical designer for Henderson Engineers in Los Angeles, delivered the keynote address for the Reading, Advising, & Mentoring Program (RAMP) at Cal Poly Pomona on April 25. As a former graduate of the program, Ruiz understands the important role RAMP played in shaping the person he is today. With a mission to increase retention and graduation rates of low-income, first-generation college students, and students with disabilities at Cal Poly Pomona, RAMP fosters academic excellence, leadership development, and cultural awareness.

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