Henderson’s K-12 Practice Director Featured in Consulting-Specifying Engineer Roundtable

March 22, 2019

Henderson Engineers Vice President/K-12 Education Practice Director Doug Everhart was featured prominently in a Consulting-Specifying Engineer roundtable article on designing high-tech K-12 schools. Everhart, along with other industry design leaders, discussed using technology as a …

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Henderson Engineers Life Safety Expert Discusses Venue Safety on IAVM Podcast

February 22, 2019

Henderson Engineers Director of Life Safety Paul Villotti was the featured guest on The Venue, the official podcast of the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM). Villotti and host Greg Wolfe, education manager for IAVM, …

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Villotti Featured in ABC 7 News Amarillo Segment, Article on IAVM Future Leaders Conference

January 18, 2019

Henderson Engineers Director of Life Safety Paul Villotti was highlighted by ABC 7 News Amarillo as he presented at the biennial International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) Region 6 Future Leaders Conference at the Amarillo …

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Henderson Security, Access Control Expertise Featured in Facility Maintenance Decisions

November 13, 2018

Henderson Engineers Director of Life Safety Paul Villotti and Director of Security Design Mark Maurer co-authored an article on access control and security systems for Facility Maintenance Decisions/Facilitiesnet.com. The article focuses on installation considerations, specifications …

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Henderson Fire Protection Expert Shares ITM Importance with Facility Maintenance Decisions

October 2, 2018

Henderson Engineers Associate Vice President and Director of Code Consulting Mark Chrisman wrote “Fire Protection: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance” for Facility Maintenance Decisions and FacilitiesNet.com. He shared his expertise in coordinating the various facets associated …

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Henderson Associate Discusses LED Advances with Facility Maintenance Decisions

August 22, 2018

Henderson Engineers Associate and Electrical Engineer Dan Webb wrote “Shining a Light on LEDs” for Facility Maintenance Decisions and FacilitiesNet.com. He shared his architectural lighting expertise and the benefits of LEDs as one of the …

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Henderson Associate VP Writes LED Lighting Upgrades Article for Facility Maintenance Decisions

June 22, 2018

Henderson Engineers Associate Vice President Andrea Mulvany authored an article on LED lighting upgrades for Facility Maintenance Decisions/Facilitiesnet.com. She shared that careful consideration of savings, compatibility, and output can help managers lans and complete effective …

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Henderson Fire Expert Authors Dampers Article in Facility Maintenance Decisions

June 20, 2018

Henderson Engineers Associate Vice President and Director of Code Consulting Mark Chrisman wrote an article on ensuring fire damper performance for Facility Maintenance Decisions/Facilitiesnet.com. Chrisman shared that comprehensive inspection, testing, and maintenance of dampers is …

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Henderson Engineers Delivers Refabricating Architecture Presentation in Arkansas

November 20, 2017

Ryan Evans, director of sustainability for Henderson Engineers, gave a Henderson University presentation Thursday in the firm’s Bentonville office. Based on the 2004 book Refabricating Architecture by Stephen Kieran and James Timberlake, Evans described how standardizing Henderson’s practice can lead to improvement …

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Henderson Takes Part in “Designed to Burn” Presentation at AIA Kansas City

October 11, 2017

On Sept. 28, Henderson Engineers joined BNIM to present a special continuing education class on behalf of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Kansas City and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Central Plains division. …

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Acoustic Fabric Performance

February 1, 2017

What’s the deal with acoustic fabrics? Chances are you encounter them more frequently than you realize, and they likely make a big impact on your day-to-day experiences. Whether you’re in an office, classroom, performing arts …

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Athlete and Fan Security

August 23, 2016

With the successful conclusion of the world’s largest sporting event, it’s easy to forget the broad sweeping security fears that led up to the games. While there wasn’t a major incident, the public’s concern was …

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