Henderson Unveils Elevator Air Quality & Cab Cleaning System

May 19, 2021

As time goes on, there seems to be more and more reasons to focus on improving indoor air quality (IAQ). Whether in allergens, pollutants, smells, or even the unknown potential for infection spread, the general …

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Kansas City International Airport Project Officially Halfway Through Completion

February 17, 2021

Henderson Engineers is the engineer of record for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design for the new $1.5 billion single terminal at Kansas City International Airport (KCI) .

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Flann’s Vaccine Cold Storage Interview Picked up by Yahoo! News

December 19, 2020

Henderson Engineers Principal/Healthcare Practice Leader Jon Flann was previously interviewed by 41 Action News in Kansas City to share how Henderson can assist clients in designing for ultra-low temperature storage for vaccines, and now the piece has been picked up nationally by Yahoo! News.

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Flann Interviewed by FOX 4 News on Vaccine Cold Storage

December 19, 2020

Henderson Engineers Principal/Healthcare Practice Leader Jon Flann shared with FOX 4 News in Kansas City to share how Henderson can assist clients in designing for ultra-low temperature storage for vaccines. Flann was interviewed by Multimedia Journalist Chris Searcy at the Henderson headquarters.

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Principal, Healthcare Leader Flann Shares Vaccine Cold Storage Expertise On 41 Action News

December 18, 2020

Henderson Engineers Principal/Healthcare Practice Leader Jon Flann was interviewed by 41 Action News in Kansas City to share how Henderson can assist clients in designing for ultra-low temperature storage for vaccines. Flann spoke with Reporter Dan Cohen about logistical considerations.

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Esports Practice Leader Highlighted in KOMU Esports Piece

November 20, 2020

Henderson Engineers Esports Practice Leader/Acoustical Consultant Kevin Butler was interviewed by KOMU-TV — the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri — on the future of the esports industry. Butler shared that esports has continued to thrive even during the pandemic due to its ability to hold competition and broadcasts remotely.

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Henderson Listed in VMSD Article on Innovative, Mobile-First Walmart

November 10, 2020

Henderson Engineers was included in a Visual Merchandising and Store Design (VMSD) article on Walmart’s mobile-first makeover. With the world quickly changing around all of us, retailers are reimagining shopping in the digital era with a focus on contactless technologies as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Esports Insider Features Henderson’s Role in Development of NACE Guidelines

November 6, 2020

Following Henderson’s joint announcement with Populous and the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) on the development of esports guidelines, Esports Insider published an article by H.B. Duran highlighting the news. Duran also noted that between the formation of the Kansas City Esports Coalition and Esports Arena’s expansion into the region, the Kansas City area stands to benefit from the income, tourism, and opportunity that esports brings.

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MetroWire Media Highlights Henderson in NACE Guidelines Article

November 6, 2020

Following Henderson’s joint announcement with Populous and the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) on the development of esports guidelines, MetroWire Media Managing Editor/Partner Lisa Shackleford published an article recapping the partnership of Kansas City-based firms.

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The Esports Observer Covers Henderson’s Role in Development of NACE Guidelines

November 5, 2020

Following Henderson’s joint announcement with Populous and the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) on the development of esports guidelines, The Esports Observer published an article by Senior Editor James Fudge covering the news. The Esports Observer is an official partner of Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal and the American City Business Journals (ACBJ).

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Kansas City Design Firms Leading Development of NACE Esports Guidelines

November 4, 2020

Two leading Kansas City area sports design firms have partnered with the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) to help develop official physical build guidelines for varsity esports spaces for the emerging esports industry that is rapidly gaining popularity, especially on college campuses. Populous developed the original set of guidelines together with NACE and now Henderson Engineers has joined to expand the guidelines for the only associate of collegiate and university-sponsored esports programs.

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Henderson Listed in Sports Business Journal Feature on SoFi Stadium

October 7, 2020

Henderson Engineers was listed as the engineer-of-record for SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park in a Sports Business Journal feature, “Wow Factor: SoFi Stadium” by Karn Dhingra. The unprecedented and unparalleled sports and entertainment destination which recently opened in Inglewood, California is home to the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers of the NFL.

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Director of Engineering Schafer Describes UV Lighting Installed in HVAC System at Henderson Headquarters

September 25, 2020

Henderson Engineers Director of Engineering/Senior Vice President Dustin Schafer was featured on 41 Action News in Kansas City describing the firm’s recent installation of UV lighting in the HVAC system at the company’s workplace headquarters building in suburban Kansas City. The UV technology makes indoor settings safer by disinfecting air that circulates through HVAC systems.

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Venue Practice Director Lewis Featured on 41 Action News Discussing SoFi Stadium

September 18, 2020

Henderson Engineers Venue Practice Director/Senior Vice President Kevin Lewis was interviewed by 41 Action News KSHB – the NBC affiliate in Kansas City – sharing the firm’s contributions as engineer-of-record at SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park. The unprecedented stadium and entertainment district recently opened in Inglewood, California, and is home to the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers of the NFL.

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Henderson’s Director of Engineering Authors Article on Infection Control Technologies in Consulting-Specifying Engineer

April 22, 2020

Henderson Engineers Director of Engineering/Senior Vice President Dustin Schafer authored a thought leadership article, Infection Control Technologies for Building Design, that was picked up by Consulting-Specifying Engineer. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, building designers and operations personnel need to consider infection control technologies.

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Henderson’s Engineered Kansas City Chiefs Logo Earns International Coverage

February 8, 2020

Prior to the NFL championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, Henderson Engineers put together a human Chiefs logo that was specifically engineered by Electrical Technical Leader Erin Smith to meet exact specifications. It included 225 employees and was broadcast on Facebook Live.

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Ballpark Digest Names American Family Fields of Phoenix its Ballpark Renovation of the Year

September 11, 2019

In its annual baseball season-end awards program, Ballpark Digest named the American Family Fields of Phoenix its Ballpark Renovation of the Year. The extensive renovations and improved training conditions at the spring training home of the Milwaukee Brewers has earned praise far and wide following its first season.

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Henderson Listed in Wyandotte Daily $7M Grocery Store Article

August 16, 2019

Henderson Engineers was listed in the Wyandotte Daily as a member of the design team for the upcoming $7 million The Merc Co-Op, a 14,000 square foot grocery store in downtown Kansas City, Kansas.

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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 Engineers Listed in KC Biz Journal Article on TMC’s University Health II

February 12, 2019

Henderson Engineers was listed in a Kansas City Business Journal article by Lily Lieberman on construction beginning at University Health II, the $70 million Truman Medical Center office building in the Hospital Hill neighborhood. The …

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