• Henderson Welcomes Simon Ubhi to Our LA Office

    As a lifelong sports enthusiast, Simon Ubhi's determination and competitive spirit have quickly given him all-star status at Henderson Engineers. A Golden State native and UCLA alum, Simon, an electrical engineer, joins Henderson’s Los Angeles office as a project manager.

  • Westfield World Trade Center

    Consider the detailed coordination and communication that it takes to manage a project successfully. Now multiply that project by 15, add an immense level of security, work within stringent Port Authority regulations,and do it all under one very hard deadline, and you get the Westfield World Trade Center in New York.

  • University of Kansas DeBruce Center

    Connected to one of the most iconic college basketball arenas in the country, the new DeBruce Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan., combines the storied history of the beginnings of basketball with an immersive visitor experience. Basketball fans can practically hear the squeak of the hardwoods as they walk through the state-of-the-art shrine to James Naismith’s original "13 Rules of Basket Ball."

  • Acoustic Fabric Performance

    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 center, or an arena, the success of the space depends on your ability to hear clearly. But not all fabrics perform the same acoustically. Henderson Engineers recently tested a variety of acoustic fabrics to see how they stack up.

  • Welcome to the Team, Bob

    What do sailors and firefighters have in common? Aside from their dapper threads, their number one nemesis is fire. Smoke, heat, and flames send most people running the opposite direction; but not Bob Renton, Henderson's newest senior code consultant,

  • Darrell Stein Promoted to Senior Vice President

    When Darrell Stein isn't climbing a mountain, training for a marathon, or taking his 1978 Camaro out for a spin, he's focused on saving lives. No big deal.

  • Jason Wollum Promoted to Senior Vice President

    To be (an engineer), or not to be: that is the question. At least that was the question for Jason Wollum, the co-director of Henderson’s retail practice. Thankfully for us, he turned down a full performing arts scholarship to pursue his passion of designing for some of the country’s largest retailers.

  • Kevin Lewis Promoted to Senior Vice President

    Sure, Kevin Lewis is an expert at designing world-class sports venues. And yes, he received scholarship offers for both baseball and track. But what is his true talent? Mixing craft cocktails.

  • North Kansas City Northtown High School

    Across the country, buses are running and lockers are slamming shut as students shake off summer and return to school. Henderson Engineers is also buzzing as we prepare to begin the design process of a $60 million expansion and renovation of North Kansas City’s Northtown High School.

  • The Star at Frisco

    We’ve all heard the adage, go big or go home. Owner, president, and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, is known for his big ambition, and The Star, the new home of the Dallas Cowboys world headquarters, is no exception. Together with Gensler and Manhattan Construction Group, Henderson Engineers has been working to bring this state-of-the-art facility to life since 2013.

  • Nice to Meet You, Russ

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

  • Mike Haramia | West Coast Sports Practice Director

    At Henderson, we take sports seriously. Whether we're designing a world-class sports venue, getting ready to throw down in an epic game of ping-pong, or training for Taco Tuesday, we don't mess around.

  • Henderson Engineers Partners With Fire Door Solutions

    Henderson Engineers is proud to announce a new strategic partnership with Fire Door Solutions to serve the fire protection and compliance industry. The new alliance will expand on the life-safety services Henderson currently offers through Fire Dynamics, our team of in-house fire protection and code consulting experts.

  • Athlete and Fan Security

    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 not unfounded and raised important questions about what measures are taken to protect athletes and spectators at major sporting events. Zac Buckmiller, a mechanical engineer at Henderson Engineers, sat down with Doug Weis, director of technology, to discuss athlete and fan security.

  • Impact of Sports Lighting

    From basketball to swimming, the greatest athletes in the world are competing on sports biggest stage. With all of the excitement, employees at Henderson Engineers have been thinking about the facilities that house these competitions. Zac Buckmiller, a mechanical engineer at Henderson, sat down with senior lighting designer Ginger Rucker, and senior broadcast designer Michael Tran, to discuss sports venue lighting and its impact on television audiences.

  • Ventilation in Aquatic Centers

    With all eyes on the world’s largest sporting event, our engineers have been thinking about the facilities that house these competitions. Ryan Evans, Henderson’s director of sustainability, sat down with John Pummill, mechanical designer for Henderson’s recreation projects, to discuss ventilation for aquatic centers.

  • Henderson Engineers Now Offering Sports Broadcast System Design Services

    Henderson’s broadcast system design team provides complete design services for broadcast facilities, sports complex production facilities (both in-studio and mobile units), broadcast production house to local in-house CCTV systems, post-production audio and video editing systems, broadcast systems for internet users and audiences, and commissioning services for any existing or newly built broadcast facility.

  • Henderson Engineers Appoints New Director of Florida Operations

    Henderson Engineers is excited to announce the recent addition of Roger Perkins as Director of Florida Operations. Roger will oversee all local engineering services and will lead, coordinate, and supervise the Florida team on a daily basis.

  • Henderson Engineers Promotes Three to Senior Vice President

    To continue the leadership transition the company started more than two years ago, Henderson Engineers is excited to announce the following promotions to Senior Vice President.

  • HEI ranked #15 on CSE's list of 2015 MEP Giants

  • Henderson Engineers Announces Purchase of Office Building Five Pine Ridge Plaza

    Henderson Engineers announced the purchase of Five Pine Ridge Plaza, a four-story office building located at 8345 Lenexa Drive, Lenexa, Kansas, in the Pine Ridge Business Park.

  • Henderson Engineers Relocating Kansas City Crossroads Office

    Henderson Engineers, Inc., a national engineering design firm, will relocate their Kansas City, Missouri, office to the newly renovated Lead Bank Building in the Crossroads Arts District.

  • HEI recognized as #8 on EC&M's list of 2015 Top Electrical Design Firms

    EC&M's Top 40 Electrical Design Firms list for 2015 ranks electrical design firms based on revenue earned in 2014.

  • HEI Tops 2015 Engineering List for Retail, Restaurants

    HEI was recently listed in Commercial Construction and Renovation's 2015 Top Engineering Firms Report for Retail (#1), Restaurant (#3) and Total Billings (#5).

  • HEI Implements Revit 2016

    HEI is pleased to announce that we are now utilizing Revit 2016. This software addition allows for HEI to work in any version of Revit, providing better service for clients, and greater productivity.

  • HEI Moves Up 16 Places in ENR Rankings

    Henderson Engineers Inc. ranked No. 158 on the Top 500 Design Firms list.

  • HEI honored as a Healthiest Employer

    The Kansas City Business Journal's Healthiest Employers program recognizes organizations that have created outstanding wellness programs.

  • HEI ranked #13 in Consulting-Specifying Engineer Magazine’s MEP Giants 2014 list

    The list is comprised of the top mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering firms in the United States.

  • HEI Opens Los Angeles Office

    Serving both new and existing clients in the LA and greater southern California areas, the new office provides M/E/P and fire protection design services; construction administration services; and expertise in both Title 24 and CalGreen. The fully-staffed office will provide services within a variety of market sectors and will facilitate the permitting process with the City of Los Angeles for company projects in the area.