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Hensel Phelps Supports Education

Corporately and locally we support and participate in the ACE mentor program.  In the valley, the program serves students at Metro Tech. Hensel Phelps provides a mentor and educational material to lead a group of high school students as they plan and develop a project and make a presentation at the final dinner meeting. Find out … Continue reading

Michael Fitzpatrick – Employee Profile

Hired to the Plains District from Montana State University in 2004, Mike has been with Hensel Phelps for six years.  Working on multiple projects in Colorado, Mike made his way to Washington DC in 2006 as a member of the Pentagon Renovation Project. After three years out east, Mike landed at Sky Harbor Airport in … Continue reading

Going Green

Hensel Phelps is committed to protecting the environment, and this commitment is fulfilled by incorporating sustainable principles and environmentally responsible practices into the company’s administrative and construction operations. Fundamentally, this responsibility leads to individual actions that enhance human health and foster a transition toward sustainability. The level of personal commitment to sustainable design and construction … Continue reading

Sky Train Project

More than 1,200 aircraft arrive and depart, over 600 tons of cargo is handled, and a $90 million economic impact is made on a daily basis at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. So how do you improve one of the 10 busiest airports in the nation? With a sky train, of course, to help … Continue reading

Ten years later…a rebuilt Pentagon

A decade ago, the graphic 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center shocked the world. What sometimes gets hidden in the story was the crashing of American Airlines Flight 77 into the Pentagon in Arlington, VA. As a response to heal and show the country’s resiliency, America decided to rebuild the Pentagon quickly. Hensel Phelps … Continue reading

Best apps for construction workers

When the whole “app” thing began over six years ago, we couldn’t predict how it would impact our lives. With millions of apps currently on the market, most people can find what they need in all areas of their life, including business. In particular, construction workers have many options available to assist in their success. … Continue reading

One accident is one too many

For many people, an injury at work can mean a paper cut or a case of carpal tunnel syndrome.  But in the construction industry, it can be life or death. That’s why safety training and practices is the number one priority at Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Because of training and safety measures in the industry, … Continue reading

Today’s students. Tomorrow’s workforce.

“Hensel Phelps believes in being a good neighbor, contributing its part to the community and being environmentally responsible,” says Alex Bertolini, project manager. That’s why Hensel Phelps Construction Co. is proud to partner with The Green Schoolhouse Series and eager to show the benefactors of its inaugural Safari Schoolhouse project how exciting the construction industry … Continue reading

EnviroMission

In 2001, Australian-based EnviroMission Limited started searching for the best possible site for the world’s first Solar Tower power station. Now, with Hensel Phelps signed on, the company committed to developing renewable energy technology on a global scale is focusing on the southwestern United States and expects the first Solar Tower to be developed in … Continue reading

Good growth for Hensel Phelps

Before becoming a multi-billion-dollar company, Hensel Phelps started in 1937 in Greeley, CO as a small, local builder. Twenty years later in the 1950s, Joseph Phelps, son of founder Hensel Phelps, decided that the best way to attract the most talented construction people was to offer them ownership in the company. Because of that, the … Continue reading

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