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

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

Q & A with Alex Bertolini

What is your role at Hensel Phelps? As a project manager, essentially what I do is I work with a team of builders to construct any given project. It’s about getting a team with one purpose working together to achieve that goal. What’s the project you’re most proud of? The project I’m most proud of … Continue reading