The War on Supply Chain Labor Isn’t All About Money

April 19, 2022

Unless you live under a rock, it’s common knowledge that labor shortages are occurring in just about every industry in the United States. These shortages often cause bidding wars on talent which eventually leads to …

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New Life Safety Requirements for Business Occupancies

May 25, 2021

For those of us that work in healthcare, we are used to regular adjustments in regulatory and code compliance requirements. Starting July 1, 2021, hospitals that are accredited by The Joint Commission will face major …

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Recovering from Severe Winter Weather – Now What?

February 19, 2021

The recent severe winter weather and storms affecting much of the contiguous United States was felt by all. With offices in Texas and staff working remotely throughout the United States, many members of Team Henderson …

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Preparing for an Extreme Cold

February 11, 2021

As a firm headquartered in the Kansas City area with offices across the US, including the northeast, big temperature swings are something we’re used to here. This week, as we face an arctic blast brought …

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Client-First Mentality: Getting Henderson Involved Early Yields Sizable Long-Term Benefits

November 17, 2020

At Henderson, our priorities are a little different. We believe that when you put relationships first, people and projects thrive. Our connections with our clients extend throughout the entire design experience and progresses for the …

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Existing Building Commissioning: What You Need to Know

October 20, 2020

It’s no secret that building commissioning is one of the best risk management strategies you can utilize in construction. It not only improves energy efficiency but benefits building owners by significantly reducing overall operating costs. …

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Elevator Cab Cleaning System

August 31, 2020

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

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Maximizing Value: How to Optimize Low Building Occupancy

August 24, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the necessity of remote working, facility managers have had to focus on operating buildings below their designed building occupancy. If done properly, a building’s systems can be optimized, saving …

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Third-Party Inspections and Plan Review Offered by Henderson

June 16, 2020

At Henderson Engineers and Henderson Building Solutions, we believe in continually finding ways to help solve our client’s challenges so they can be successful, especially when it comes to third-party inspections, plan review, and commissioning. …

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Elevator Emergency Preparedness Guide: Hurricane Zone

June 9, 2020

While we can’t predict exactly what will happen during any given hurricane season, you can take proactive steps before, during, and after a storm to protect investments in your building’s infrastructure and equipment like elevator …

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Engineer-Led Design-Build: Better Than Standard Project Delivery?

May 13, 2020

At Henderson Building Solutions, we believe in a better process with our construction management delivery method. Running a facility isn’t easy. Most of our clients spend their days putting out fires, wishing they had a …

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Preparing Construction Projects Now for Surge After COVID-19 Pandemic

April 24, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the construction industry in many ways. Measures have been taken to protect our health and wellbeing as citizens, which has caused some projects to pause and delayed start dates for …

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Optimizing Your Venue During This Unprecedented Time

April 20, 2020

Without question, we’re facing a trying time as the world copes with the spread of COVID-19 and its fallout. As we all adjust to our new “normal” centered around social distancing, we’ve seen several venues …

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How COVID-19 Is Impacting the Power Grid

April 16, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on most people’s lives, affecting how we live, work, and play. But it’s also having an impact on our country’s electrical power grid. Over the last few …

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Infection Control Technologies for Building Design

April 16, 2020

The recent spread of the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought several new questions to the forefront with respect to the design and operation of the buildings in which we spend much of our time, specifically …

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Construction State of the Market

March 25, 2020

3.25.2020 The world as we know it has changed dramatically over the past couple of weeks, but construction is considered essential to health and safety, and we must agree. That means things for us are …

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Elevator Modernization, There’s Levels to This

March 5, 2020

Elevators are complex and require specialized expertise to operate and maintain; in fact, most facilities have to work through a third-party service provider to address elevator modernization and equipment issues. Everything, including the doors, shaft, …

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Building Monitoring Meets 21st Century Education

October 16, 2019

Once a building is operational, there can still be factors that disrupt its efficiency and keep it from functioning as designed. Achieving efficient operation can be challenging, which is why more and more schools are …

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What makes building commissioning successful on a project?

June 26, 2019

Building commissioning has evolved over the last two decades. The continuous development of the construction industry combined with the Great Recession has left the impression that commissioning is a commodity-based service to be engaged as …

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How Do I Choose A Good Commissioning Agent?

May 15, 2019

Throughout this series we’ve established the importance of building commissioning. Now we’re looking at the characteristics of a good commissioning agent and how to identify them in the procurement process. In our first piece, What You …

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