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At Henderson Engineers, we’re about more than buildings. We’re about the people, experiences, and potential found inside. Since 1970, our emphasis has been on technical excellence, client-centric relationships, and helping both people and projects reach their full potential.

We provide single-source design and service solutions for the life of the building, from initial design to remodeling to commissioning. We provide total building system design services including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, architectural lighting, fire and life safety, code consulting, audio-visual, and broadcast, security, technology, commissioning, engineer-led design-build, and sustainability consulting.

With 12 locations across the country, our nationwide footprint provides seamless project service wherever our clients need us. We’re always focused on how the building’s design impacts its functionality. Simply put, we make buildings work.

Henderson designs systems for various facility types in markets including retail, sports, grocery, healthcare, education, corporate, and multi-use. Check out the Portfolio section on our website to see a virtual tour of our past and present projects.

Responsibilities

We are currently seeking an On-Site Project Manager in our New York City Office. In this role, the On-Site Project Manager will provide client contact for all onsite services and spend 60% of their time in the field performing initial due diligence surveys, coordinating installation with contractors, resolving field conflicts; 20-30% generating reports, training staff, responding formally to RFI's and 10-20% completing the necessary overhead functions, required documentation, scheduling etc.  Some of the main responsibilities in this position will include:

  • Project walk-throughs and initial site surveys
  • Conduct site coordination and monitoring
  • Submittals i.e., shop drawings, material data, samples and product data to verify that the correct products and quantities will be installed
  • Preparing Punch lists to show anything that is incomplete or incorrect
  • Resolve construction conflicts while maintaining contractor relations and providing the best service possible to our clients

Position Requirements

Our ideal candidate will have a true passion for the construction process and be a very energetic person with a “do what it takes” attitude.  The ideal candidate will also demonstrate success in the following skills and abilities:

  • MEP coordination – this person will have a vast understanding of all disciplines including sprinkler and fire alarm
  • Excellent communicator and enjoy the client facing responsibilities of this role and have the tenacity to work well on their own with little to no guidance
  • Have a passion for sharing knowledge with a growing and developing staff.

Benefits

Henderson's success is a direct result of quality individuals working together toward one common goal – long-standing client relationships. To this end, Henderson is committed to the support and growth of our employees by providing several key benefits which include:

  • Competitive compensation and high bonus potential
  • 401(k) with industry-leading match and generous profit sharing
  • Casual attire workplace
  • Flexible hours
  • Family-friendly working environment
  • Company-sponsored activities for employees and their families
  • Diverse portfolio of exciting and innovative design projects
  • Tremendous opportunities for professional growth and advancement
  • Commitment to sustainable design
  • A comprehensive wellness program supporting physical, financial, social, career and community essentials

Awards 

2015 “Healthiest Employer” – Kansas City Business Journal

2014 -2015 “#1 Top Engineering Firm- Commercial Construction and Renovation”

2014 “Hall of Champions” – Kansas City Business Journal

2011-2014 “Top 20 MEP Giants List”- Consulting-Specifying Engineer
 

2011 “Merit Award for Excellence in Architecture” – AIA Central States

2010-2014 “Top Engineering Firms Nationwide- Building Design & Construction” (BD+C)
 

2010-2015 “Top 10 Retail Architects/ Engineers Report”- Commercial Construction and Renovation

2010-2015 “Top 50 Engineering Firms Nationwide – Building Design & Construction”
 

2009 “Engineering Firm of the Year” – American Subcontractors Association- Kansas City

2009 “Top Ten Green Projects”- AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE)

2009, 2010, 2014 “Champion of Business” – Kansas City Business Journal

2008-2016 “Top 500 Design Firms” – ENR

2006, 2007, 2009-2015 Finalist “Best Places to Work” – Kansas City Business Journal

Henderson Engineers, Inc. is an EEO – M/F/V/D employer and participates in the E-Verify program

 

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