About Hensel Phelps and Our Locations

About Hensel Phelps

Plan.
Build.
Manage.

From planning and design, to construction, and facility management, we work to solve our clients’ challenges from start to finish, and beyond. Our clients, both domestic and international, have entrusted us with a tremendous range of landmark projects, in nearly every market sector. 


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Locations

Locations

With locations throughout the United States, Hensel Phelps provides nationwide capability to provide Plan, Build and Manage services to our clients with consistent execution across all geographies.

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The HENSEL PHELPS Way

The HENSEL PHELPS Way

People, Process, Partnership and Technology, our clients call this The Hensel Phelps Way. Our collaborative approach, with proven processes, innovative technology and effective communication, allows us to deliver exceptional service at every stage of the life of a facility. 

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Introduction to HENSEL PHELPS

Discover Hensel Phelps' culture and services, and how we apply our expertise, experience and ingenuity for our clients.

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Hensel Phelps Awarded Pena Station Phase 1

Hensel Phelps Awarded Pena Station Phase 1

Hensel Phelps has been awarded Pena Station Phase 1 infrastructure project located in Denver, Colorado. The project’s primary focus is site development, and it consists of several large-scale civil scopes. The primary scopes consist of deep sanitary sewer installation, potable water installation, overlot fill, and asphalt placement, all working in conjunction to connect commuters to the adjacent rail line, which is scheduled to begin operation to and from the Denver International Airport in April of 2016.

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Environment and Natural Resources Phase 2 (ENR2) Reaches Substantial Completion

The Hensel Phelps ENR2 project is a classroom and office building at the University of Arizona in Tucson. This unique building consists of five stories and a conference room on the roof level. The structure is cast in place exposed concrete that sits on 92 drilled piers up to 85 feet deep. The exterior of the building is primarily storefront windows screened by steel fins of varying lengths, mounted vertically to the edge of the concrete decks.

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