Plan. Build. Manage.

At Hensel Phelps, we develop, construct and maintain inspired landmarks that turn our clients’ aspirations into reality.

Every great landmark starts with a vision. At Hensel Phelps, we bring our clients’ vision to life with a comprehensive approach that begins with innovative planning and extends throughout the entire life of the property. Our expert development, construction and facility services teams ensure that every project meets our clients’ goals and objectives.

Development

Before a single brick is laid, Hensel Phelps development specialists forge a clear path to success with comprehensive services ranging from feasibility assessments to financing to permitting and beyond.

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Construction

For more than 80 years, construction has been the core of our business. We offer a full range of construction services that combine our proven process with the latest technology and world-class craftsmanship to create landmark buildings for our clients.

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Facility Services

Hensel Phelps’ facility services team offers a single-source solution that reduces operating costs, maximizes asset portfolios and continuously meets our clients’ goals and objectives in a constantly shifting environment.

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Safety, Quality, Sustainability & Technology

Our Zero Accident Safety Culture is firmly ingrained throughout our organization, and fully present on every project we deliver.

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We hold the highest standard for quality, and implement a comprehensive Six-Step Quality Control (QC) program.

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We have delivered more than 200+ LEED certified projects and are committed to the continued growth of sustainable building practices in our industry.

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We utilize advanced data capture and processing techniques to improve communications and leverage technology in the workplace.

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Hensel Phelps is an extremely well run company, with a professionally and properly staffed field office that provided high quality work that was completed ahead of schedule with minimal cost growth.

— Richard S, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers