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ENGlobal

 

MAIN OFFICE:

HOUSTON, TX
11740 Katy Fwy – Energy Tower III
Suite 1100,   Houston, TX 77079

15 OTHER US OFFICE LOCATIONS

SERVICES:
Advanced Information Management
Asset Management
Conceptual Design
Construction Management
Construction Management
Design
Engineering
Environmental Management
Project Planning
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NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES:
238 (2021)

HISTORY:
ENGlobal was started in December 2001 as a merger from the two companies, Industrial Data Systems Corporations and Petrocon Engineering, Inc. Their reputation stands upon multi-disciplinary, innovative, technologically integrated and cost-effective services that are focused on delivering key solutions to optimize processes, add values to businesses and deliver projects on time, on schedule and on budget. 

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Written by Carlos Garcia

January 19, 2012 at 8:30 pm

Posted in Engineers, Project

HDR

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Main Office:
8404 Indian Hills Drive
Omaha, NE  68114-4098
United States

Additional Locations:
11 Texas locations including Austin, Houston, Dallas

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennslvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

International locations: Canada, Australia, China, Singapore, Germany, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates

Company Information:
10,000+ employees in more than 225 locations worldwide

Engineering Services:
Architecture
Lighting Design
Landscape Design
Interior Design
Planning & Consulting
Civil
Structural
Smart Buildings
Surveying
Fire & Life Safety
Geotech
Hydraulic Engineering

History:
“In 1917, Henning H. Henningson was struck by how many people near and far needed better water works, sewer systems and electric plants. So he founded the Henningson Engineering Company in Omaha, Nebraska, adding value to the local community and inspiring positive change in neighboring states.

By the 1930s, our company was moving rural communities forward by lighting up their streets and helping them recover from drought. Just 20 years later, we added architectural services to our growing roster and expanded our engineering services to include resource management, community planning, transportation and more.

Chuck Durham, a civil engineer, led our early era of growth, as we expanded from 15 employees to more than a thousand. Chuck went on to become a philanthropic giant, instilling the value of giving back in the fabric of our culture.

Our entrepreneurial spirit continued into the 1990s, as our employee-ownership energized the company. By winning more global projects, we opened doors to share our talents with people around the world.

Today, we continue to collaborate with our clients to push boundaries and uncover new possibilities.” (source)

Selected Projects:

Pittsburgh terminal approach concept
Pittsburgh International Airport Terminal 

I-395/SR 836/I-95 design-build project, Florida, US
I-395 Signiture Bridge Design

PirbrightInstitute
The Pirbright Institute – Surrey, UK

ClevelandClinicAbuDhabi
Cleveland Clinic – Abu Dhabi, UAE

Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing
Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing – New York, USA

Air Liquide Research Tech Centre
Air Liquide Research + Technology Center – Delaware, USA

Nov. 2021 edited by Mariana Mercado

Written by Carlos Garcia

January 19, 2012 at 8:04 pm

KBR


Offices:
Main: Houston, Texas
601 Jefferson Street
713.753.2000

U.S. Locations:
Texas (Dallas, Deerpark, Killeen, San Antonio)
California (Camarillo, Carlsbad, El Segundo, Moffett Field, Ridgecrest, Torrance)
Monterrey, NL, MX
Mobile, AL
Birmingham, AL
Greenville, SC
Raleigh, NC
Arlington, VA
Newark, DE
Chicago, IL
Salt Lake City, UT
Auburn, ME

International:
New Liskeard, Canada
Edmonton, Canada
Greenford, UK
Leatherhead, UK
Gothenburg, Sweden
Kwidzyn, Poland
Moscow, Russia
Atyrau, Kazakhstan
Baku, Azerbuijan
Dubai, UAE
Haryana, India
Beijing, China
Singapore
Jakarta, Indonesia
Secunda, South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa
Australia (Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Gold Coast)

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES:
28,000+ Worldwide

SERVICES:
Engineering
Procurement
Construction and Design/Build
Project Management
Logistics Support
Special Facility Services
Lifecycle Services

HISTORY:

KBR, formerly known as Kellogg Brown & Root, was formed during the times of the Wright Brothers. The firm was started by Morris W. Kellogg after he opened a pipe fabrication busisness in New York. He was able to transform his business into an engineering firm that led to creation of new technologies, for example: the world’s first catalytic cracking facility in Baton Rouge, LA. The engineering firm then spread to cover more expertise after 1956 when KBR created the first European crude oil-based liquid ethylene cracking faciliy in 1956.

SELECTED PROJECTS:


Yorke Commercial Campus- Adelaide, Australia


DSTO Salisbury Laboratory Complex- Salisbury, Australia

Grenfell Centre Redevelopment- Adelaide, Australia

North West Shelf- Karatha, Australia

Complex at Peterson AFB- Colorado Springs, Colorado

Written by Carlos Garcia

January 19, 2012 at 7:33 pm

Posted in Engineers, Project

Renzo Piano Building Workshop


MAIN OFFICE:
Genoa, Italy

ADDITIONAL OFFICES:
Paris, France
New York, USA

Specialties:
Architecture & Planning


History:
Renzo Piano was born in Genoa, Italy in 1937 to a hard working family of builders. Piano developed a large interested in architecture by following his father’s profession and with his hometown city of Genoa. He studied at Politecnico of Milan University and worked in the office of world renown architect, Franco Albini.


In 1971 Renzo Piano set up Piano & Rogers office in London with Richard Rogers. in which they won the competition for the design of Centre Pompidou. Betwen the 1970s and 1990s Piano worked closely with Peter Rice, while having the firm Atelier Piano & Rice firm from 1977 and 1981. At the end of 1981 Renzo Piano began the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, in which 150 people are currently staffed in all three offices.


Selected Projects:

Centre Georges Pompidou-Paris, France

Zentrum Paul Klee-Bern, Switzerland

The New York Times Building-New York, USA

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California Academy of Sciences-San Francisco, California, USA

Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre-Noumea, New Caledonia

Nasher Sculpture Center-Dallas, TX, USA

Sources:
1) http://www.meyersound.com/news/2003/pompidou/
2) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Paul_Klee_Zentrum.jpg#file
3) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_York_Times_Building
4) http://www.greenroofs.com/projects/pview.php?id=509
5) http://inhabitat.com/jean-marie-tjibaou-cultural-center-inspired-by-native-architecture/
6) http://www.interlooparchitecture.com/item.php?id=2

Written by Carlos Garcia

August 29, 2011 at 8:05 pm

Posted in Architects