For Heery, the commitment to sustainability began with the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries’ oil embargo and the resulting oil crisis in 1973. Energy was scarce and prices skyrocketed. Buildings, as one of the largest users of energy, presented a opportunity that building des... Continue Reading
Each year, Earth Day comes to us as a reminder of the importance our impact has on the global environment. Today, Heery celebrates the growing movement surrounding sustainable practices in design and construction by reminding ourselves of the impact our industry has on the global environment. ... Continue Reading
The Oregon School Facility Management Association (OSFMA) recognized Heery International for over 25 years of partnership and support at its 31st Annual Conference. OSFMA is an organization of school facilities maintenance professionals with the common goal of promoting and developi... Continue Reading
On February 28, design students from Kennesaw State University engaged in a Firm Crawl where they stopped by our corporate office in Atlanta for a backstage pass into the working world of Heery International.
The visit began with a tour, where students caught a glimpse of our office cu... Continue Reading
This year National Engineer’s Week was February 19-25, the very week the Heery Landover office holds its annual competition, the Paper Airplane Contest. On Monday, February 20, Heery employees competed to make an airplane using the approved paper and could only add an extra $1 worth of materia... Continue Reading
Heery's Iowa City office gathered on February 17th to celebrate Phil Grimes’ retirement. Phil came from Heery's Orlando office to the Iowa City office in 2012 to be the construction manager for the new University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital. His guidance, leadership, an... Continue Reading
The University of Florida’s Harrell Medical Education Building recently earned LEED Gold Certification. The U.S. Green Building Council recognized the structure for its strong environmental performance and sustainable design. The new building employs a chilled beam system to reduce energy cost... Continue Reading
Every day when we listen to the news or read the paper, we are shocked by tragic scenarios and large-scale natural disasters. We must prepare our buildings for worst-case scenarios, it is a harsh reality. Given finite resources, however, hospitals must attempt to focus their resources on the m... Continue Reading
As the students travel from class to class at the new Hazel Wolf K-8 School, they are embraced by opportunities to learn. The living wall of plants is cared for and studied, the staircase demonstrates the mathematical equations involved in the building's design, and the outdoor teaching spaces... Continue Reading
Founded in 2006, Gingertown is a holiday spirited initiative that allots designers and teams to build creative town structures. Each year, David M. Schwartz Architects hosts the event and creates a new master plan for the "magical town of ginger." This year's site plan was set around the... Continue Reading
Aspen Valley Hospital celebrated the opening of their new healthcare facility with a ribbon cutting event on October 29th. The building's design reflects the existing context of Aspen and provides approximately 230,000 square feet of new and renovated space to meet the needs of the community. ... Continue Reading
The 3400 Overton Project team celebrated the topping out of the new seven-story, Class-A office building and parking structure on Friday, October 21.
Since breaking ground in the fall of 2015, the project has had over three miles of pilings put in place, 596 tons of rebar, over 500 pie... Continue Reading
The Philadelphia Navy Yard Clinic B615 recently held its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
Heery designed the newly renovated historic navy clinic building in the Navy Yard. The clinic provides medical and occupational health services for navy personnel in the Philadelphia region. The renovatio... Continue Reading
Staff from Heery Atlanta’s marketing, business development, interiors and sports architecture teams visited its 3400 Overton Park Drive project today to view the construction halfway through the concrete skeleton. Heery is providing biweekly onsite visits to give Heery staff a better knowledge... Continue Reading
Heery International Foundation is hosting its Charity Golf Tournament on October 10, 2016!
Heery clients, vendors, associates and subcontractors are invited to participate in our North Region's first Golf Tournament for Charity! Join us for a day of fun on the course s... Continue Reading
Heery hosted two Atlanta engineering and technology teachers for a day-long Engineering Teacher Externship where they experienced a real-life model of working in a collaborative engineering work environment. Ms. Lucy from Crim Open Campus High School and Mr. Campbell from Fredrick Douglass Hig... Continue Reading
In a safety culture, proactive steps against accidents are pervasive in every corporate undertaking. Promoting a safety culture sets an overall tone that communicates to employees, first, that employer’s care about their safety in and out of work, and, second, that accidents that threaten the ... Continue Reading
To spur some friendly office competition, we challenged our Heery-Atlanta Design Team to think outside the box. The task was to see which group could build the tallest structure using only spaghetti noodles, two marshmallows, a piece of tape and a cup. The challenge resulted in interesting and... Continue Reading
Congratulations to David Beaudine, Sr. Project Manager from our Spokane office on his appointment as representative of Construction Managers, to the Capital Projects Advisory Review Board's Project Review Committee for the State of Washington. It's a 3-year appointment and we're proud of your ... Continue Reading
Monday, March 14, marks a major milestone in the life of our Heery family. Bob Edney, our employee with the most years, celebrates 44 years at Heery.
Heery sat down with him and talked with him about his journey.
Where are you from?
I’m origin... Continue Reading