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Project Spotlight: Surgical Pavilion, Building Envelope Commissioning 

November, 18, 2020 at 49:00

Horizon Engineering Associates, LLP (HEA) was hired to provide building enclosure commissioning services for a multi-million-dollar new surgical pavilion project. Now complete, the new two-story, 82,000 sf building houses 14 operating suites, all with a focus on high-quality clinical care and patient experience. It also features private pre- and post-operative spaces, new signage, convenient drop-off and parking areas, exterior courtyards and a multi-story bridge that connects the facility to the existing hospital. The project allowed the client to move into their next generation of campus evolution and enabled to combine advanced technology with compassionate care to create a unique healing environment.

Q/A with Franklin Cedillo - Building Enclosure Associate

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Q/A with Michael C. English, Senior Partner (Part 5 of 5) 

October, 23, 2020 at 40:00

This year marks HEA's 25th Anniversary! To celebrate, we're sharing some insights from Founder and Senior Partner, Michael C. English.

What makes you most optimistic about the future of HEA?

The way we  are positioned in the market. We are moving towards work that is more complicated, both technically and execution wise. This will eliminate the concept of commoditization of the commissioning market for HEA; which makes us stand apart.

What are the key issues that you see HEA addressing in the future?

Growth is where we are going. I see opportunity for HEA and we will once again be in the right position post COVID-19 to stay ahead of the curve on trends that lie ahead of us.

Part 5 in a 5 part series.

Read Part 1 here.
Read Part 2 here.
Read Part 3 here.
Read Part 4 here.

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Q/A with Michael C. English, Senior Partner (Part 4 of 5) 

September, 18, 2020 at 26:00

This year marks HEA's 25th Anniversary! To celebrate, we're sharing some insights from Founder and Senior Partner, Michael C. English.

What is your favorite part about your job? What excites you most?

I enjoy the process of connecting opportunity with projects and people. Seeing where HEA can go, when we position ourselves correctly, is what excites me.

What are the key issues that you see HEA addressing in the future?

I think being a part of what is being built next and how it is being built is what is going to separate us moving forward. Also, we recognize that having a strong infrastructure with staff, process and capabilities on which to build upon is key to our success. Opportunity is everywhere…where we focus our attention is important.

Part 4 in a 5 part series. Stay tuned!

Read Part 1 here.
Read Part 2 here.
Read Part 3 here.

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Q/A with Michael C. English, Senior Partner (Part 3 of 5) 

September, 02, 2020 at 41:00

This year marks HEA's 25th Anniversary! To celebrate, we're sharing some insights from Founder and Senior Partner, Michael C. English.

What comes to mind when you think back on the first year of HEA?

That I was a mechanical contractor!!! So glad I chose to go down the engineering route.

What are some of your fondest HEA memories of the past 25 years?

All the people we have met along the way and seeing the development of individuals that have gone from entry level field engineers or receptionist to the leaders they are today.

Part 3 in a 5 part series. Stay tuned!

Read Part 1 here.
Read Part 2 here.

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Q/A with Michael C. English, Senior Partner (Part 2 of 5) 

August, 10, 2020 at 48:00

This year marks HEA's 25th Anniversary! To celebrate, we're sharing some insights from Founder and Senior Partner, Michael C. English.

What do you see as some of the biggest accomplishments since HEA’s start in 1995?
I look at the important projects that were successfully completed, the high caliber people that HEA developed but most of all an industry that was shaped due to my influence.

The US has experienced major shifts—politically, economically, culturally—over the last 25 years and, throughout, HEA has continued to increase its impact. What has made your approach effective over the years?
What HEA does cannot be done behind a desk. Most service providers don’t want to take the next or extra steps. For HEA, and for me personally, taking that extra step, getting your hands dirty and solving real problems, is what sets us apart.

Part 2 in a 5 part series. Stay tuned!

Read Part 1 here.

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Q/A with Michael C. English, Senior Partner 

HEA's 25th Anniversary (1995-2020)
July, 20, 2020 at 30:00

This year marks HEA's 25th Anniversary! To celebrate, we're sharing some insights from Founder and Senior Partner, Michael C. English.

What thoughts and emotions come to mind when you think about HEA reaching its 25th year?

I can't believe I am that old 😊 When I was younger, I always wondered what it would be like if I said I have 25-30 years of experience. Now I know. It’s a great feeling knowing that something was created from nothing and built to this level and having such an impact on projects and infrastructure across the country.

What made you start HEA?

First was the opportunity I saw, where there was a gap in the construction process and the answer was commissioning providers. I decided to grow this and develop the company as people have the right to work and live in a building that operates correctly and is energy efficient.

Part 1 in a 5 part series. Stay tuned!

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Message from our Founder: HEA's 25th Anniversary 

June, 11, 2020 at 53:00

25 Years and Building!

HEA is extremely proud to be marking our 25th anniversary – a significant milestone that not many companies achieve. It is particularly gratifying to be celebrating this anniversary as the future for commissioning looks so bright. A whopping 25 years ago, back in 1995, HEA was created. To put this into perspective, when I started HEA, Bill Clinton was President, the first Toy Story movie was released and some of you were not even born yet!

A big reason for HEA being successful for the past 25 years, is our strong belief and understanding of WHY we provide our services. A “why” statement is not about making money; that’s the result. The why is a purpose, cause or belief. It is the very reason HEA exists! HEA’s “why” statement is, “We believe everyone deserves to live and work in a building that is efficient and operates the way it was intended to.”

You can see our commitment to quality buildings reflected in our portfolio of important projects. HEA has shaped cities and left our mark of excellence with our involvement in projects across the nation, such as: National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Tappan Zee Bridge, New York Times HQ, LaGuardia Airport, Brookfield Towers, USTA Armstrong Stadium, Javits Center Expansion, Turkish House, Target stores nationwide, projects for Ford, GM, Mercedes Benz across North America, UM Mott Children’s Hospital, large-scale data centers and cleanrooms, to name just a few! It makes me exceedingly proud to see the work we are doing and the impact we are having in the communities we work in.

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