is an employee-owned architectural
and consulting firm based in Omaha
. HDR has worked on projects in all 50 U.S. states
and in 60 countries, including notable projects such as the Hoover Dam Bypass
, TD Ameritrade Park Omaha
, and the The Roslin Institute
building. The firm employs professionals representing hundreds of disciplines in the architecture, energy, federal, private land development, resource management, transportation and water markets.
Founded in 1917 by H.H. Henningson, the Henningson Engineering Company got its start as a civil engineering firm in Omaha, where HDR's headquarters remain today. Willard Richardson and Charles W. "Chuck" Durham
joined the firm in 1939 as interns. By the 1950s, Richardson and Durham had purchased shares in the firm, and it became known as Henningson, Durham and Richardson, Inc.
The company's first project was designing a power station
for the city of Ogallala, Nebraska
. Similar projects followed as the firm helped cities and towns throughout the Midwestern United States
create the water, sewer, electric and road systems that would help them emerge from frontier status. The company built a reputation for quality and integrity, operating under the philosophy "Work Well Done."
HDR Architecture, which is a company within the HDR, Inc. family, is known for its award-winning designs of a full range of urban enviornments, campuses and buildings for... Read More