Mechanical Construction, Engineering & Service

Foreman Focus Friday: Jeremy Morrison

Posted June 29th 2018 (permalink)

Jeremy Morrison only recently joined Hermanson, but he is already making a name for himself as a trusted and valued member of the team. As the Piping Foreman for the SeaTac Airport North Satellite Expansion project, he is known for his planning and problem-solving abilities. With almost two decades of experience working in the mechanical construction industry, Jeremy can take quick and decisive actions necessary to maintain schedule and efficiency. In 2002, Jeremy’s steamfitter cousin introduced him to the industry and almost immediately he knew this would be his career. For the past 11 years, he has worked in Foreman and Project... Read More


Soph Davenberry wins two prestigious South Seattle College Awards!

Posted June 26th 2018 (permalink)

Hermanson’s TAB Field Engineer, Soph Davenberry, will graduate this month with her Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the Sustainable Building Science Technology (SBST) program at South Seattle College. The combination of her dedication to her academics, the SBST program, and her collaboration with her fellow students has earned her two prestigious honors: the SBST Outstanding Student of the Year award and the President’s Medal, awarded only to one Bachelor and one Transfer student each year. “When I think of ‘outstanding student,’ it was easy to call Soph Davenberry to mind. Not only is she outstanding academically, but she is a... Read More


GoPro For A Day: Vanessa Carman

Posted June 6th 2018 (permalink)

If you’re in the construction industry, you may have heard of a Trimble, but maybe you don’t know exactly what it does or how it’s used. In this installment of Hermanson’s “GoPro For A Day” series, our cameras follow Sheet Metal Journeyman and Trimble Operator Vanessa Carman through the Trimble process out at the Harrison Hospital Acute Care Expansion project in Silverdale to show you what a typical “day in the life” of a Trimble Operator looks like. The Trimble is a robotic instrument used to accurately measure slope distances and mark installation points for sleeves and hangers in the building... Read More


Foreman Focus Friday: Mike Stedman

Posted May 25th 2018 (permalink)

For Fitting Foreman Mike Stedman, mechanical construction runs in the family! He is third-generation – both his father and grandfather were pipefitters. His brother is also in the trade and two of his family members work for Hermanson – Detailer, Gary Stedman (uncle) and Estimator, Brent Rahm (brother-in-law). Mike has spent the majority of his time recently working at Boeing Everett on the 40-56 IRC upgrade. The project calls for long shifts and lots of overtime, but Mike finds his job to be very rewarding. He enjoys the comradery of working as a team and the challenging nature of his work. Plus,... Read More


GoPro For A Day: Tina Dannewitz

Posted May 7th 2018 (permalink)

In the second installment of Hermanson’s “GoPro for a Day” series, cameras follow Sheet Metal Journeyman Tina Dannewitz through the fabrication of air duct sections in the Hermanson metal shop in Kent. Tina operates a coil line ductwork manufacturing machine, which uses large spools of galvanized sheet metal to fabricate “L” shaped duct pieces. Each “L” piece is one-half of a pair, which combined together will create a complete section of rectangular ductwork. The process starts by pulling the required flat sheet metal from a spool and feeding it into the machine. According to the settings entered by Tina, the machine will... Read More