Mechanical Construction, Engineering & Service

Huge welcome to Scott Leinenwever our newest Sr Mechanical Engineer!

Posted April 30th 2018 (permalink)

Hermanson Company is pleased to announce that Scott Leinenwever, P.E. recently joined the team as Senior Mechanical Engineer. In his new role, Scott will be responsible for the oversight of mechanical design, researching, detailing, and documenting mechanical systems and equipment on Hermanson projects. Scott has been working in the mechanical construction industry for 43 years. He obtained an Associate’s Degree in General Studies from Glendale College, originally thinking he’d like to be an architect, but quickly gravitated to HVAC design and engineering. “I found that the physical environment that people work is in many ways the most important aspect of successful... Read More


Foreman Focus Friday: Sam Chedester

Posted April 27th 2018 (permalink)

When Sam Chedester was 20 years old, he bought a 1949 Harley Davidson motorcycle, but quickly realized he needed a better paying job to restore it. A coworker suggested he go to work for her husband who was a sheet metal foreman. Sam worked as a material handler for a year until his foreman referred him to Jeff Hermanson and he went to work at AccuDuct to start his apprenticeship. Three years into it, he asked to be transferred to gain field experience. Sam started at Hermanson in October 1996 and he’s been with us ever since! Now as a veteran Sheet... Read More


Hermanson serves lunch at the Seattle Union Gospel Mission

Posted April 19th 2018 (permalink)

Hermanson’s Tenant Improvement Group (TIG) does a lot of work within the City of Seattle. You could throw a stone and be guaranteed to hit a Hermanson project! With the City’s recent economic boom, we have been very fortunate to grow our workforce and presence as a company along with it. Seattle is a city full of opportunity and advancement but also has a large population of less fortunate individuals. Hermanson’s core values center around earning trust, building relationships, and creating a sense of community: we pick each other up! So why not apply those same principles to the community... Read More


Foreman Focus Friday: Dave Curley

Posted March 30th 2018 (permalink)

DAVE CURLEY HAS BEEN IN THE MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY FOR OVER 30 YEARS. Originally from Southern California, Dave transplanted to Washington State at the age of nine. His formative years were spent in the Pacific Northwest, but at age 21, he moved south again to stay with his cousin who owns a plumbing shop. There, he was introduced to the trade and his cousin helped get him into the local union’s apprenticeship program. After completing the 5-year curriculum, he moved back home to Renton, transferred to Local 32 and the rest is history! Dave has been one of Hermanson’s leading plumbing and... Read More


We've got a new HR Director! Welcome Tim Healey!

Posted March 23rd 2018 (permalink)

Hermanson Company is pleased to announce that Tim Healey recently joined the team as Human Resources Director. In his new role, Tim will act as a visionary and champion for bringing human capital, talent management, and organizational practices to Hermanson to assure that the company has a strong, steady supply of A-level talent at all times in all positions. Additionally, he will act as a member of the Executive Team, functioning as a strategic business advisor regarding key organizational and management issues. Tim has a rich background in Human Resources, with senior leadership experience in HR at companies such as Weyerhaeuser,... Read More