Mechanical Construction, Engineering & Service

Photo of the Month - June 2014

Posted June 13th 2014 (permalink)

This month's winner comes from Service Technician Tom Batty who wins a fabulous prize.

Winning Photo

A large screw compressor is lowered by crane to be changed out at the 333 Elliott Building by the Hermanson Service Department.


Photo of the Month - March/April 2014

Posted May 5th 2014 (permalink)

We've been a bit busy, so we decided to mix together March and April's photos and the winner is Noel Galvin!

Winning Photo

This is a grease interceptor being lowered by crane at the Hill 7 job in Seattle. Jeff Dale and the Bell man are guiding the 21,000lb interceptor into place for the future Hilton Hotel kitchen. We're working on this job in conjunction with developer Touchstone and GC Mortenson Construction.


Photo of the Month - February 2014

Posted March 7th 2014 (permalink)

For the February 2014 edition of the Hermanson Photo of the Month, the winner is Steve Hengl!

Winning Photo

This is the Costco Hangar at Boeing Field. Completed in Spring of 2013 with Ferguson Construction, this was a Design-Build Project where Hermanson installed the HVAC and Plumbing. The team was Steve Hengl as the PM, Dave Nehren & Frank van der Harst – Engineering, Noel Galvin/Jeff Dale – Plumbing and Rob Beckord – Sheet Metal.


Super Bowl Photo Contest

Posted January 31st 2014 (permalink)

A few weeks ago we asked our employees to send in any Seahawks photos that they had from this past season to get ready for the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII. We then would pick our favorite and that person would win some Seahawks gear!

We are happy to announce that our winner for this contest is Ryan Wolfer who sent in this gem -

Check out the other entries in the gallery below and...



Photo of the Month - November/December 2013

Posted January 14th 2014 (permalink)

For the November/December 2013 edition of the Hermanson Photo of the Month, the winner is Dave Gough!

Winning Photo

Jesse Williams, Dan Basher, and Ryan Wolfer replace a condenser coil in a service call to Bellevue Technical Center.


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