Farris Engineering celebrates Engineers Week with the announcement that one of its projects received the Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Nebraska (ACEC Nebraska). Our company was recognized for engineering design for the extensive renovation that created CHI Health’s Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy.
“To Benefit and Inspire” is how the International District Energy Association described the technical, energy, and cost saving elements of Farris Engineering’s SDSU North Chiller Plant design in its 4th Quarter 2017 IDEA magazine. IDEA awarded three honorable mention awards this year to entries that demonstrated creativity in response to challenges.
Brian Howell, PE, CxA, was promoted to Mechanical Department Team Leader in Omaha in January 2018. Brian joined Farris in 2015 as a Mechanical Engineer and became a Certified Commissioning Agent in 2016. Brian has many notable achievements at Farris including providing project management on the $110 million renovation of the Bergan Mercy Medical Center into a teaching and trauma facility.
Ryan King, PE was promoted to Omaha Office Manager in January 2018. Ryan joined Farris in 2011 as a Mechanical Engineer, and quickly worked his way up to Mechanical Department Team Leader. In his role as Office Manager, Ryan oversees staff doing project management, business development, and client relationship management activities.
Farris Engineering’s Ryan McPhillips has become a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) McPhillips, PE, LEED AP, has been an electrical engineer based in the Farris Lincoln office since 2014.
Farris Engineering designed the mechanical, electrical and plumbing elements for a ground-breaking $45 million renovation of the college’s Tutt Library.
Greg Kronaizl, Farris Engineering (center) accepts the IDEA 2017 Innovation Award Honorable Mention on behalf of Farris Engineering and South Dakota State University.
Fall is fast approaching and school will start soon. Some students at the University of Iowa will get to call the new Elizabeth Catlett Residence Hall their home for the next 9 months.
B2B Magazine focused its Summer 2017 issue around the Design Industry in Omaha. Farris Engineering is among the many great companies showcased in the issue.