HDR Engineering Company History Timeline

1985
1985 employed Joseph F. Kreski, architect graduate.
1989
Lied Center for the Performing Arts 1989 , 12th Q St, Lincoln, Nebraska.
1994
HDR opened its Kansas City office in 1994, and today HDR has offices in the St Louis and Springfield areas, as well.
Francis Jelensperger was named CEO of HDR in November 1994.
1995
Transportation was the company's largest business sector projects such as bridges and train and trolley lines accounted for 59 million of HDR's revenue in 1995.
1996
An employee group bought HDR back from Bouygues in September 1996 for about 55 million.
1997
Jelensperger was replaced as chairman by Richard Bell in August 1997.
1998
The previous year 1998 , HDR had acquired Simpson Group, an architectural and engineering firm based in San Antonio, Texas that had an 80-year history.
1999
In 1999, its HDR Architecture subsidiary bought Ehrlich-Rominger of Los Altos, California, a firm specializing in microelectronics and biosciences architecture.
2000
Two other acquisitions were made in 2000 Edward Consulting Engineerings, Inc., served the electronic and heavy industrial manufacturing sectors, and selected assets of Braun Intertec Corporation related to environmental consulting.
2001
Revenues were expected to reach 450 million in 2001.
2002
Oliver B. Pollak, Nebraska Courthouses Contention, Compromise, and Community Images of America Series Chicago Arcadia Publishing, 2002 , 90.
2005
Holland Performing Arts Center 2005 , Gene Leahy Mall, Omaha, Nebraska.
2008
Leaders Board of Directors, HDR website, accessed September 30, 2008, http www.hdrinc.com 3 11 default.aspx.
2011
Architecture firm HDR opens office in Lincoln Omaha-based company is led by graduate of UNL, Southeast, Lincoln Journal Star December 8, 2011 , A4.
2012
2012 AIA Nebraska Honor Award for Unbuilt St Anthony Hospital.
2017
Jeff Barnes, 150 150 Nebraska's Landmark Buildings at the State's Sesquicentennial Architectural Foundation of Nebraska, 2017 .
Founded
1985
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