In announcing that Preston Haskell would receive Engineering News Record Southeast’s 2020 Legacy Award, the magazine wrote that Haskell’s founder “has been one of the design-build industry’s most prominent and persistent promoters.”
Preston Haskell Appreciates ENR’s Legacy Award as a Tribute to Values and Team
Haskell Foreman Thornborrow Retired His Drill Sergeant Whistle
John Thornborrow, a Haskell general foreman at the Lower Poplar Water Reclamation Plant in Macon, Georgia, doesn’t act like a drill sergeant to the employees and subcontractors he oversees.
Mechanical Engineering Chief Matt Ford Receives Engdahl Award
Matt Ford, Haskell’s Chief Mechanical Engineer, is the 2020 winner of the company’s Engdahl Award, given annually to a Haskell employee who has provided leadership and made significant contributions to design excellence.
After U.S. Army Tours, Womack Appreciates His Haskell Superintendent Duty
Jon Womack doesn’t hesitate to say that the military changed his life, but he isn’t one to talk about it much. Tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan and surviving an IED explosion will do that to a person.
Broadbent Transitioned Seamlessly from Seabees Chief to Haskell Superintendent
Some military careers transfer perfectly to civilian life, and that was absolutely the case for Ron Broadbent, who simply went from one design-build organization to another.
Marine Corps Veteran Asmah Appreciates Haskell’s Focus on Family
It was a high school visit from a Navy recruiter that steered Eben Asmah to the United States Naval Academy and five years of active duty in the Marines.
Haskell Superintendent Lancaster Sought Challenge of the Marines
What’s the fun in choosing the easy way? That’s what Wes Lancaster was thinking when he decided to join the Marine Corps after graduating high school in 1991.
Certified Sling Conducts Rigging Training on Haskell Job Site
Haskell’s Permanent Craft Employee (PCE) construction team at a confidential client’s water treatment facility in Florida recently conducted rigging refresher training with an instructor from Certified Sling LLC.
Crews on Three Haskell Job Sites Complete Custom Pipefitting Training
Haskell's technical training team recently completed basic pipefitting training on three Haskell job sites.
Having Climbed the Ranks to Superintendent, Ken Yuille Exudes Haskell Values
Ken Yuille had worked as a concrete finisher for his entire career when he joined Haskell in 2006. He’s now a project superintendent who has overseen construction of some of the company’s most high-profile projects, but he’s still guided by the...
Bushong’s Strong Leadership Rallies Crews in Pandemic
As the coronavirus overwhelmed the New York metropolitan area in March and construction sites shut down en masse, Haskell’s construction of a large-scale catering kitchen for United Airlines in Newark, New Jersey, was one of the only industrial...
Homegrown Talent Bradley Excels as a Builder and a Leader
During one of Bobby Bradley’s first days as a carpenter apprentice at Haskell, his superintendent sat him down and asked what he wanted from the company. An 18-year-old kid whose carpentry talent earned him a job straight out of high school, he...
Interns Conclude By Offering Advice to Haskell Leadership
As Haskell’s Summer Internship Program concluded, participants tackled one last professional challenge, presenting a sweeping group project in which they reviewed and made recommendations about the six pillars of Haskell 2025, the company’s...
UF Intern Moreno Appreciates Her Real-World Experience
Although this is Camila Moreno’s first year as a member of Haskell’s Summer Internship Program, a previous glimpse inside the company set her up for success.
Third-Year Intern Grows In Knowledge and Responsibility
A veteran of Haskell’s Summer Internship Program, Stefan Langebeeke returned as one of only two third-year interns in the Class of 2020. Over the years, he has developed his architectural skills and seen his responsibilities grow.
Tuskegee Senior Williams Applies ROTC Values to Internship
No member of Haskell’s 2020 Summer Intern class values discipline and drive more than Montinez Williams, a Tuskegee University senior and Army ROTC cadet.
Professional Engineers Day Is Cause for Celebration at Haskell
It has been almost 115 years since the first professional engineering license was issued to Charles Bellamy. Today, the National Society of Professional Engineers celebrates its fifth annual Professional Engineers Day to acknowledge the...
Interns Play Important Roles On Haskell AEC Teams
As August began, most Haskell interns returned to their respective schools with new skills, new stories and new experiences to further their career pursuits. And while the Summer Internship Program was a rich learning experience for its 58...
Haskell Intern Emily Moseley Is Racing Toward Her Engineering Career
For Emily Moseley, engineering isn’t only a job.
Superintendent Nathan Faloon Focuses on Satisfied Clients
Five years ago, Nathan Faloon and his family sought relief from the harsh winters of New England. Hailing from Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, Faloon accepted a job in Miami in 2015, where he worked as a project superintendent.