Tiffany Shaw grew up loving to build and fix things with her father. She never knew this love for problem solving would lead her into engineering. Tiffany is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a BS degree in civil engineering....
Haskell’s E-Week 'Pioneer of Progress' Spotlight: Tiffany Shaw
Haskell’s E-Week ‘Pioneer of Progress’ Spotlight: Leow Wei Jin
Leow Wei Jin has always been a very technical person. Since childhood, Leow preferred to understand concepts rather than memorize them.
Haskell’s E-Week 'Pioneer of Progress' Spotlight: Darrell Purkey
In a career that has spanned more than 45 years, Darrell Purkey has created designs for a variety of facilities, including hospitals, military buildings and many food-and-beverage plants. But much of his work can’t be seen during a site tour,...
Haskell’s E-Week 'Pioneer of Progress' Spotlight: Lon Reilly
As a senior engineer for automation at Seiberling, a Haskell Company, Lon Reilly creates intricate electrical design and software development for the food and pharmaceutical companies that are his clients.
Haskell’s E-Week 'Pioneer of Progress' Spotlight: Sue Tryon
Sue Tryon grew up visiting job sites with her father, a structural engineer. And while those visits sparked her interest in architecture and engineering, it was an eighth-grade drafting class and algebra class that cemented her career direction.
Haskell’s Landscape Architecture team grows sustainability and promotes civic leadership at Green Apple Day of Service
Since beginning in 2012, the Green Apple Day of Service (GADoS) has worked to unite communities in making schools safer, healthier and more sustainable.
Straightforward style helps Haskell superintendent Steve Clifford bring Honolulu Coast Guard project to conclusion
Haskell Project Superintendent Steve Clifford was just finishing a challenging job for the United States Coast Guard (USCG) in California when his phone rang.
Haskell Wastewater: Superintendent Brad Meadows Learns, Educates and Innovates on Biosolids Project
Project Superintendent Brad Meadows at the Southwest Water Reclamation Facility in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Fresh out of the University of Alabama with a degree in civil engineering, Brad Meadows spent the first three years of his professional...
Under Waldo Salado's Field-Focused Leadership, Haskell's EPC process delivers solutions in the Latin America Region
As a construction manager in Haskell’s Mexico City office, Waldo Salado delivers solutions.
Superintendent Aaron Ware Rocketed Up Haskell Construction Ranks
Aaron Ware joined Haskell in 2009 as a temporary laborer, a guy who, in need of a life change, had migrated from one corner of the country to the other.
Utilizing CMAR to Create Efficiency Through the Value Engineering Process
One of the main benefits of construction management at-risk projects is that the contractor is involved – not only in the construction phase but also in the design phase. This benefit is particularly advantageous when the project’s construction...
Safety Week or Safety Year-Round?
During the week of May 6 - 10, many within the construction industry will come together to make safety the central focus on projects of all types and sizes. This noble effort is conducted to drive safety awareness among the craft professionals...
Why We Celebrate Architecture Week
This week, we take a moment to celebrate and reflect on architecture through the annual ‘Architecture Week’. We recognize good design, architecture’s ability to transform places and to be inclusive, to be innovative and to be resilient.
Our Architects Make an Impact Through Civic Engagement
Architects live for innovative thinking and collaborative design engagements with their building project clients. But these unique and amazing skills don’t have to be kept solely in the studio. The cities and towns we call home can benefit...
Engineers Week 2019: Invent Amazing
For Engineers Week, we are getting to know some of Haskell's engineers across the globe. With varying disciplines and years of practice, our engineers describe what inspired them to join the industry and what keeps them motivated day in and day...
5 Overlooked Costs of Used Equipment
Have you been challenged to install a packaging line quickly? This is becoming a frequent occurrence in order to capture market share in the fast-paced food and beverage industry. Does your plan include reusing or buying used equipment to reduce...
When a Controls System is Out of Control
A client came to us with a familiar problem: their bottling line had multiple efficiency and quality issues. Their system included a new packer and sealer with associated empty carton, full carton, and full bottle conveyor systems. The client was...
Utilizing Design-Build Delivery to Provide Water Treatment Solutions on a Deadline
Owners often look to design-build delivery as a means to accelerate the overall schedule for their water or wastewater project. In fact, schedule advantage was cited as the #1 reason for selecting design-build delivery in a recent survey of...
Haskell Completes OSHA Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction
As part of the Annual OSHA Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, Haskell had the opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to safety and the protection of the craft professionals who engage our projects. Not only did Haskell accept...
6 Reasons Cans Are Better for Wine Packaging
From brunches to baseball games, the popularity growth in wine consumption, particularly among younger generations, is leading wine makers to consider a packaging option previously relegated almost exclusively to the beer and soda industry: cans.