Syska Hennessy – Spring 2020
A few words from Gary and Cyrus
When our team first began working on this issue of Connections, we were early into the new decade. At that point, we were envisioning a theme of renewal.
Sweet Home Chicago
Adaptive-reuse projects tend to elicit feelings of excitement from some engineers and trepidation from others.
People say that beauty is only skin-deep; it’s what’s on the inside that counts. We agree completely. After all, most of the work we do is imperceptible to everyday observers.
Banking on Collaboration
Multi-Office, Multi-Practice Team Designs Systems For JPMorgan Chase Campus in Plano.
Syska Hennessy Group is a leading global, full service MEP firm with specialist services for information and communication technology, commissioning, architectural lighting design, vertical transportation and sustainability. With more than 500 professionals across 18 offices, we provide a full range of engineering services for projects of every size and every budget. Since 1928, we have been designing smarter, safer and more efficient buildings by integrating essential system that adopt to our changing world.
Editor Michelle Galindez Russo
Lead Writer/Copy Editor Rachel Antman, Saygency
Creative Direction and Development Supreme Creative Ltd
Communications Editor Jonathan Forman
Ari Burling Photography, Palomar Community College Operation and Maintenance Facility-Javier Laos, UCSB Bioengineering-Moore Ruble Yudell, Katherine Marks Photography, Dave Miller- Dementi Photography, Syska Hennessy.
Contributors Gary Brennen, Cyrus Izzo, Alexis Xun Xia, Tim Tyrell, Michelle Baratta, Thomas Webb, Joseph O’Sullivan, Tim Krawetz, Danielle Ford, Brandon Smith, Wayne Safarlie, Leigh Ann Vogel, Wil Leong, Jim Regan, Michael Terrigno, Bob Stickney, Anthony Jamsek, Sergiu Pelau, Olga Rodas, Kristopher Baker, Robert Bolin, Abbye Lakin, Daniel P. Scheuerman, John McGauvran, Fred H. Williams, SENSE, SHAPE, Saygency, and the Marketing Development Agency.
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