“As a Board member, my role is to help align HGA’s integrated, firm-wide resources to identify opportunities for our clients at the local and national level,” Henderson said. “Here in Rochester, we continue to support economic growth through partnership with local businesses to meet their growing facility needs. Because we are a small office, we are able to provide personalized one-on-one service to our clients while providing support to our other offices nationally.”
Among HGA’s notable Rochester projects are 318 Commons, University of Minnesota Rochester downtown campus, BioBusiness Center, Rochester Art Center, and the Multidisciplinary Simulation Center at Mayo Clinic.
Henderson has served on the Board of Directors and Committee leadership roles for numerous civic organizations, including Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce, Rochester Downtown Alliance, Grow Minnesota!, Olmsted Medical Center Regional Foundation, West Bank Community Board, and Rochester Golf and Country Club, among others.
HGA is an integrated architecture, engineering and planning firm that helps prepare its clients for the future. With offices in Rochester and Minneapolis, Minnesota; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento, California; and Washington D.C., the nationally recognized firm has developed expertise in the healthcare, corporate, government, arts, community, education, and science/technology industries since 1953. HGA’s culture for interdisciplinary collaboration, knowledge sharing and design investigation enables its clients to achieve success with responsive, innovative and sustainable design. Visit www.HGA.com
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