Mission: Plan. Build. Manage. From planning and design, to construction, and facility management, we work to solve our clients’ challenges from start to finish, and beyond. Our clients, both domestic and international, have entrusted us with a tremendous range of landmark ...
The Hensel Phelps Way is more than a mantra – it’s a collaborative approach that blends proven processes, innovative technology and effective communication throughout every phase of the project lifecycle. It is the guiding force behind everything we do – and the reason our clients keep coming back to us with their most important projects.
The Hensel Phelps Way is built on four pillars: People, Process, Partnership and Technology.
We want our excitement and enthusiasm to be contagious – it’s long been a part of our company-wide culture. We are committed to fostering positive relationships, with the belief that through collaboration, milestones are achieved, landmarks are built and teams inspire performance.
We care about what you care about. That's why we encourage our employees to volunteer with organizations of their choice. Beyond nominal donations, we clean, paint, run, build and bake our way to a better community and world.
Ultimately, our culture is based on our core value of respect, which is to embrace the way employees inspire us to support diversity and inclusion, helping to develop an even stronger, more understanding and productive environment that makes Hensel Phelps a great place to work. We want the people who work at Hensel Phelps to feel good about their contributions, believe that everyone has a voice and know we all have the opportunity to make a difference.
Hensel Phelps has won several diversity and inclusion awards, providing an important benchmark among like-minded companies.
Awards and Recognition
Hensel Phelps is known throughout the industry for our exceptional training program. We highly encourage the continued education of our employees by providing more than 200 training courses in a variety of subjects, including: Administrative/Compliance, Communication/Leadership, Craft Training, Equipment, Estimating, Safety, Software, Technical-Field, and Technical-Office.
Courses are taught by well-qualified Hensel Phelps employees, as well as external content experts. Courses are available online and in classroom settings, depending on the content.
Hensel Phelps is an equal opportunity employer and contractor. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran status, nor will they be discriminated against on the basis of disability. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
I have been working at Hensel Phelps full-time (More than 5 years)
People I work with are generally all about my same age. There really is no age gap, which makes Hensel Phelps feel more like a family. Benefits are definitely worth sticking around. I've gotten work with highly skilled workers, engineers, and owner's representatives building amazing projects in the hundreds of millions.
In recent years, there has been a big push for quality of life, allowing an awesome life outside of work.
Would recommend to others over all other General Contractors.
You may have to work extra hours if you don't have your work done.
Advice to Management
Keep procuring complex jobs that make money, don't just procure projects to put us on the map unless the fee is good - this keeps Hensel Phelps as one of the most desirable contractors in the United States.
The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Hensel Phelps.
I received a series of phone calls from different people within the company two were from hiring managers and the other was from a project inspector. It took a little over a month.
They sent me an offer letter to my email within 30 mins of my last phone interview.