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Henry Johnstone Presents “The Water-Energy (and Air-Conditioning) Nexus”

GLHN President and Director of Mechanical Engineering, Henry Johnstone, PE, presented "The Water-Energy (and Air-Conditioning) Nexus" at several recent events.  The presentation traces the sources of water and energy to the Tucson/Southern Arizona Region and the relationship between water, electric energy, and air conditioning...issues critical to our life in the desert.  It responds to the current concern over the drought affecting a large portion of the United States and is timely because of recent…

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GLHN Completes Phase 1 of Tucson Convention Center Renovations, Begins Phase 2

GLHN recently completed the Tucson Convention Center Main Arena Upgrades project in collaboration with other local A/E/C consultants.  The $4.5 million project, funded by Rio Nuevo, modernized the facility and transformed the entry breezeway into a focal point and gathering space before entering the main arena for performances.  Upgrades included changes in surface colors, replacement of seats in the main arena, new lighting in the breezeway, remodeling of concession stands, installing new arena house…

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SHEPLEY BULFINCH AND GLHN AWARDED MAJOR BANNER HEALTH PROJECT IN TUCSON

TUCSON, AZ (March 12, 2015)— Banner Health has awarded the contract for the design of the new Banner - University Medical Center hospital in Tucson to Shepley Bulfinch architects of Phoenix, in association with GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. of Tucson. The 11-story tower is scheduled for completion in 2019 (rendered image by Shepley Bulfinch). Tucson-based GLHN has collaborated on significant local projects, including the Streetcar Maintenance and Storage Facility…

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UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SELECTS GLHN TEAM FOR MCCLELLAND HALL PROJECT

TUCSON, AZ (September 12, 2014) — The University of Arizona has selected the team of GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. and Gould Evans to design a $3 million addition to McClelland Hall for the Eller College Professional Development Center.  The selected team also includes Holben Martin & White, structural engineers of the original building, completed in 1993.  GLHN will serve as Architect and Engineer of Record, Gould Evans will be…

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