In the office – In the field – In the classroom – In the community – In the know

  • Filter By:

Henry Johnstone Teaches Trends and Techniques in Energy Modeling

GLHN Director of Mechanical Engineering, Henry Johnstone, PE, facilitated a class on February 8, 2013 at the University of Arizona College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture.  The class was taught as part of the College's 400-level, Environmental Technology Systems course and focused on trends and techniques in energy (and CDF) modeling as it relates to design of the building envelope and environmental control systems.  Points discussed included displacement ventilation,…

read more

Bill Nelson to Serve on Greater Tucson Fire Foundation Board of Trustees

The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation has invited GLHN President William Nelson, PE to serve on its Board of  Trustees. Mr. Nelson is honored to serve on the Board and will assist the Foundation in establishing educational programs for area firefighters. The programs - to be facilitated by the firm's architects and engineers - will focus on the technical aspects of building design as they relate to fire and fire prevention…

read more

Streetcar Maintenance and Storage Facility Highlighted in Downtown Tucsonan Article

The Tucson Streetcar Maintenance and Storage Facility was featured in the latest edition of Downtown Tucsonan and on  GLHN is Architect and Engineer of Record on the project.  GLHN plays a key design role in many of downtown Tucson's redevelopment efforts, like renovations to Pima County Superior Courts and on the new Pima County Joint Courts Complex. Download the article here.

read more

GLHN Now Hosting Toastmasters Club Meetings

GLHN is now holding meetings of the Tucson Dusk and Dawn Toastmasters Club on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 5:45 PM. The firm's business development personnel, architects, and engineers participate with colleagues from other local firms and companies. Contact GLHN through our website if you are interested in joining. A Toastmasters meeting is a learn-by-doing workshop in which participants hone their speaking and leadership skills in…

read more

GLHN Team Returns from Pago Pago

Some guys have all the luck when it comes to project assignments! A GLHN team of architects and engineers recently returned from the South Pacific where they continued the firm's work on renovation of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Tropical Medical Center in Pago Pago, American Samoa. The firm was selected for the project in 2010 and has led design efforts on two related projects so far: renovation/expansion of the Dialysis…

read more

On The Road to Roanoke

GLHN wishes a very happy and prosperous retirement to Nora Mohnsen, Administrative Assistant at the firm for 25 years.  Nora's dedicated work ethic was an asset to the firm and her gentle and caring demeanor inspired us all.  Nora and her husband Gary will embark on a roadtrip across the country to Roanoke, Virginia where they will enjoy retirement near their son Gary, his wife Janice, and three grandchildren.  Happy…

read more

Web Design By Anchor Wave